Researchers will develop a novel model to study limb wound-healing and skinhealing complications in horses.
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Researchers will evaluate genes associated with squamous cell carcinoma – a common cancer in horses affecting the eye area – to gauge their value as new therapeutic targets and their use in early cancer detection.
Researchers will fill in missing information in the horse genome associated with tendon health and aging.
Researchers will investigate a promising new treatment target for equine asthma.
Researchers will determine how long infected horses shed Salmonella in their feces and use this new information to improve infection prevention and control.
As part of a larger research project (D17EQ-019), the research fellow will analyze metabolic products to help prioritize genetic regions of interest in the ongoing search for markers associated with an increased risk of equine metabolic syndrome in horses.
Researchers will identify horse breeds most susceptible to Salmonella and determine which antibiotics would provide the greatest benefit to stricken animals.