University of Kentucky Diagnostic Research Lecture Series


Antiviral Therapy of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy

Recent EHV-1 outbreaks have been alarming in their high neurological attack rate in both vaccinated and unvaccinated horses. Therapeutic intervention with antiviral nucleoside analogs may limit the spread of the virus during an active EHV-1 outbreak while protecting infected horses from the crippling effects of severe neurological disease.

Read More

Equine Tapeworms: Do They Cause Disease?

Dr. Martin Nielsen of the Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen reviews the controversial topic of whether or not tapeworms can be considered serious pathogens of the horse. His conclusions may impact your anthelmintic selection choices.

Read More
stem cells for cloning horses

Stem Cell Therapies in Orthopedic Disease

Dr. David Frisbie’s current joint disease research is in two basic fields: 1) the evaluation of intra-articular therapeutics and their effects on joint disease; 2) new methods of cartilage repair.

Read More

More From The Horse

Foal sleeping in pasture
horse nose
Horse with flies around the eye in summer
White horse nose detail

Stay on top of the most recent Horse Health news with

FREE weekly newsletters from

Weekly Poll

sponsored by:

What do you think: Can pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) be managed by medication alone?
156 votes · 156 answers

Readers’ Most Popular

Create a free account with!