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Juan   Samper DVM, MSc, PhD

Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs & Professional Opportunities


Education

PhD, Columbia University
DVM National University, Colombia
Residency Theriogenology, University of Minnesota
MS University of Minnesota
PhD University of Minnesota

Research

Samper, J. Relationship between fertility, motility and viability of frozen equine semen.
Samper, J. Effect of early uterine lavage on fertility of mares breed by deep horn insemination

Achievements

Past President Society for Theriogenology
Past President North East Association of Equine Practitioners
Board Member American College of Theriogenologists

Other

 

Certifications

Diplomate, American College of Theriogenologists  

Interests:
Semen preservation and Artificial Insemination, Estrous Cycle regulation
Teaching: Male and female reproductive patho-physiology, Reproductive Ultrasonography
Other areas of interest: Development of skills to succeed in veterinary practice

Presentations:
Samper J, Society of Italian Equine Veterinarians SIVE Congress. Milan Italy. 2014

Samper J, Current State of Frozen Semen and Artificial Insemination International Symposium on Equine reproduction. New Zealand. 2014

Samper J, Association of Brazilian Equine Veterinarians (ABRAVEQ). Sao Paulo. October 2014

Samper J, Second South American Conference on Animal Reproduction. Chile. November 2014

(Clinical Science)