Kylee Jo Duberstein
B.S., University of Florida
Ph.D., University of Florida
My Ph.D. project was titled "The Effects of Vitamin E Supplementation on Oxidative Stress Measured in Exercising Horses". I do not have a research appointment here but am helping with existing horse research projects. I am currently serving on the committee of a graduate student looking at back pain and thermography in horses.
I have a 20% extension appointment. I will be helping with the existing youth programs to implement youth quiz bowls, state and regional horse shows, and the Annual 4-H Horse School. We are also working to put together horse judging clinics for these groups. I will also collaborate with other equine faculty to assist with short courses, potentially teaching nutrition and horsemanship topics.
ADSC 2500L Beginning Horsemanship
ADSC 3230 Light Horse Evaluation
ADSC 3250 Advanced Light Horse Evaluation
ADSC 4500 Operant Conditioning
ADSC 3500L Intermediate Horsemanship
ADSC 3510 Yearling Handling----pending approval
Selected Recent Publications
“Effects of vitamin E supplementation on oxidative stress in exercising horses.” K.J. Johnson, S.A. Reed, S.E. Johnson, and E.A. Ott. Equine Science Society Nineteenth Symposium Proceedings. May 31-June 3, 2005.
“Intracellular signaling events in equine skeletal muscle.” S.A. Reed, K.J. Johnson, and S.E. Johnson. Equine Science Society Nineteenth Symposium Proceedings. May 31-June 3, 2005.