Galbreath Equine Research Center

Built in 1994, the Daniel M. Galbreath Equine Trauma, Intensive Care and Research Center provides faculty and students with leading edge technology for research, treatment and teaching facilities for equine medicine and surgery.

With equipment for addressing neurology, radiology and ophthalmology, the 40,000-square-foot facility is one of the few of its kind nationwide. Ohio State equine faculty members are nationally and internationally recognized for their expertise in equine orthopedics, exercise science, neurology, anesthesia and respiratory diseases, as well as for residency training and industry support.

Annually some 1,200 ill or injured horses are hospitalized at Ohio State, and a similar number are treated on an outpatient basis. The equine center supports and protects Ohio's $6 billion equine industry.