Timoney Recognized for Equine Streptococcal Disease Research

Dr. John F. Timoney retired from the UK Department of Veterinary Science in 2016 after 34 years.
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John F. Timoney, MVB, DSc, PhD, professor emeritus at the University of Kentucky (UK) Gluck Equine Research Center, was recognized for his life-long contributions to equine streptococcal disease research at a Havemeyer Foundation Workshop, held Sept. 19- 21 in Gallatin Gateway, Montana.

Robert Keene, DVM, of Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health and the workshop host, presented Timoney with a bronze statue.

The UK Gluck Center also sponsored the workshop on “Getting to Grips with Strangles and other Streptococcal Diseases.” More than 40 researchers and scientists representing eight countries attended the workshop.

Timoney retired from the UK Department of Veterinary Science in 2016 after 34 years

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