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Emil Olsen

Emil Olsen
Neurologist and Equine Internist at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Uppsala (Universitetsdjursjukhuset)

Presentation

Clinical Degrees:
American Specialist (Diplomate) in Large Animal Internal Medicine
European Specialist (Diplomate) in Equine Internal Medicine
Residency trained (ACVIM) in Neurology

Research Degree:
Ph.D.: Objective and Subjective Assessment of Equine Ataxia

 

A passion for evidence-based large animal internal medicine combined with experience in first-opinion and referral practice led to a Ph.D. funded by the University of Copenhagen, located in the acclaimed Royal Veterinary College’s Structure & Motion Lab followed by the clinical training of my dreams in 2013 as a large animal internal medicine Resident at Cornell University Hospital for Animals and from 2014 a dual residency in large animal internal medicine and medical (95% small animal) neurology.

Undervisning

Equine Internal Medicine
Small Animal Clinical Neurology
CE courses in Equine and Small Animal Neurology

Forskning

Activity Monitoring in Dogs and Horses
Gait Analysis as a tool to assess changes in coordination in dogs and horses
Scale development
Agreement analysis for subjective diagnostic tests
Biomarkers for pain and inflammation

Handledning

Examensarbeter

Methandledara på Ph.D. om aktivitetsmonitorering hos hundar

Publikationer i urval

Rønnow Kjærulff LN, Dorch Lauritsen NJ, Thorn Ekstrøm C, Østergaard S, Olsen E, Hyldahl-Laursen S, Lindegaard C. Caudal epidural co-administration of methadone and morphine in horses: An evaluation of analgesic properties and effects on locomotor function, mentation and physical examination parameters. Eq Vet Ed, 2020. Epub ahead of print

Cercone M, Olsen E, Perkins JD, Cheetham J, Mitchell LM, Ducharme NG. Investigation into pathophysiology of naturally occurring intermittent dorsal displacement of the soft palate (DDSP) in racehorses: Thyro-hyoid muscles fatigue during exercise.

Morales, A, Zhu S, Olsen E, Bischoff K, Palmer S, DeNotta SA, Divers TJ, Bischoff K, Mohammed HO. Analysis of neurofilament concentration in healthy adult horses and utility in the diagnosis of equine protozoal myeloencephalitis and equine motor neuron disease. Research in Veterinary Science, 2019. Volume 125, pp 1-6. Link: Pubmed

Cercone M, Hokanson C, Olsen E, Ducharme N, Mitchell L, Piercy R, Cheetham J. Asymmetric recurrent laryngeal nerve conduction velocities and dorsal cricoarytenoid muscle electromyographic characteristics in clinically normal horses. Nature Scientific Reports. 2019. Volume 9, Article number: 2713 (2019). Link: Scientific Reports or Link: Pubmed

Wong DM, Ruby R.E., Dembek K.A, Barr B.S, Reuss S.M, Magdesian K.G., Olsen E, Burns T, Slovis N.M, and Wilkins P.A.

Olsen E, Fouche N, Jordan H, Gerber V, Pfau T, Piercy R. Kinematic discrimination of ataxia in horses is facilitated by blindfolding? Equine Veterinary Journal. 2018. Mar;50(2):166-171. doi: 10.1111/evj.12737. Link: Pubmed

Olsen E, Suiter EJ, T Pfau, McGonnel, IM, Matiasek K, Giejda A, Volk HA. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with Chiari-like malformation and Syringomyelia have increased variability of spatio-temporal gait characteristics. BMC Vet Research. 2017 13(1):159. doi: 10.1186/s12917-017-1077-5. Link: Pubmed

Intan-Shema AR, Divers TJ, Morrow JK, Graves A, Olsen E, Johnson AL, Mohammed HO. Phosphorylated Neurofilament H (pNF-H) as a potential diagnostic marker for neurological disorders in horses. Research in Veterinary Science, 2017, 114:401-405. Doi: 10.1016/j.rvsc.2017.07.020. Link: Pubmed

Olsen E, Pedersen TLS, Robinson R, Andersen P.H: Accuracy and precision of oscillometric blood pressure measurements in the normo, hyper- and hypotensive standing horse. JVECCS. 2016, 26(1) 2016, pp 85–92 - doi: 10.1111/vec.12411. Link: Pubmed

Pfau T, Jennings C, Mitchell H, Olsen E, Walker A, Egenvall A, Troster S, Weller R, Rhodin, M. Lungeing on hard and soft surfaces: movement symmetry of trotting horses considered sound by their owners. Equine Vet J. 2016 Jan;48(1):83-9. doi: 10.1111/evj.12374.. Link: Pubmed

Brighton C, Olsen E, Pfau T. Is a standalone inertial measurement unit accurate and precise enough for quantification of movement symmetry in the horse? Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering. 2015 (18) 5; 527-532: Link: Pubmed

Edginton H, Scott D W. Olsen E, Ichthyosis in a Nigerian Dwarf Goat. Jap J Vet Derm, 2014; 20, (3) 147-151 Olsen E, Dunkel B, Barker WH, et al. Rater Agreement on Gait Assessment during Neurologic Examination of Horses. J Vet Intern Med 2014; 28:630-638. Link: Pubmed

Boye J.K, Thomsen M.H.T, Pfau T, Olsen E: Accuracy and precision of gait events derived from motion capture in horses during walk and trot. J Biomech 2014; 47:1220-1224. Link: Pubmed

Olsen E, Pfau T, Ritz C: Functional limits of agreement as a novel method comparison tool for accuracy and precision of IMU derived displacement in the distal limb of the horse. J Biomech. 2013; 46(13): 2320-2325. Link: Pubmed

Olsen E, Andersen PH, Pfau T: Accuracy and precision of equine gait event detection during walk with limb and trunk mounted inertial sensors. Sensors 2012, 12(6), 8145-8156. Link: Pubmed

Olsen E, De Linde Henriksen M. Andersen PH. Eosinophilic Keratitis – a case report (the first in scandinavia) [Danish]. Danish Veterinary Journal, 92 (2), 26-29. 2009. Link: Cab direct;

Jacobsen S, Niewold TA, Halling-Thomsen M, Nanni S, Olsen E, Lindegaard C, Andersen PH. Serum amyloid A isoforms in serum and synovial fluid in horses with lipopolysaccharide-induced arthritis. Vet Immunol Immunopathol. 2006 Apr 15;110(3-4):325-30. Link: Pubmed

Länkar

ResearchGate:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emil_Olsen

Google Scholar:
https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=ydBq0H4AAAAJ&hl=en


Kontaktinformation

Klinikveterinär vid Universitetsdjursjukhuset; Smådjurskliniken
Telefon: +4618672680
Postadress:
Smådjurskliniken, Box 7040
750 07 Uppsala
Besöksadress: Ultuna Allén 5A, Uppsala