Allen Page

Allen Page, Ph.D.

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

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Research Interests

My work primarily focuses on the inflammatory response to exercise and injury in equine athletes across a variety of disciplines, and includes determining whether messenger RNA (mRNA) expression can be used to predict impending injury in racehorses.  A newly emerging area of research for us is the effect of various anti-inflammatory treatments on the mRNA response to inflammation and how that might impact our work with equine athletes.  I also have an interest in developing diagnostics for various infectious diseases based on mRNA expression analysis and/or serum antibody detection.  Previously, my work has included research on Lawsonia intracellularis, a bacterial disease of young horses and the cause of equine proliferative enteropathy, as well as Rhodococcus equi

Curriculum Vitae

Committees and Appointments

  • University of Kentucky - Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
    • Alternate member 2017 – 2020
    • Full member 2020 – Present
  • University of Kentucky - Department of Veterinary Science Faculty (Adjunct)
  • University of Kentucky - Department of Veterinary Science Graduate Faculty (Adjunct)
  • Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine- Adjunct Faculty
  • American Association of Equine Practitioners
    • Scientific Review & Editorial Committee (Sports Med/Rehab/Lameness)- 2021-2023
    • Infectious Diseases Committee- 2022-2024

Education/Academic qualification

Immunology, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Kentucky

Aug 1 2013Dec 14 2014

Immunology, Ph.D., University of Kentucky

Sep 1 2009Jun 30 2013

Doctor of Philosophy, Univ Of Kentucky


D.V.M., University of California Davis

Sep 1 2004Jun 30 2008

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Univ Of California - Davis


Animal Science (Equine Emphasis), B.S., University of California Davis

Sep 1 2000Jun 30 2004

External positions

Adjunct Faculty, Lincoln Memorial University


  • QR180 Immunology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Diagnostic Test Development
  • QP Physiology
  • Exercise
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Injury


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