RACE Approval: 4.5 CE Hours (Program 1478-44714)
$ 135 registration for the entire course
The goal of the course is to provide up-to-date, clinically relevant information on equine embryo transfer. Lectures will include donor mare management, embryo collection procedures, embryo evaluation, recipient mare management, the art of transferring embryos, cooled transport of embryos, problems encountered in equine embryo transfer, and embryo vitrification (cryopreservation).
Colorado State University has a long history of research, clinical service and continuing education in the field of equine reproduction and more specifically in the area of embryo transfer.
There is no prerequisite for this course.
- Management of Embryo Donors
- Embryo Collection Procedures
- Evaluation of Equine Embryos
- Recipient Mare Management
- Transfer of Equine Embryos
- Cooled-Transported Embryos
- Problems Encountered in Equine Embryo Transfer
- Embryo Vitrification
Dr. McCue teaches the core course in Theriogenology (the study of animal reproduction) to veterinary students as well as advanced courses and clinical rotations in Equine Theriogenology. He coordinates the clinical Stallion and Mare Services at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory and attends to dystocias, high risk pregnancies and other equine reproduction cases at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In addition, he helps coordinate the Continuing Education programs in Equine Reproduction for veterinarians and horse owners.