Dr. Laurie Tyrrell joined Equinosis at the end of 2009 to head business development and serve as a principal investigator for the company’s National Science Foundation grant. In her current role, Laurie directs all activities of the Objective Evaluation Support (OES) program with the sole mission of successfully integrating and growing objective lameness measurement in our customers’ practices.

Via the OES program, Laurie directs all aspects of user training, moderates the community portal, and guides product development and usability. In addition to education & training, she also provides veterinary technical services functions.  A 2004 graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, she completed a lameness and diagnostic imaging internship at Virginia Equine Imaging and remained as a senior associate veterinarian for several years.

Laurie Tyrrell-Schroeder, DVM, CVA, CCRT Director of Veterinary Services
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