The UC Davis PET scanner is now transported regularly to use at Golden Gate Fields racetrack to help improve racehorse health and welfare.
Multiple research projects with the MILE-PET scanner at Santa Anita have proven the worth of the imaging device.
The UC Davis veterinary hospital’s Equine Reproduction Service has a newly renovated clinical teaching and research space.
Testing for equine familial isolated hypoparathyroidism (EFIH) in Thoroughbreds is now available
The vet school’s portion of the $2 billion goal includes a decade-long campaign to raise more than $500 million to create a new veterinary hospital that sets the gold standard of care while defining advanced clinical research and education.
This data supports the role of microdamage and tissue remodeling in the formation of lesions in PSBs.
More than 100 scans have been performed with the “MILEPET” scanner specifically designed to acquire images on horses without the need to lay them down.
UC Davis reported that Warmblood fragile foal syndrome (WFFS) is not associated with catastrophic breakdown In Thoroughbreds.
UC Davis Center for Equine Health Emeritus Director Dr. Gregory Ferraro has been appointed to the California Horse Racing Board.
The UC Davis Heumphreus Lecture offers attendees an up-close look at shoeing applications.