Morris Animal Foundation is now accepting proposals for pilot studies focused on equine behavior and relating to health and welfare.
Morris Animal Foundation is now accepting proposals for research studies on equine colic, with a specific focus on the intestinal tract.
To better assess lameness in horses, researchers funded by the Morris Animal Foundation are using technology to define normal muscle activity
This research could help improve veterinarians' understanding, diagnosis and management of asthma, especially in obese equine patients.
Morris Animal Foundation has granted monies to support 14 projects addressing equine health issues.
Researchers can apply for an equine behavior grant at Morris Animal Foundation.
Grant applications are due by Wednesday, July 8, 2020, and will be funded in the 2021 fiscal year.
Morris Animal Foundation has received a $2.3-million legacy gift from the estate of Karl D. Smith.