Ontario will be a leader in equine research that helps foster a resilient equine industry.

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Ontario will be a leader in equine research that helps foster a resilient equine industry.

Researcher Directory

Ontario will be a leader in equine research that helps foster a resilient equine industry.

OAHN equine network

What is 

Are you an equine veterinarian or owner dealing with an overweight pony with laminitis or a mare who cannot carry a foal to term? How about a senior horse affected by equine asthma or a performance horse sidelined with a suspensory ligament tear? Did you ever wonder if someone somewhere was looking for a new or better treatment to help?

Are you a researcher who has a great idea for a project but wants to collaborate with others in your field? Are you looking for researchers with very specific skills?  Or are you looking for a specific breed in a particular geographic area and need help connecting with people in the industry? 

ResearchONequine is here to help! It was developed by the Ontario Animal Health Network equine network to help increase research awareness and to connect researchers from academia, industry and government with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of all equines. From a list of researchers and recent publications to advertisements for employment opportunities and available funding, we hope to provide a central hub to support and grow equine research and, ultimately, our equine industry.  Come and explore what we have to offer in Ontario – we know you’re chomping at the bit!

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Featured Researchers

Dr. Luis Arroyo

Dr. Arroyo is an associate professor in the Department of Clinical Studies at the Ontario Veterinary College. He recently chaired the first Havemeyer workshop on adult colitis, held July 14-19, 2019 in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Dr. Arroyo's equine research interests are focused on causes of equine diarrhea and colitis, arterial calcification and the biomechanical properties of the pulmonary artery. Please visit his website for more information.

Dr. Dorothee Bienzle

Dr. Bienzle is a professor in the Department of Pathobiology at the Ontario Veterinary College and is the president of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists for 2019. Dr. Bienzle's equine research is focused on hematology and equine asthma. Please visit her website for more information.

Areas of Equine Research

Ontario’s equine researchers investigate a wide range of issues involving horses and the horse industry. Click on a link below to see who’s working in that area.

Latest Equine Updates

Get up-to-date equine research news from Ontario and around the globe.

Equine Researchers Directory

Want to know who's researching what in the Ontario equine industry? Click here to find out.

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