PhD, Oklahoma State University, 2013
DVM, Washington State University, 2007
BS, Washington State University, 2004
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Large Animal)
My clinical research interests are in the diagnosis of equineendocrine disorders and the pathophysiology of equine glandular gastric disease. My educational research focuses on clinical skills training and curriculum design.
My teaching interests include equine endocrinologyand antimicrobialtherapy.
My clinical interest is in equine endocrine disease (pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction; equine metabolic syndrome).
Awards & Honors
2021 Teacher of the Year (Class of 2022)
2020, Faculty Fellow, LSU Learning and Teaching Collaborative
2021, Dean’s Teacher Merit Honor Roll (Years 2, 3, 4)
2020, Dean’s Teacher Merit Honor Roll (Years 2, 4)
2019, Dean’s Teacher Merit Honor Roll (Years 2, 3, 4)
2018, Dean’s Teacher Merit Honor Roll (Year 3)
2012, OSU Phi Zeta Research Day, 1st Place, Graduate Student Clinical/Applied Research
2011, EQUUS Foundation Research Fellow
2011, Philanthropic Educational Organization Scholar Award
2007, Inducted into Phi Zeta
McMillan CJ, Read MR, Skorobohach B, Hecker KG, Banse HE. Building clinical skills teaching materials: A study of cognitive task analysis versus free recall instruction to teach canine indirect ophthalmoscopy. https://doi.org/10.3138/jvme-2020-0139 (online ahead of print).
Banse HE#, McMillan CJ#, Warren AL, Hecker KG, Wilson B, Skorobohach B, Carter RT, Lewin AC, Kondro D, Ungrin MD, Dorosz SG, Baker RE, Dehghanpir SD, Grandt BB, Hale Mitchell LK, Anderson SJ. Development of and validity evidence for a canine ocular model for training novice veterinary students to perform a fundic examination. J Vet Med Educ, 2021, 48: 620-628.
Paul L*, Ericsson A, Andrew FM, Keowen ML, Morales FY, Garza, F, Jr, Banse H. Comparison of the gastric microbiome in horses with and without Equine Glandular Gastric Disease (EGGD). Vet Intern Med, 2021, 35: 2458-2464.
Banse HE, Whitehead AE, McFarlane D, Chelikani P. Markers of muscle atrophy and impact of treatment with pergolide in horses with pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction and muscle atrophy. Dom Anim Endocrinol, 2021, Jul 2021; 76: 106620. doi.org/10.1016/j.domaniend.2021.106620
Ricord M, Andrews FM, Morales Yniguez FJ, Keowen M, Garza F, Jr. Paul L, Chapman A, and Banse HE. Impact of concurrent treatment with omeprazole on phenylbutazone-induced equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS). Equine Vet J, 2021; 53:356-363. doi.org/10.1111/evj.13323.
Banse HE, Getachew F, Levy M, Smits J. Influence of season and pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction on hair cortisol concentration in horses. Domest Anim Endocrinol 2020, Jul; 72: 106375. doi.org/10.1016/j.domaniend.2019.07.003
Banse HE and Andrews FM. Equine glandular gastric disease: prevalence, impact and management strategies. Vet Med (Auckl), 2019, 10: 69-76. doi.org/10.2147/VMRR.S174427
Moser K and Banse HE. Comparison of the glucose and insulin responses of horses to two formulations of corn syrup. Can Vet J, 2019, 60: 637-643.
Banse HE, MacLeod H, Crosby C, Windeyer MC. Prevalence of and risk factors for equine glandular and gastric squamous disease in polo horses. Can Vet J, 2018, 59: 880-884.
Pedersen SK, Cribb AE, Windeyer MC, Read EK, French D, Banse HE. Risk factors for equine glandular and squamous gastric disease in showjumping Warmbloods. Equine Vet J, 2018, 50: 747-751. doi.org/10.1111/evj.12949
Is “one session, one skill” always better? The impact of number of skills taught per clinical skills laboratory session on learner cognitive load and skill retention. Banse H, Baker R, Domaracki C, Hunt, J. Southeast Veterinary Education Consortium Veterinary Education Research Grant, 2020. Budget: $2,480 USD.
How does distribution of clinical skills instruction impact learner cognitive load and skill retention? Banse H, Baker R, Domaracki C, Hunt J, LSU SVM Education Research Grant, 2020. Budget: $4,800 USD.
Impact of teaching with a high-fidelity simulated model and cognitive task analysis-based teaching methods on veterinary student ophthalmoscopy skills. McMillan C, Banse H (Co-PI), Skorobohach B, Read M, Hecker K, Ungrin M, Kondro D, Carter R. Source: Veterinary Education Research Fund (University of Calgary) and LSU SVM internal funding, 2018. Budget: $7,400 USD.
Simulated ophthalmoscopy model: validity and cognitive task analysis. McMillan C, Banse H (Co-PI), Ungrin M, Read M, Hecker K, Skorobohach B, Kondro D. Source: Veterinary Education Research Fund, University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, 2016. Budget: $9,400 CDN.
Investigation of genetic risk alleles for pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction. McCue M, McFarlane D, Hughes L, Paradis MR, Schott H, van Eps A, Kritchevsky J, Banse H. Morris Animal Foundation, 2020. Budget: $58,959 USD.
Impact of concurrent treatment with omeprazole and phenylbutazone on gastrointestinal health in horses. Banse H, Whitfield-Cargile C, Ericsson A, Andrews F. EHSP Charles V. Cusimano Research Grants (LSU SVM), 2020. Budget: $8,000 USD.
Impact of the combination of phenylbutazone and omeprazole on the equine gastrointestinal tract. Whitfield-Cargile C, Banse H, Coleman M, Chamoun A. Texas A & M Veterinary Large Animal Clinical Sciences Grant, 2020. Budget: $12,500 USD.
Comparison of the gastric microbiome in horses with and without EGGD (field study). Banse H, Paul L, Andrews F, Ericsson A. Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, 2019. Budget: $64,647 USD.
Comparison of the gastric microbiome in horses with and without equine glandular gastric disease (EGGD). Paul L, Banse H, Andrews F, Ericsson A. EHSP Charles V. Cusimano Research Grants (LSU SVM), 2018. Budget: $5,000 USD.
Impact of concurrent treatment with omeprazole on phenylbutazone-induced gastric ulceration in horses. Banse H, Chapman A, Andrews F. EHSP Charles V. Cusimano Research Grants (LSU SVM), 2018. Budget: $10,000 USD.
Characterization of inflammatory cell infiltrate in equine glandular gastric disease (EGGD) Banse H, Andrews F, Watanabe T, Del Piero F. USDA 1433 (LSU SVM), 2018. Budget: $7,000 USD.
ACTH stability in frozen equine plasma. Banse H, Chapman A, Fletcher J. Source: Boehringer-Ingelheim Vetmedica, 2018-2020. Budget: $13,125 USD