Elizabeth Davis, DVM, PhD,
Associate Professor and Section Head, Equine Medicine & Surgery
DVM: University of Florida
Internship: Kansas State University
Residency: Kansas State University
PhD: Kansas State University
- Practical use and interpretation of veterinary literature (1st year)
- Learning curve of equine practice (1-2 year)
- Veterinary Physiology II (1st year)
- Medicine III (3rd year)
- Veterinary Pharmacology (2nd year)
- Clinical Skills (3rd year)
- Equine Medicine & Field Service (4th year)
- Research Methods (Graduate)
Immunology as it relates to effective vaccine strategies in horses and
influences on the immune system.
- Clinical pharmacology involving commonly used drugs in equine case management.
- Co-Director NIH-Merial Veterinary Research Scholars Program
Davis is an internist with clinical interests involving immunologic,
neurologic, respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases affecting horses.