Platinum Summit will bring together equine practitioners and leading researchers to share innovative perspectives with the goal of advancing equine health, developing more predictive, preventive and personalized treatments and sharing exciting research related to equine sports medicine, the gut microbiome, predictive bio-markers and a new view of the patient through the lens of systems biology.

Saturday, December 7, 2019

11AM - 6PM

Dinner celebration immediately following from 7pm - 10pm.

Denver Art Museum

Denver, Colorado

Dinner Celebration

Following Platinum Summit, we invite you and a guest to join us for a celebration in the atrium of the Denver Art Museum. Be our guests for a lively evening together with colleagues and friends with delicious food, wine, spirits and live music.

Dinner celebration is complimentary for each Platinum Summit attendee and one guest.

RACE Approved for 4 Hours of Continuing Education

Speakers Include:

  • A Novel, Non-Invasive Diagnostic Approach for Equine Intestinal Disorders: Technique & Validation
    Noah Cohen, VMD, MPH, PhD, DACVIM
    Texas A&M University

    A New Paradigm in Practice: Bettering Outcomes for High-Level Equine Athletes
    Mark Revenaugh, DVM
    Northwest Equine Performance

    A New View of the Patient: The Role of Exfoliomics & Systems Biology in Creating a More Predictive, Preventive & Personalized Approach to Medicine
    Robert S. Chapkin, PhD, AAAS Fellow
    Allen Endowed Chair in Nutrition & Chronic Disease Prevention
    Texas A&M University

    The Evolution of Equine Orthopedics & Opportunities for Human Translation
    Wayne McIlwraith, BVSc, PhD, DSc, FRCVS, DACVS, DACVSMR
    Colorado State University

    Preventing Phenylbutazone-Induced GI Injury
    Canaan Whitfield, DVM, PhD, DACVS, DACVSMR
    Texas A&M University

    Can We Restore the Antibiotic-Challenged Gut Microbiome with Prebiotics & Probiotics?
    Diana Hassel, DVM, PhD, DACVS, ACVECC
    Colorado State University

    The Role of Genetics in Vitamin E Metabolism: An Example of Nutrigenomics in the Horse
    Carrie Finno, DVM, DACVIM, PhD
    University of California, Davis

    From Food to Follicle: Can Nutrient Therapy Counterbalance Reproductive Aging?
    Elaine Carnevale, MS, PhD, DVM
    Adam Chicco, PhD, FAHA
    Colorado State University
    Rebecca Krisher, PhD
    Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine

  • Can Sleep Deprivation Cause Performance Loss in the Horse?
    Christine Fuchs, Dr. med. vet
    FTA fuer Pferde
    IVCA/IAVC cert. Veterinary Chiropractic
    Tierklinik Luesche

    Trials & Tribulations of Equine Biomarkers for Musculoskeletal Injury: Past, Current & Future Perspectives
    David Frisbie, DVM, PhD, DACVS, DACVSMR
    Colorado State University

    Diet, pH, Ion Channels & Pain: Insight from Trigeminal Nerve Studies in Horses
    John Madigan, DVM, MS
    University of California, Davis

    A Deeper Dive: A New View of the Patient Through the Lens of Systems Biology
    Nathan Price, PhD
    Institute for Systems Biology

    Transforming Biology: Using Food as Medicine
    Mark Hyman, MD
    Director, Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine

    A Horseman’s Perspective: The Making of a Champion
    Trevor Brazile
    24-Time World Champion Rodeo Cowboy
    Laura Graves
    Olympic Bronze Medalist, Team Dressage

    Changing Perspectives: The Future of Health, Disease & Treatment
    Richard Markell, DVM, MRCVS, MBA

    Monitoring Equine Athlete Fundamentals: Getting Closer to Personalized Medicine
    Philippe Benoit, DVM, DACVSMR

Registration is Now Open!

Denver Art Museum