Erik Peterson, DVM
Dr. Erik Peterson received his veterinary degree from the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998, after completing his clinical rotations at Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Peterson spent 16 years in private equine practice as an associate and then practice owner in the Hudson Valley of New York. Lameness and dentistry continue to be his greatest area of clinical interest.
DVM- Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Efficacy of porcine and recombinant zona pellucida vaccines for immunocontraception of female donkeys.
Measurement of fecal cortisol in donkeys vaccinated with an immunocontraceptive.
Ron Taylor Award - 2018
Lactational anestrus in Caribbean donkeys. Peterson E, Roberts B, Cameron-Blake N, Gilbert R, French H Clinical Theriogenology, December 2018; 10:4
Creation of an anatomically correct high fidelity calf leg model and student's perception of learning outcomes. French H, Dascanio J, Peterson E, Gilbert G, Wright C, Wickman D, Bauman E, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 2017; 45(1):1-5
Acquisition and Acclimation of Feral Caribbean Donkeys for Use in Reproductive Research Peterson E, Cameron-Blake, Knobel D, French H. 8th International Conference on Wildlife Fertility Control, Washington, DC, July 2017
Acquisition and Acclimation of Feral Caribbean Donkeys for Use in Reproductive Research 5th Annual Donkey Welfare Symposium 2017 University of California Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine
Bovine obstetric skills training: Do looks matter? Peterson E, Dascanio J, Bauman E, Adams R, French H. Phi Zeta Research Day, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine 2016