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Our research team works closely with specialised veterinarians to develop our feed and to validate its effectiveness through the implementation of scientific studies.
Having graduated as an Engineer in agronomy in 2001 from l’ISARA (Institut Superieur d’Agriculture Rhone Alpes) Lyon’s school of agricultural science, environment and feeds, p>
Sandrine finished her studies by specialising in the “quality in livestock production” in collaboration with the Ecole Nationale Veterinaire in Lyon.
She followed this with two years’ experience with an animal feed group, formulating feed for horses and other animals, before being employed as Head of Research and Development for LAMBEY.p>
Passionate about horses, Sandrine competes as an amateur Show Jumper.
Margaux graduated as an Engineer in agronomy in 2014 from the Ecole Superior Agronomie in Dijon.
She finished her final year dissertation on the subject of equine nutritional research here at LAMBEY, and was then offered a permanent post as a junior nutritional engineer when she graduated.p>
Margaux is also passionate about horses and competes as an amateur Show Jumper.
Endowed with a spirit of innovation, Lambey science is associated with renowned veterinary surgeons in order to bring the most up to date scientific advances to aid the health and condition of horses.
Veterinary surgeons Emmanuelle VAN ERCK et Julie DAUVILLIER work together with our researchers to carry out scientific studies.
These studies are aimed at measuring the effect of our feeds on the health and the body condition of horses.
Veterinary surgeon Thierry Grisard has worked for many years with the Lambey team.
He brings his expertise to the evolution of our feed ranges and the development of new products.
In addition, he shares with us his observations on the use and effectiveness of our products.
Dr Emmanuelle van Erck is a veterinary surgeon recognised as a European specialist in equine internal medicine.
Her specialist areas are those concerning equine sports medicine, in particular the study of adverse performance.
After having been awarded her degree from the Alfort Veterinary School, Emmanuelle worked for 15 years at the University of Liege from where she obtained her doctorate in Veterinary Science.
In 2010, she found the "Equine Sports Medicine Practice" which offers a unique mobile referral consultation in equine sports medicine.
She looks after race horses and the equine athletes of many national teams.
Emmanuelle has had more than 50 scientific articles published and is a regular speaker conferences all over the world.
Dr Julie Dauvillier studied at the Alfort Veterinary School, completed both an internship and a residence at the University of Montreal, and holds degrees from both the European and American Colleges of Internal Medicine (ACVIM and ECEIM) making her a specialist in equine internal medicine.
A former three-day event competitor and passionate about horses. Dr Thierry Grisard qualified from the National Veterinary School in Lyon and then worked at Tierspital in Berne, Switzerland.
After a year spent at the Military Riding School in Fontainebleau, he wrote his doctoral thesis on "The haematology of sporting horses".
In an equine practice in Ain since 1990, in 2000 along with his colleagues, he founded the Clinique Champ Perier at Neyron.
In addition to being an accredited member of the team of vets for the FEI for more than twenty years, he is also a member of the international Society for the study into the pathologies of the equine musculoskeletal system (ISELP) and the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners).
His work is shared between the pathologies of the equine musculoskeletal system, equine sports medicine surgery, notably for colic.p>
Studied at the National Veterinary School of Alfort. Specialist in equine medicine and a graduate of the American and European Colleges of Internal Medicine (ACVIM and ECEIM). She is also a graduate in alimentation (CSAAD, AgroParisTech) and in sports and respiratory medicine (University of Liège & Animal Health Trust, Newmarket).
Her activity is mainly focused on the assessment of cases referred to the VetagroSup Hospital Centre (Centre Hospitalier de VetagroSup) in Lyon, while remaining very active with the FEI and the competition sites.
She regularly trains veterinarians on the subject of physiology and sports medicine. She is also particularly focused on training young colleagues learning about nutrition in relation to health.
The results of our studies have been chosen by a committee of International experts to be presented at several known scientific conferences.em>
Study presented to the Congress of ENUTRACO (Applied Equine Nutrition and Training) in Paris :
« Effet d’un complément alimentaire pour chevaux sur le comportement des chevaux nerveux. »
Study presented to the Congress of CESMAS (Conference on Equine Sports Medicine and Science) in Oslo:
« Validation d’une forme innovante d’électrolytes pour faciliter la réhydratation des chevaux en effort intense. »
Study presented at the Congress of ECEIM (European College of Equine Internal Medicine) in Hannover :
« Effet de 2 régimes alimentaires sur le profil sanguin d’un groupe de chevaux de complet : étude terrain. »
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Study presented at the Congress of AVEF (Association of French Equine Veterinarians) in Reims.
« Evaluation d’un aliment complet spécifique sur l’évolution des ulcères gastriques chez des trotteurs à l’entraînement. »