Award Winner Detail

Award: Equine Science Award
Univeristy: Colorado State University
Year: 2018
Section Awarded: National

Jason Bruemmer, Equine Science Award

Sponsored by: Zinpro

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Dr. Jason E. Bruemmer earned BS and MS degrees at Texas A&M University and the PhD at New Mexico State University.  In 1996, he joined Equine Sciences at Colorado State University, was promoted to Full Professor and currently serves as the Associate Director of Equine Sciences.  He has published 56 refereed journal papers, 93 abstracts, 5 book chapters and 4 popular press articles.  His research has been funded in excess of $2 M. He is one of few , that is a great teacher and researcher but also has the ability to relate to the horseman , veterinarian and student. This is evidenced by his research productivity , teaching and advising awards, and participation in the world class continuing education program held at CSU .He is recognized internationally for his research on stallion fertility and behavioral problems; insemination of sexed sperm; cooling and cryopreservation of sperm; conceptus/maternal interactions; and more recently contraception in wild free-roaming horses.

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