Jennifer Corley

Jennifer Corley

A graduate in veterinary medicine, Jennifer went on to complete an internship in large animal medicine in Canada, then became a Thouron scholar in Equine Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. After completing her specialist training as an equine surgeon, Jennifer went into private practise in Co. Kildare. Jennifer is co-editor of the Equine Hospital Manual and has published widely in the veterinary field. After an accident ended her career as a surgeon, Jennifer set up her first company Veterinary Advances to share her specialist knowledge with Apps for veterinary surgeons. Veterinary Advances Apps are now used by all members of the British Equine Veterinary Association and Equine Veterinarians Australia. In 2018, Jennifer established a second company EquiTrace and led a successful funding round with HBAN for €1.25 million to establish the company’s growth. EquiTrace is a digital health record and traceability platform designed to bring the horse industry into the digital age. EquiTrace are commercial partners with Merck in the USA, produce software for the US Trotting Association, and are helping to monitor the health of over 26,000 horses worldwide.

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