Department: Pathobiology and Population Sciences

Campus: Hawkshead

Research Groups: Animal Welfare Science and Ethics, Brain Health and Behaviour

Research Centres: RVC Animal Welfare Science and Ethics

Aline is a PhD student in the Animal Welfare Science and Ethics group investigating maternal influences on abnormal repetitive oral behaviour and social behaviour in young horses. The PhD project is supervised by Dr María Díez-Leon, Prof Christine Nicol, Dr Nicola Blackie and Dr Roberta Ferro De Godoy (Writtle University College).

Aline’s background is in Equine Science and graduated with a 1st class BSc (Hons) in Equine Science (Behaviour and Welfare) from Writtle College/University of Essex in 2015. Aline has experience working with sports horses, racehorses, stallions, broodmares and youngstock. During the Kentucky Equine Research internship, she further gained practical research experience in equine nutrition and exercise physiology. 

J.D. Pagan, A. Hauss, A. Swanhall, E. Ford, E. Rugg, A. Pritchard and A. Bouquet (2018) Water, concentrate, and hay intake in thoroughbred racehorses, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 60, 120.

Conference abstract:

A Bouquet, J Amory, A Thompson, R Verwijs (2016) Evaluation of two modified Butanol-HCl methodologies for the analysis of free condensed tannins in conjunction with their quantity occurrence in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) dried at various temperatures, Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 130.

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