• Broxburn, Oatridge, Ecclesmachan

    EH52 6NH West Lothian

    United Kingdom

20152019

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Personal profile

Teaching

I am the Equine Programme Team Leader at SRUC's Oatridge Campus. I lecture across all the levels of equine courses that SRUC offer and I am the course tutor for the Higher National Certificate in Equine Studies course. The main subjects I teach include: Equine Nutrition, Watering and Feeding, Equine Anatomy and Physiology, and Equine Behaviour. As well as my academic qualifications I also hold the British Horse Society Stage 4 Senior Coach in Complete Horsemanship (BHSII) qualification.

Research interests

My research interests focus on gut-brain axis communication. I am particularly interested in how diet effects gut microbiota, and how this may influence behaviour and brain neurochemistry in horses. 

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High-starch diets alter equine faecal microbiota and increase behavioural reactivity

Bulmer, L. S., Murray, J. A., Burns, N. M., Garber, A., Wemelsfelder, F., McEwan, N. R. & Hastie, P. M., 9 Dec 2019, In : Scientific Reports. 9, 1, 18621.

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    The effects of a high-starch or high-fibre diet on equine reactivity and handling behaviour

    Bulmer, L., McBride, S., Williams, K. & Murray, J. A., 1 Apr 2015, In : Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 165, p. 95 102 p.

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