Laszlo M. Hunyadi, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM)
Professor of Large Animal Internal Medicine
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- Area of Expertise: Exercise Intolerance in Western Performance Horses due to asthma, validation of infectious disease diagnostics, and pharmacokenetics of new equine therapeutics.
- Daily feeding of diclazuril top dress pellets in foals reduces seroconversion to Sarcocystis neurona
- Pharmacokinetics of a low dose and FDA‐labeled dose of diclazuril administered orally as a pelleted topdressing in adult horses
- Diclazuril nonlinear mixed-effects pharmacokinetic modelling of plasma concentrations after oral administration to adult horses every 3–4 days
- Purpura Hemorrhagica
- Clinical implications and hospital outcome of immune‐mediated myositis in horses
- A retrospective study of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid analysis in barrel racing horses with exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage and asthma in Texas from 2016 to 2018
Laszlo Hunyadi is a professor of large animal internal medicine and originally from El Paso, TX near Sunland Park, NM. He is a diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Large Animal.
His teaching focuses on all aspects of internal medicine, infectious diseases and diagnostic clinical workups.
His research area is on pharmacokinetic and dynamics of new equine therapeutics, exercise intolerance in western performance horses as it pertains to asthma, and validating the accuracy of new diagnostics for emerging and existing infectious diseases.
He is the AAEP Vaccine Guidelines Chair, and member of the Infectious Disease Committee. He also serves on the ACVIM clinical management Exam Writing Task Force. He volunteers his time doing equitarian outreach with Full Bucket to serve rural areas in Guatemala and with the Rural Area Veterinary Services to provide clinical work to underserved areas on Native American Reservations. Currently, he is working with the AAEP to update all the vaccine guidelines for equine practitioners.