Dr. Yvette Nout-Lomas is an Assistant Professor of Equine Internal Medicine and is boarded by both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Medicine. Her clinical interests include horses with neurologic disorders and critically ill foals and adult horses. Dr. Nout-Lomas is part of the team at CSU providing specialty care to horses. Her research goal is to improve diagnostic capabilities and treatment options for horses with neurologic disease. In particular her research is focused on gait assessment in horses, spinal cord injury, and comparative neuroscience.
DVM, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 1999MS Equine Medicine, The Ohio State University , 2003PhD Neuroscience, The Ohio State University , 2006
2004--Board Certification American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Diplomate ACVIM)
2006--Board Certification American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (Diplomate ACVECC)
Nout, Y.S.; Rosenzweig, E.S.; Brock, J.H.; Strand, S.C.; Moseanko, R.; Hawbecker, S.; Zdunowski, S.; Nielson, J.L.; Roy, R.R.; Courtine, G.; Ferguson, A.R.; Edgerton, V.R.; Beattie, M.S.; Bresnahan, J.C.; Tuszynski, M.H (2012) Animal models for neurologic disorders: A non-human primate model of spinal cord injury. Invited Review. Neurotherapeutics 9 (2):380-392.Nout, Y.S.; Ferguson, A.R.; Strand S.C.; Moseanko, R.; Hawbecker, S.; Zdunowski, S.; Nielson, J.L.; Roy, R.R.; Zhong, H.; Rosenzweig, E.S.; Brock, J.H.; Courtine, G.; Edgerton, V.R.; Tuszynski, M.H.; Beattie, M.S.; Bresnahan, J.C. (2012) Methods for functional assessment after C7 hemisection in the rhesus monkey. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. Jul-Aug; 26(6):556-69. Epub 2012 Feb 13.Nout, Y.S.; Bresnahan, J.C.; Beattie, M.S. (2011) Differential cardiovascular effects of pentobarbital and isoflurane after high thoracic experimental spinal cord injury in rats. J Neurotrauma Aug 8, 2011 Epub ahead of print.Nout, Y.S.; Schmidt, M.H.; Tovar, C.A.; Culp, E.; Mayer-Proschel, M; Proschel, C; Noble, M; Beattie, M.S.; Bresnahan, J.C. (2011): Glial restricted precursor cell transplant with cyclic adenosine monophosphate improved some autonomic functions but resulted in a reduced graft size after spinal cord contusion injury in rats. Experimental Neurology 227: 159 – 171; Oct 30, 2010: E-pub ahead of print.Nout, Y.S.; Mihai, G; Tovar, C.A.; Schmalbrock, P; Bresnahan, J.C.; Beattie, M.S. (2009): Hypertonic saline attenuates cord swelling and edema in experimental spinal cord injury: A study utilizing magnetic resonance imaging. Critical Care Medicine 37 (7) 2160-2166. Nout, Y.S. Central Nervous System Trauma. In: Reed, S.M. and Furr, M.O. eds. Equine Neurology. Ames, Iowa, USA: Blackwell Publishing, 2008.
Nout, Y.S. The recumbent horse. In: Lavoie, J.P. and Hinchcliff, K.W. eds. Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Equine 2nd ed. Ames, Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2008.Nout, Y.S. and Jeffcott, L.B. Neurology. In: Mair, Love, Schumacher, Frazer, Smith eds. Equine Medicine, Surgery and Reproduction 2nd ed. Oxford, United Kindom: Elsevier 2013Nout, Y.S. Support of Neurologic Function – Critical Care. In: Reed, S.M.; Bayly, W.M.; Sellon, D.C. eds. Equine Internal Medicine 3rd ed. St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier (USA), 2009.Nout, Y.S. Central nervous system trauma. In: Reed, S.M.; Bayly, W.M.; Sellon, D.C. eds. Equine Internal Medicine 3rd ed. St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier (USA), 2009. Nout, Y.S. Central Nervous System Trauma. In: Reed, S.M. and Furr, M.O. eds. Equine Neurology. Ames, Iowa, USA: Blackwell Publishing, 2008.
Clinical interest: equine neurology, neonatology, critical care, general medicineResearch interest:
• Veterinary medical research: neuroscience, animal models of disease, pre-clinical research and testing, novel therapies, testing, and procedures.
• Neuroscience: spinal cord injury, autonomic function, cardiovascular function, diagnostic imaging, cellular transplantation strategies.
• Clinical research: equine exercise physiology, gait analysis.
Education ineterst: veterinary students, large animal medicine and emergency & critical care residents, pre-veterinary students, veterinary technician students, horse owners.