Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM-LAIM, is an equine internal medicine specialist and faculty member at the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. She trained previously in New Jersey, Minnesota, and California and subsequently spent six years in private practice, including owning an equine specialty practice in New York State. Her interests include equine infectious disease and respiratory disease.

Articles by: Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Optimizing Piroplasmosis Treatment Protocols (AAEP 2012)

Equine Anaplasmosis

Anaplasmosis is a tick-borne disease caused by a bacterium that infects white blood cells.

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It’s Time to Talk About Race in the Equine Veterinary Profession

The numbers show the equine veterinary profession lacks diversity. Here, equine internal medicine specialist, University of Calgary veterinary school senior instructor of equine clinical medicine, and The Horse contributor Jean-Yin Tan, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, shares her experience as a minority in the industry.

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Is It Lyme Disease?

A veterinarian shares the latest research findings regarding Lyme disease in horses and her practical experience as a veterinary internal medicine specialist in the heart of Lyme country.

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Spring Vaccinations: Points to Consider Before You Buy

With a selection of horse vaccines readily available on local feed store shelves, purchasing a handful for use in your barn might be something you’re considering. But are there equine health risks lurking behind a choice to forgo your veterinarian’s

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Feeding Horses After Colic Surgery

Nutrition is one of the most important aspects of managing a horse following colic surgery. Horse owners should follow basic feeding principles and tailor some elements toward the horse’s specific condition to create an optimal recovery environment.

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