What is Leptospirosis in Horses?

Dr. Craig Carter’s spent his career studying leptospirosis. Here, he describes the bacterial condition.
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Dr. Craig Carter’s spent his career studying leptospirosis. Here, he describes the bacterial condition.

Dr. Craig Carter’s spent his career studying leptospirosis. Here, he describes the bacterial condition.10/5/2016 19:30

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Craig Carter, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVPM, is the director of the University of Kentucky’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UK VDL), in Lexington, as well as a professor of epidemiology. Carter and UK VDL conducted the initial National Equine Leptospirosis Seroepidemiology Study from 2010-2012. His current research interests are infectious disease epidemiology, diagnostic veterinary medicine, and continuous health monitoring systems. He also enjoys working with his graduate students and on international capacity building activities.

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