Pathology has been defined as the science of the causes and effects of diseases. In this month's episode Dr. Jennifer Janes of the University of Kentucky describes her work as an equine pathologist—essentially a CSI for horse diseases, conditions, and poisonings.
This podcast is the ninth episode in our “Equine Innovators” podcast series, brought to you by Zoetis.
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About the Researcher: Jennifer Janes, DVM, PhD, graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Music degree focused on piano before heading to the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, she completed a one-year rotating internship at Wisconsin Equine Clinic and Hospital. Developing interests in equine musculoskeletal disease lead her to the University of Kentucky, where she completed a dual anatomic pathology residency and PhD program in the Department of Veterinary Science, finishing in 2014. Since 2015 Jennifer has been on faculty there at the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UKVDL) and is currently associate professor of veterinary anatomic pathology in the Department of Veterinary Science.