Jeremy Redmond

Jeremy Redmond

Director of Clinical Skills

Assistant Professor of Equine Medicine

Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences

LSU School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803



DVM, St. George's University, 2016

MS, Texas A&M University, 2010

BS, Pennsylvania State University, 2007


Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Large Animal Internal Medicine)

Postgraduate Certificate in Veterinary Education (PGCertVetEd)

Research Interest

Veterinary education and equine skin allergies

Teaching Interest

My greatest joy in teaching revolves around clinical skills. I strive to provide a non-stressful environment where students can develop large animal handling and technical skills through hands-on opportunities, frequent constructive feedback and discussion, and positive energy to promote enthusiastic learning and engagement.

Clinical Interest

I enjoy many aspects of equine medicine with particular emphasis on gastrointestinal, respiratory, and skin disorders. I also enjoy small ruminant medicine-oriented cases. My favorite cases to evaluate are animals with chronic weight loss in all large animal species.


Pharmacokinetics of diphenhydramine following single-dose intravenous and oral administration in non-fasted adult horses, Redmond, Jeremy; Stang, B; Schlipf Jr, J; Christensen, J, 2022, Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Volume: 45, Number 2, Pages: 188-195

Redmond JS, Stang BV, Schlipf Jr JW, Christiansen JM. Pharmacokinetics of diphenhydramine in non-fasted adult horses. J Vet Pharmacol Therap. In Review.

Redmond JS, Macedo GG, Velez IC, Caraty A, Williams GL, Amstalden M. Kisspeptin activates the hypothalamic-adenohypophyseal-gonadal axis in prepubertal ewe lambs. Reproduction. 2011; 141(4):541-8.

Redmond JS, Baez-Sandoval GM, Spell KM, Spencer TE, Lents CA, Williams GL, Amstalden M. Developmental changes in hypothalamic Kiss1 expression during activation of the pulsatile release of luteinising hormone in maturing ewe lambs. J Neuroendocrinol. 2011;23(9):815-22.