University of Saskatchewan

Western College of Veterinary Medicine

Research

Equine Health Research Fund (EHRF)

Since 1977, the Equine Health Research Fund (EHRF) has had a tremendous influence on the quality of horse health care that's available in Western Canada and around the world. The research fund has also played a major role in making the Western College of Veterinary Medicine a national centre for horse health research and specialized training.

With grassroots support from Western Canada's horse industry, the Fund annually invests more than $100,000 in equine health research projects, a research fellowship program for graduate students, and a summer research program for undergraduate veterinary students.

The Equine Health Research Fund site includes more information about the EHRF's activities, research projects and horse health training programs. The web site also includes links to current and archived copies of Horse Health Lines — the EHRF news publication.

Each issue of Horse Health Lines includes updates about EHRF-supported research projects, profiles of WCVM researchers and EHRF donors, and horse health management information.

EHRF Applications: Research Grants and Research Fellowships

If you are a WCVM faculty member who would like to apply for research funding from the EHRF, please submit the EHRF research grant application to Elise Painchaud-Rattai (WCVM Research Office, Room 4104.2) before October 21, 2012.

If you are a WCVM faculty member who would like to nominate or renew a WCVM graduate student/resident for an EHRF Research Fellowship, please submit a fellowship application or renewal form to Elise Painchaud-Rattai (WCVM Research Office, Room 4104.2).

For more information about the Equine Health Research Fund, please contact:

Dr. Baljit Singh, Associate Dean, Research
Tel: 306-966-7068 • Fax: 306-966-8747

For more information about supporting WCVM's research funds, please contact:

Jennifer Molloy, Director, Development
Tel: 306-966-7450 • Fax: 306-966-8747

Dr. Dane Tatarniuk, EHRF summer student