Equine Research Funded at UC Davis

The University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine recently published a list of funded grants for 2021-2022.

The University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine recently published a list of funded grants for 2021-2022. iStock

The University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine recently published a list of funded grants for 2021-2022. 

Grants Recently Awarded Through Support From CEH Donors:

  • Investigating the Timing, Magnitude, and Duration of Muscle Activation in the Equine Forelimb During Jumping
  • Elucidating host-pathogen interaction in the equine placenta during nocardioform placentitis
  • Elucidation of Effective Antibiotic Treatments for Equine Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis Infections Using Longitudinal Comparative Population Genomics
  • Bolstering tenogenesis with Vitamin C supplementation
  • Leading Limb and Hoof Contact Effects on Hindlimb Kinematics and Hoof Translation in Show Jumping Horses
  • Investigation of the diagnostic accuracy of the serum to CSF antibody titer ratio against Sarcocystis neurona, to support a laboratory diagnosis of equine protozoal myeloencephalitis
  • PET imaging of the racehorse fetlock after surgical repair of fracture
  • Does Inhibition of Centrally-Acting Catecholamines Cause Fentanyl to Decrease Isoflurane MAC in Horses?
  • Investigation of role of equids in the COVID-19 pandemic through serological and molecular testing
  • Regulation of gene expression in the equine placenta; what makes the placenta function?
  • Gene expression of equine cumulus cells during oocyte maturation: in vitro and in vivo conditions
  • A pilot study of intratumoral injections of interleukin-2 (IL-2) for equine melanomas
  • Histologic examination and isolation of keratinolytic microorganisms involved in equine white line disease
  • Investigation of newly discovered viruses in the nasal secretions of healthy and sick horses
  • Genetic Investigation of Coat Color and Ocular Phenotypes for the Pioneer Horse Health Project
  • Can cumulus cells during in vitro maturation predict successful fertilization and embryo development in horses?
  • Are equine oral squamous cell carcinoma lesions associated with equine papillomavirus?

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