Luke Bass

Faculty - Equine Ambulatory Clinical Sciences

B202 VTH

970-297-0315

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About Luke

Dr. Bass is a board certified veterinarian within the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. He also serves on the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners) Board of Directors. He graduated from CSU in 2007 and then completed an equine internship at Pioneer Equine Hospital in Oakdale, CA. After completion of the internship, he remained at Pioneer Equine Hospital as an associate veterinarian focusing on ambulatory practice, reproduction, lameness, and dentistry. After spending a year on the western slope with Colorado River Veterinary Services, Dr. Bass and his family decided to return to CSU as a faculty member in the Equine Field Service department where he focuses on equine ambulatory medicine and teaching of undergraduate equine science and veterinary students. In his spare time, Dr. Bass loves spending time with his family and friends, playing golf, and enjoying outdoor sports.

Education

Masters of Science, Colorado State University, 2003Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Colorado State University, 2007

Certifications

Diplomate of American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Equine), 2015
Certified in Medical Veterinary Acupuncture, 2018

Publications

Bass, L, Swain, E, Santos, FC, Hess, T, and Black, J. Effects of feeding frequency using a commercial automated feeding device on gastric ulceration in exercised quarter horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, January 2018. Emerson, S, Holt, T, Bass, L, Rao, S., Enns, M, Barrett, M. Incidence & characteristics of radiographically confirmed juvenile tarsal osteochondrosis in purebred Angus bulls. Submitted to Canadian Vet Journal, 2018. Yocom, A, Bass L. Review of the Application and Efficacy of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in Equine Tendon and Ligament Injuries. Equine Veterinary Education. Article DOI: 10.1111/eve.12780, 2017. Luedke, L, Rawlinson, J, Engiles, J, Bass, L, Sanchez, M. Cementoma associated with a non-vital left maxillary second premolar in an 11-year-old Miniature horse. Equine Veterinary Education. DOI: 10.1111/eve.12539, 2016. Bass, L, Miller, N, Noland, H, Frank, C. How to Perform a Postmortem Examination of an Aborted Fetus in the Field. AAEP 61st Proceedings, 460-467, 2015. Twenter, H. M., Klohonatz, K. M., Belk, A. D., Bass, L. D., Bouma, G. J., Bruemmer, J. E. 133 Differential miRNA expression from sperm obtained in the different regions of the stallion epididymis. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 35(5), 440. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jevs.2015.03.145.Goodrich, L. R., Rowland, C. A., Bass, L. D., Aldrich, E. D., Edmondson, E. F., Mueller, L. W. Diagnosis and treatment of biaxial keratomas in the left fore foot of a 15-year old Clydesdale mare. Equine Veterinary Education, 2016. Bass, L, Wilkins, J. Birth of a live foal after transabdominal ultrasound-guided cardiac puncture of 200 day equine twin fetus. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 34: 549-555, 2014.Carnevale, E., Beisner, A, Bass, L, McCue, P, Squires, E. Uterine changes associated with repeated inseminations and embryo collections in mares. AAEP 51st Annual Proceedings, 202-203, 2005. Bass, L, Denniston, D, Maclellan, L, McCue, P, Siedel, G, Squires, E. Methanol as a cryoprotectant for equine embryos. Theriogenology, 62: 1153-59, 2004. Maclellan LJ, Bass L, McCue PM, Squires EL. Effect of cooling large and small equine embryos prior to cryopreservation on pregnancy rates after transfer. Theriogenology. 59:306, 2003.

                
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