Dr. Scott Stanley of the University of Kentucky describes the challenges conventional drug testing presents and a potential biomarker-based solution.
Learn more about the equine biological passport in this video.
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About the Researcher:
Scott Stanley, PhD, is a research scientist with more than 30 years of regulatory drug testing experience. He currently runs a research lab at the University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Center, in Lexington, and a service lab, The Equine Analytical Chemistry Lab, also located in Lexington. One of his research focuses is the Equine Biological Passport, which aims to identify specific biomarkers that will detect drug use by monitoring these biomarkers overtime.