Researchers will quantify how horses adapt muscle function and limb and upper body movements to cope with lameness, providing a greater understanding of clinical signs that can guide assessment and earlier intervention.
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Researchers will determine if stem cells from horse bone marrow can reduce bacterial biofilm formation and associated inflammation that cause treatment failure and tissue damage in horses with orthopedic infections.
Researchers will evaluate the long-term effects of an early exercise intervention on bone development in foals.
Researchers will search for genetic variations responsible for the development of a forelimb deformity in Newfoundland dogs.
Researchers will evaluate the feasibility of custom, 3D-printed orthopedic implants in dogs with shinbone fractures
Researchers will evaluate a noninvasive and affordable therapy for lower back pain called extracorporeal shockwave therapy.
Researchers will explore the potential of gene therapy (reprogramming of cells already present in the body through the transfer of genes) as a new strategy to treat osteoarthritis in dogs.