Prof. Dr. Mats Troedsson
University of Kentucky, Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center
Dr. Troedsson received his DVM degree in 1975 from The Royal Veterinary College in Stockholm. He worked as a private practitioner from 1975 to 1987, when he enrolled in doctoral studies at the University of California, Davis. He graduated with a PhD in Reproductive Immunology from UCD in 1991, and stayed on as a clinical instructor in equine reproduction for the next two years. <br /><br />- College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, 1993-2002. <br />Assistant Professor from 1993 and Associated Professor from 1998 to 2002<br />Director of the Large Animal Teaching Hospital, 1998 to 2001 <br />Director of Equine Research, 1995-2002 <br /><br />- University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2002-2008<br />Professor and Service Chief of Reproduction<br />Director of Equine Research Programs<br />Adjunct Professor (2008 – present)<br /><br />-University of Kentucky, Department of Veterinary Science, 2008-present<br />Professor of Equine Reproduction, 2008-present<br />Chair of the Department of Veterinary Science 2008-2014<br />Director of Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, 2008-2014<br /><br />-Affiliated Professor of Obstetrics and Reproduction at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark (2011-present). <br />-Project manager for Qatar Foundation and Consulting Director of Equine Veterinary Medical Center (EVMC) at Al Shaqab (2015-18)<br />-Board certified in the American College of Theriogenologist and the European College of Animal Reproduction. <br />-Research interest involves equine endometritis, the interaction between semen and the female reproductive tract, biology of seminal proteins, and diagnostics/ treatment of equine placentitis. Has also been involved in research on assisted reproduction and wild life reproduction. <br />-Mentored 17 veterinarians in their training to become board certified in Theriogenology, 18 PhD and MS students, and 7 post-doctoral fellows. <br />-Author and co-author of more than 190 peer-reviewed scientific articles in addition to more than 500 professional articles, abstracts, and book chapters.