Panel Discussion – Worms, Glorious Worms – Assessing Disease Risks & Control Recommendations (Part 2)


Panel Discussion
Venue: On-Demand Panel Discussion
Contact Hours: 3 Hours
Course Language: English
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Panel Discussion – Worms, Glorious Worms – Assessing Disease Risks & Control Recommendations (Part 2) (Recorded 27 October 2020)

 

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PANEL DISCUSSION DESCRIPTION

Panelists:Martin Nielsen   DVM, PhD, DACVM, DEVPC – DVM, PhD, DACVM, DEVPC, USA
Nikki Walshe   DVM – University College Dublin, Ireland
Jane Hodgkinson   PhD, BSc (Hon) – University of Liverpool, UK
Moderator:Ben Sykes   BSc, BVMS, MS,DACVIM, DECEIM, MBA, PhD – Massey University, New Zealand

 

Endoparasites are an important cause of disease in the horse. The widespread emergence of resistance has prompted critical reflection on the role of interval treatment with a move towards ‘test and treat’. However, recent evidence questions the accuracy of ‘test and treat’ strategies for disease mitigation in individual patients. This panel will review the role of endoparasites in disease (incl. geographical differences) and consider what factors should be considered in control recommendations for individual animals and herds. The international panelists will be debating the following topics:

  • The risk of parasitic disease (incl. geopgrahical differences)
  • Larval cyathostominosis – is the risk real?
  • Diagnostics – Usefulnes and limitations in assessing and monitoring individuals/herds
  • Are faecal egg counts reliable?
  • Can we assess tapeworm burden?
  • Can we assess encysted cyathostome burden?
  • Treatment, resistances, associated risks & toxicity
  • Is the use of unlicensed mediations justified and/or safe?
  • Is routine autumn treatment justified?

 

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    Ben Sykes
    BSc, BVMS, MS, Dipl.ACVIM, Dipl.ECEIM, MBA, PhD

    Australia

    European & American Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine
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    Ben graduated from Murdoch University in 1997. He completed an Internship at Randwick Equine Centre in 1998 followed by a residency in Equine Internal Medicine in Virginia (USA) gaining his Diplomate Registration in Equine Internal Medicine in 2004. He then spent 7 years in Finland as Head of the Veterinary department of Equine Medicine and Surgery and was also visiting Professor in Equine Medicine and Surgery in Estonia. In 2011, Ben was awarded his European Diplomate award and he has a special interest in equine gastric ulcers, with many peered review publications to his credit. He is an Associate Professor in Equine Internal Medicine at Massey University and Honorary Lecturer at the University of Liverpool in the postgraduate certificate programme.

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    Martin Krarup Nielsen
    DVM, PhD, Dipl.ACVM, Dipl.EVPC

    Denmark, United States

    European Specialist in Veterinary Parasitology, American Sepcialist in Veterinary Microbiology
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    Dr. Nielsen graduated with his DVM degree from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark in 2001. He spent three years in equine veterinary practice before joining graduate school. He received his Ph.D. in equine parasitology at University of Copenhagen in 2007, and served as assistant professor there until 2011.

    He then joined the M.H. Gluck Equine Research Center at University of Kentucky where he now serves as associate professor and holds the title of Schlaikjer Professor in Equine Infectious Disease.

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    Nikki Walshe

    Ireland

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    Nikki Walshe is currently an Assistant Professor in Equine Clinical Studies in UCD. She qualified from UCD school of veterinary medicine in 2011. Then over the next 5 years gained clinical experience and expertise in equine field medicine both in the southern hemisphere and here in Ireland, during which she completed a postgraduate certificate in advanced equine practice (CertAVP). She joined the UCD equine field service in 2016. In this role she provides a clinical service and facilitates the teaching of the equine clinical studies rotation.

    From her experience in the field, Nikki developed a particular interest in the area of equine parasitology, which is the basis of her PhD - the investigation of mechanisms behind parasite associated disease in the horse with a particular emphasis on role of host immunology and the intestinal microbiome- supervised by Grace Mulcahy and Vivienne Duggan. She also recently began a residency training program with the European Veterinary Parasitology College (EVPC) supervised by Grace Mulcahy and Theo de Waal.

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    Jane Hodgkinson
    PhD, BScHon

    United Kingdom

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    Jane Hodgkinson is Professor of Molecular Veterinary Parasitology, University of Liverpool. Her primary research focus is on anthelmintic resistance in parasites of ruminants and horses. Over the last 20 years she has secured multiple grants to investigate key aspects in the biology of the equine parasites, their diagnosis and control and is academic lead for the University of Liverpool equine parasitology diagnostic service, Diagnosteq. She has an extensive teaching portfolio at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and is a keen promoter of knowledge exchange to the equine community; promoting sustainable control practices.

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