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Understanding your options in managing equine degenerative joint disease (DJD) — Sponsored by American Regent Animal Health

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Understanding your options in managing equine degenerative joint disease (DJD) — Sponsored by American Regent Animal Health

 

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Marian R. Graves

Marian R. Graves, DVM, earned her veterinary degree from the University of Tennessee in 2000. She completed an internship in equine medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University. Following her internship, Graves engaged in 100% equine practice focused on Western performance and English sport horse. In 2007, Graves transitioned to corporate technical services, where, over the next decade, she participated in several novel equine pharmaceutical and biological product launches. In 2015, she joined American Regent, supporting Adequan, the only FDA-approved PSGAG, and BetaVet, an intra-articular corticosteroid. Her clinical interests include lameness and geriatrics. She will also complete a Juris Doctor in May. Graves has served as program speaker at national and regional veterinary conferences including American Association of Equine Practitioners, Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, The Hambletonian, and Western Veterinary Conference. She has provided an estimated 400 educational seminars and webcasts on equine medical topics.

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Marian R. Graves, DVM, earned her veterinary degree from the University of Tennessee in 2000. She completed an internship in equine medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University. Following her internship, Graves engaged in 100% equine practice focused on Western performance and English sport horse. In 2007, Graves transitioned to corporate technical services, where, over the next decade, she participated in several novel equine pharmaceutical and biological product launches. In 2015, she joined American Regent, supporting Adequan, the only FDA-approved PSGAG, and BetaVet, an intra-articular corticosteroid. Her clinical interests include lameness and geriatrics. She will also complete a Juris Doctor in May. Graves has served as program speaker at national and regional veterinary conferences including American Association of Equine Practitioners, Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, The Hambletonian, and Western Veterinary Conference. She has provided an estimated 400 educational seminars and webcasts on equine medical topics.

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