UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Shavahn Loux

Shavahn Loux has been involved in a wide range of equine reproduction projects, particularly focusing on monitoring gestational health using bioinformatic tools.

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Shavahn Loux, PhD, is focusing her research on equine reproduction-related topics. | Photo: University of Kentucky

Name: Shavahn Loux
From: Davis, California
Degrees and institutions where received:

  • B.S. animal science, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
  • PhD, biomedical sciences, Texas A&M University.

Shavahn Loux, PhD, chose to come to the University of Kentucky (UK) for her post-doctoral studies because of her passion for horses. She said it was the ideal place to continue her academic journey.

“UK has arguably the best equine research program in the country with world-renowned researchers collaborating to improve equine welfare,” she said

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