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Department of Clinical Sciences


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Team and collaborators

SLU team members Pia Haubro Andersen pia.haubro.andersen@slu.se PhD (vet), Professor at SLU, Professor of Large Animal Surgery As a Professor at SLU, Pia has over 30 years of experience with equine,

Classification of complex movement patterns using computer vision and machine learning

With the help of international, interdisciplinary research collaborations, we are developing smart technology that can be used to facilitate early and correct diagnosis of diseases in large

The Equine Pain Face

We develop and evaluate systematic methods to identify varying degrees of equine pain. One of the most promising indicators of such pain is the equine "Pain Face." Recognition of pain in horses and

HiP projects

HiP projects

Horses in Pain (HiP) Research Projects susanne.pettersson@slu.se Horses in Pain (HiP) Research Projects

KV Horses in Pain (HiP) Research

Recognition of pain in horses and other animals is important from a medical, ethical and welfare point of view. Therefore, we have developed and evaluated systematic methods to identify varying

The Equine Pain Face

We develop and evaluate systematic methods to identify varying degrees of equine pain. One of the most promising indicators of such pain is the equine "Pain Face." Recognition of pain in horses and

Classification of complex movement patterns using computer vision and machine learning

With the help of international, interdisciplinary research collaborations, we are developing smart technology that can be used to facilitate early and correct diagnosis of diseases in large

Orthopedic pain in large animals

With the help of the latest advancements in objective movement analysis systems and new methods in identifying pain behaviours, we wish to better understand the connection between irregular movement

Orthopedic pain in large animals

With the help of the latest advancements in objective movement analysis systems and new methods in identifying pain behaviours, we wish to better understand the connection between irregular movement

Lameness evaluation through optical symmetry system

Lameness in horses is a clinical sign characterized by an aberration from a normal gait pattern due to locomotor dysfunction or structural pathology caused by pain, mechanic dysfunction or both. Our

Orthopedic pain in large animals

With the help of the latest advancements in objective movement analysis systems and new methods in identifying pain behaviours, we wish to better understand the connection between irregular movement

Effect of different head and neck positions on kinematics of elite dressage horses ridden at walk on treadmill

When competing with riding horses, the result is affected by, among other things, how the horse moves in different gaits and how it holds the head and neck. Many riders find it difficult to make the