This triennial event, which has been running for 35 years, is hosted alternately by BEVA and the AAEP.
Dr. Amanda House, of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has joined the board of directors of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).
Dr. Sarah Reuss, a professional services veterinarian with Boehringer Ingelheim, has joined the board of directors of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).
Dr. David Frisbie was installed as the 2020 President of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP).
Dr. David Wilson was honored for his lifelong achievements and contributions to the profession and the equine industry.
Dr. Terry Swanson of Colorado was honored with this award in honor of his lasting impact on the profession.
Dr. Sherry Johnson received the EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow for her research into tendon injury rehabilitation.
The AAEP's The Foundation for the Horse honored three, third-year veterinary students awards ranging from $75,000 to $150,000.
Dr. Lynn Pezzanite was named the 2019 winner of the AAEP Past Presidents' Research Fellow.
This mixed animal veterinary meeting is held in Florida in January 2020.
Zimeta was approved for the control of fever in horses.
This draft is intended to provide additional information and clarity to veterinarians and pharmacists about FDA's current thinking with respect to animal drug compounding from bulk drug substances.
Dr. Rebecca McConnico joined other experts to help develop and improve protocol for equine disaster medicine for the AAEP.
A new toolkit has been created to help support colleges of veterinary medicine in the aftermath of a student’s death by suicide.
This year's educational event at CSU focuses on the equine nervous system.
Penn Vet announced that Katrin Hinrichs, DVM PhD, DACT, is the new chair of the Penn Vet Department of Clinical Studies.
Long Island University is set to offer one of only four veterinary education programs in Northeast.
The Merck Animal Health scholarship recognizes promising veterinary students committed to a career in equine medicine.
The AAEP Foundation has approved $731,000 in grants for 28 programs and projects committed to the Foundation’s mission of improving the welfare of horses.
The Zoetis/AAEP Foundation scholarship program rewards fourth-year veterinary students for their academic excellence, leadership and their long-term goals in equine practice.