Pharmaceutical Care of Equine Patients
- Review the physiology of the horse
- Identify current therapies for treatments
- Discuss the compounding needs of the equine patient
- Discuss references to improve your knowledge of equine medicine
Sue Hudson Duran, RPh, MS, PhD, DICVP
Dr. Duran has been a clinical pharmacist at the veterinary college since 1975 and currently serves as a Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences.
She has a pharmacy degree from Auburn University, and completed an internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital where she was director of the Intravenous Admixture Department for three years. She completed a Master in Pharmacology and Veterinary Pharmacology in 1978 from Auburn and completed board certification of veterinary pharmacy in 2000. She completed her doctorate of pharmacal science in 2003.
Dr. Duran has been president, president at large, and member at large of the International Society of Veterinary Hospital Pharmacists. She is the chair of the Board Certification Committee of the International College of Veterinary Pharmacy. Dr. Duran served as a member of the Veterinary Medical Advisory Board for the Food and Drug Administration from 1993-97. She remains a consultant to the FDA. She has been very active in development of standards for veterinary drugs and compounding guidelines for veterinary medicine.