Harry M. Zweig Memorial Fund for Equine Research News Capsule

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Zweig cover 70December 2020 Issue #70: Machine learning could be inside track to preventing racing breakdowns

When Dr. Parminder Basran, associate research professor of oncology, arrived at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), he brought a totally new type of expertise to the college. As a radiation physicist, Basran uses artificial intelligence to analyze radiology images — a field known as radiomics. Read more.

Zweig cover 69June 2020 Issue #69: Cornell radiologist creates new brain atlas for horses

Dr. Philippa Johnson knows her way around brains. A clinical radiologist and diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, she specializes in advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. Read more.

Zweig cover 63December 2019 Issue #68: Zweig Fund celebrates 40th Anniversary

The Harry M. Zweig Memorial Fund for Equine Research celebrated its 40th anniversary Nov. 13 at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine with poster presentations, research talks, and toasts and celebrations among researchers, students and committee members. Read more.

Zweig COVER 62August 2019 Issue #67: Zweig Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Heidi Reesink

Heidi Reesink has been named the Harry M. Zweig Assistant Professor in Equine Health in honor of her ambitious research program to detect horses at risk for catastrophic injuries and to develop new treatments for arthritis. Read more.

Zweig Cover 66December 2018 Issue #66: New Heights of Inquiry: Untangling Roaring's Genomic Origins

Thanks in part to Zweig funding, Cornell veterinarian and scientist Dr. Dorothy Ainsworth, professor of large animal medicine, and a team of collaborators have begun to unveil the genomic underpinnings of recurrent laryngeal neuropathy (RLN), or roaring. Read more.