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Aurora Pharmaceutical presents a check for $3,667.30 to support OSU’s equine house officer research endeavors. Pictured (left to right) are: Holly Stormont, Aurora Pharmaceutical sales representative; Dr. Matt Klotz, Aurora Pharmaceutical veterinary services; Dr. Kelsey Jurek, equine surgery resident; Dr. Mike Schoonover, equine surgeon and sports medicine specialist.

Aurora Pharmaceutical gift funds equine research

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine recently received a donation from Aurora Pharmaceutical. The $3,667.30 gift will help support equine house officer research projects.

House officer residency programs have a required research component and acquiring funding for small research projects can be challenging.

“This donation will have a positive impact on our equine house officer training programs and Oklahoma State’s research mission,” Dr. Mike Schoonover said.

Previous donations helped support Dr. Kelsey Jurek’s research, ‘Effect of perfusate volume on amikacin concentrations after saphenous intravenous regional limb perfusion in standing, sedated horses,’ which was recently published.

Jurek is an equine surgery resident mentored by Schoonover.

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