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Trot Radio's Norm Borg has teamed up with Equine Guelph to produce Research Radio, an online pod-cast updating you on the latest equine research.

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The Interviews

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Dr. Susan Raymond

NEW - Dr. Susan Raymond,

Communications and Programs Officer at Equine Guelph details their
Fire Prevention outreach program designed for the racing industry.
(5:02 min)

Dr. John Prescott

NEW - Dr John Prescott,

Professor of Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, explains what is being done to combat Necrotizing Enterocolitis - a disease affecting mostly foals which results in death of tissue in the intestine. (7:35 min)

Dr Steven Roche,

Principal Consultant, ACER Consulting explains Biosecurity-What does it mean?. (9:24 min)

Dr Chantal Pinard

Dr Chantal Pinard,

Associate Professor, Ophthalmology at Ontario Veterinary College discusses eye care in the performance horse. (7:35 min)

Dr. Susan Raymond

Dr. Susan Raymond,

Communications and Programs Officer at Equine Guelph discusses Large Animal Emergency Rescue which is an important issue facing anyone working in agriculture. (5:21 min)

(placeholder) Dr Tanya Rossi 

Dr Tanya Rossi,

Graduate student, Population Medicine at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses Troponin levels in the blood of standardbreds and its relation to cardiac disturbances. (6:12 min)

Dr. Keith Betteridge

Dr. Keith Betteridge,

Professor emeritus, Department of Biomedical Sciences at Ontario Veterinary College, shares his research on early pregnancy loss in mares. (7:32 min)

Dr. Cristin McCarthy

Dr. Cristin McCarthy,

Graduate student, Department of Biomedical Science at Ontario Veterinary College, shares her work on assessing the effect of impact loading on performance horses. (8:29 min)

Kelsey Spence

Kelsey Spence,

Graduate student, Population Medicine at Ontario Veterinary College looks at how infectious disease can spread quickly in a horse show environment. (7:49 min)

Dr. Susan Raymond

Dr. Susan Raymond,

Communications and Programs Officer at Equine Guelph discusses Large Animal Emergency Rescue, a very important issue facing anyone working in agriculture. (5:08 min)

Dr. Susan Raymond

Dr. Susan Raymond,

Communications and Programs Officer at Equine Guelph outlines a special "Spread the Word, Not the Germs" Biosecurity program for the Racing Industry, to be rolled out over the summer. (6:23 min)

Dr. Judith Koenig

Dr. Judith Koenig,

Surgeon, researcher and teacher, OVC Health Science Centre at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses her research into methods of evaluating lameness. (Lameness detection equipment kindly donated by the Equine Foundation of Canada.) (5:32 min)

Dr. Scott Weese

Dr. Scott Weese,

Professor in Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses the latest in Gut Function research. (7:22 min)

Gayle Ecker

Gayle Ecker,

Director, Equine Guelph, discusses the revised Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Equines. (6:28 min)

Dr. Heather Chalmers

Dr. Heather Chalmers,

Assistant Professor, Clinical Studies, Ontario Veterinary College discusses her research into the use of 'tongue ties' as an efficient method of dealing with equine respiratory issues. (10:00 min)

Dr Tracy Chenier

Dr Tracy Chenier,

Assistant Professor, Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College discusses the topic of reproduction and getting your mare and stallion ready for the upcoming breeding season. (11:06 min)

(placeholder) Elmer Buchanan

Elmer Buchanan,

Chairman of the Ontario Racing Commission discuses the importance of research within the context of a sustainable racing industry. (6:40 min)

Dr Luis Arroyo

Dr Luis Arroyo,

Assistant Professor, Clinical Studies, Ontario Veterinary College discusses his research into the problem of hardening of the pulmonary artery in race horses. (10:28 min)

Dr John Runciman

Dr John Runciman,

Department of Engineering at the University of Guelph, is applying his engineering background to equine research which is leading to some fascinating findings. (10:13 min)

Dr. Mark Hurtig

Dr. Mark Hurtig,

Professor in Clinical Studies at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses his research using Electroarthrography--a non-invasive diagnostic tool for joints. (8:35 min)

Dr. Scott Weese

Dr. Scott Weese,

Professor in Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses his research into infection control and bacterial infections in animals and humans. (8:06 min)

Dr. Brianne Henderson

Dr. Brianne Henderson,

sports medicine veterinarian, Assistant Veterinarian to Team Canada Endurance and Equine Guelph Online Instructor, discusses the results of research into heat stress and acclimatization on the athlete horse. (11:08 min)

Dr. Peter Physick-Sheard

Dr. Peter Physick-Sheard,

Associate Professor in Population Medicine at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses his research into rhythm disturbances in performance horses. (9:49 min)

(we apologize for the audio difficulties)

Dr. Dorothee Bienzle

Dr. Dorothee Bienzle,

Professor of Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses her work in trying to better manage the problem of Heaves, particularly in the equine athlete. Dr. Bienzle also discusses her research on EPO drug use. (10:31 min)

Dr. John Prescott

Dr. John Prescott,

Professor of Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses what is being done to fight the dangerous Rhodococcus equine bacteria, and how are they progressing. (10:17 min)

Dr. Thomas Koch

Dr. Thomas Koch,

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses his work on stem cell therapy. (11:07 min)

Dr. Jeff Thomason

Dr. Jeff Thomason,

Senior anatomy Professor and research coordinator at Equine Guelph, discusses the relationship between track surface and injury in the performance horse. (10:00 min)