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ERL Resident Ryan Ferris with a miniature foal
The CSU Equine Reproduction Laboratory offers a 2-year DVM residency program in Equine Theriogenology. The goal of the program is to provide the candidate with an opportunity to develop significant clinical expertise in all areas of equine reproduction in preparation for a future career in academic or specialty private practice. The program generally includes two residents with a new resident starting each July.
Equine Theriogenology Residency Program

 

 Residency Program Information

 
 

 Residency Contact

 
​Residency Coordinator
Colorado State University
Campus Delivery 1693
Fort Collins, CO  80523-1693
Email: Residency Coordinator

The Equine Reproduction Residency program is based on the Foothills Campus of Colorado State University. The two-year program includes the following:

  • Clinical reproduction in mares and stallions

  • Foaling out client mares

  • Assisted reproduction (primary emphasis on embryo transfer; a more limited exposure to oocyte transfer and intracytoplasmic sperm injection)

  • Active participation in undergraduate, graduate, and professional veterinary medicine teaching

  • Continuing education for horse owners and veterinarians, including reproductive ultrasonography, embryo

  • Active participation in at least one research project