Bioinformatics Specialist Joins Gluck Equine Research Center Faculty

Dr. Ted Kalbfleisch’s work at the UK Gluck Equine Research Center will focus on a secondary analysis of equid genomes and transcriptomes.
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Ted Kalbfleisch
Dr. Ted Kalbfleisch's work at the UK Gluck Equine Research Center will focus on a secondary analysis of equid genomes and transcriptomes. | Photo: Courtesy University of Kentucky

Earlier this year, Theodore (Ted) Kalbfleisch, PhD, joined the University of Kentucky (UK) Gluck Equine Research Center faculty. His work will focus on a secondary analysis of equid genomes and transcriptomes.

Previously an associate professor at the University of Louisville (UofL) School of Medicine, Kalbfleisch earned his doctorate in physical chemistry from Boston University and his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from UofL. He is originally from Louisville.

“I am very pleased that Dr. Kalbfleisch has joined our department, as he brings an international reputation in equine bioinformatics, a wealth of technical expertise, and a record of significant accomplishments in this area,” said David Horohov, PhD, chair of UK’s Department of Veterinary Science, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and Jes E. and Clementine M. Schlaikjer Endowed Chair and Professor at the Gluck Center. “His presence will allow our faculty and students the opportunity to expand their research through the application of bioinformatic analytics, thereby leading to new approaches to solve problems affecting various aspects of equine health and welfare

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