Equine Ophthalmology

The Equine Eye with Professor Dennis Brooks

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Our Speaker Biographies


Emeritus Professor Dr. Dennis Brooks, DVM, PhD, DACVO
Dennis Brooks recently retired from a lifetime of clinical and research service in the Ophthalmology Service, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. He qualified as a DVM from the University of Illinois, Urbana, and undertook his specialist ophthalmology training between 1981 and 1985 at the University of Florida.

He gained a PhD in “Glaucoma” from the University of Florida in 1987 and in 1984 became a board-certified diplomate of American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists.

His research interests include corneal transplantation in horses, eye problems in horses and glaucoma in all animals.  Dennis remains one of the world’s leading veterinary ophthalmologists and is in constant demand for his amazing willingness to share his knowledge and experience with vets of all types.

He is easy to listen to and easy to learn from in giving sound, sensible and pragmatic support for vets seeking help with their horse patients.  He remains a loyal and supportive friend to all who deal with the equine eye!

Equine Medical solutions offer a range of training options, allowing flexible delivery of tailored CPD to equine veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and horse owners.

Events can be structured to meet the needs of the chosen audience, location and learning outcomes. This can include learning lunches, practical training, demonstrations and bespoke CPD events.

Training can be provided across the following areas:

horse headEquine medicine case management

horse headWound management

horse headOphthalmology

horse headDermatology

horse headNeonatal medicine


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