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1. Identifying Bacteria Associated with Laminitis and Colic

(Web Page; Thu Feb 16 11:35:00 CST 2012)

D12EQ-814Dr. Amy S. Biddle, University of Massachusetts, Pilot Study Co-sponsor: Central Colorado Quarter Horse Association, Inc.

2. Developing a Novel Model to Help Researchers Study Laminitis

(Web Page; Fri Oct 03 12:16:00 CDT 2014)

D12MS-900Dr. Lori D. Gutzmann, University of Missouri, Pfizer Animal Health–Morris Animal Foundation Fellowship

Description: Equine laminitis (commonly known as founder) is challenging to study because it results from diverse causes, including obesity, exposure to toxins, dietary insufficiencies, endocrine disease and physical injury. In addition, access to tissues for study is severely limited because the affected tissue is encased in the hard capsule of the horse’s hoof. Researchers will work to develop a noninvasive tissue culture model of laminitis that will provide a better understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of laminitis and wound healing of affected hooves. This more cost-effective model may also accelerate the rate of research and help identify potential new treatments that improve quality of life and ease suffering in horses.

3. Genetic loci underlying metabolic differences, metabolic syndrome and laminitis risk across breeds

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 10:41:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Molly E. McCue, University of Minnesota Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-033

Description: This study will investigate the genetic risk factors that underlie susceptibility for equine metabolic syndrome and laminitis in horses.

4. Understanding Mechanisms That Lead to Laminitis

(Web Page; Wed May 14 14:45:00 CDT 2014)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Samuel J. Black, University of Massachusetts Sponsors: The American Farriers Association Study ID: D13EQ-004

5. Evaluating Grazing Strategies to Minimize Pasture-associated Laminitis

(Web Page; Mon May 09 11:27:00 CDT 2011)

D10EQ-063Dr. Paul Siciliano, North Carolina State University

6. Studying How Energy Metabolism Contributes to Laminitis

(Web Page; Thu Sep 04 08:53:00 CDT 2014)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Andrew W. van Eps, University of Queensland, Australia Sponsors: AAEP Foundation Study ID: D13EQ-802

7. Searching for Genetic Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Thu Mar 16 09:58:00 CDT 2017)

Principal Investigator: Molly E. McCue, DVM, PhD, University of Minnesota Sponsors: Study ID: D17EQ-019

Description: Researchers will search for genetic markers associated with an increased risk for equine metabolic syndrome, a disorder in horses characterized by insulin resistance, obesity and susceptibility to laminitis.

8. Targeting Relevant Genes Involved in Cushing’s Syndrome

(Web Page; Wed Aug 14 15:07:00 CDT 2013)

D12EQ-027Dr. James K. Belknap, The Ohio State University Co-sponsors: The Johnson-Stillman Family Foundation, American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation

9. Understanding Why Some Horses Seem Predisposed to Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Thu Jul 05 09:21:00 CDT 2012)

D12EQ-028Dr. Raymond J. Geor, Michigan State University Co-sponsor: Smoke Rise Foundation

10. Evaluating a Test for Assessing Insulin Response and Sensitivity in Horses

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 10:59:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Jill McCutcheon, Michigan State University, Pilot Study Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-801

Description: This study will investigate an oral sugar test’s ability to assess insulin response and insulin sensitivity in horses.

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