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Equine studies

Equine studies is the subject where the horse and the interplay between human and horse is in focus. It is a interdisciplinary mix between animal science and veterinary medicine. It includes knowledge about the biology of horses, and about hw to use horses as working horse, for sports and for leisure.

There are 13 pages tagged with Equine studies:

Lethal disorder linked to mobility in horses

In horse breeding, selection for mobility may have increased the proportion of carriers for the lethal disease Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome (WFFS). Foals carrying two copies of the WFFS gene

Jane Morrell

jane.morrell@slu.se I am a veterinary surgeon from the United Kingdom, currently employed as the Faculty professor in veterinary reproductive biotechnologies at SLU in Ultuna. I am particularly

Equine Cultures in Transition 2021 - Past, Present and Future Challenges

Equine Cultures in Transition 2021 - Past, Present and Future Challenges Equine Cultures in Transition Conference - Past, Present and Future Challenges equine studies, equine conference, equine

Maria Vilain Rørvang

mariav.rorvang@slu.se Researcher at the Department of Biosystems and Technology, animal group. I have a Masters degree in Agrobiology and a PhD in Animal Science and work mainly on research

Heiðrún Sigurðardóttir

Externally employed PhD student at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics The topic of my PhD project is to explore the genetic regulation of ability and quality of gaits in Icelandic horses

Marie Eisersiö

I am a PhD student at SLU since November 2017. My PhD project is about investigating how rein tension signals effect equine behaviour during riding and training. We are examining how the horse

Annie Larsson

Industrial PhD-student employed by Lantmännen I am working with the project "Grass lignin fingerprinting for improved forages in dairy cow feeding". Before this project i worked as a teacher and

Elin Hernlund

I work as a researcher in biomechanics, as a clinician with a focus on equine orthopedics and as a teacher in functional and applied anatomy of the equine locomotor apparatus. As a post-doc

Susanne Lundesjö Kvart

Licentiate of Philosophy in Education, working as a lecturer at Department of Equine Studies Teacher in Equine science programme in pedagogics and didactics. PhD student at Uppsala University in

Sara Ringmark

Teacher within animal physiology and researcher within nutrition and exercise physiology in horses and dogs. My main research interests are nutrition and exercise physiology in animals kept for