Last changed: 20 February 2019

We teach a number of different student groups as well as different professional target groups and the general public.

Teaching at SLU

At SLU, our team mainly teaches veterinary students. The students first encounter us to learn about surgical principles and pain evaluation. anatomy of the horse's musculoskeletal system. Later in the veterinary program, we supervise degree projects during the final semester of the veterinary curriculum. Below are samples of master thesis in veterinary science that Pia Haubro Andersen has supervised:

Lundblad, Johan,  2018. Changes in facial expressions during short term emotional stress as described by a Facial Action Coding System in horses.  Uppsala:  Institutionen för kliniska vetenskaper (KV)

Bengtsdotter, Emma Angelina,  2017. Histological Investigation of the testicular nerves at the castration site in geldings.    Uppsala:  Institutionen för kliniska vetenskaper (KV)  

Lindstedt, Ingrid,  2017. Facial expression of pain in horses undergoing flexion test and relation to lameness.  Uppsala: Dept of Clinical Sciences

Ödmark, Petra,  2016. The pharmacodynamics of zuclopenthixol acetate in horses.  Uppsala:  Dept of Clinical Sciences

Coles, Britt Alice,  2016. No pain, more gain? Evaluating pain alleviation post equine orthopedic surgery using subjective and objective measurements.  Uppsala:  Dept of Clinical Sciences


Teaching different professional groups

Outside of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, we have lectured not only for professional equine veterinarians and animal nursing staff, but also for other equine interest groups.


Teaching the general public

Finally, we have also presented research for horse owners inside and outside of the university campus as well as various government institutions such as the Swedish Board of Agriculture. In addition, we have been featured on the Swedish equivalent of BBC, Sveriges Radio, the national Swedish public broadcasting company.