Dr. Rose Baker
Assistant Professor
Veterinary Clinical Sciences (VCS)
(225) 578-9500

Dr. Rose Baker is an assistant professor of equine internal medicine. She is a board-certified specialist in large animal internal medicine.

Teaching Interests:
Clinical and communication skills | Equine emergency triage and management | Neonatal intensive care

Research Interests:
Clinical applications of lactate measurement | Equine critical care therapy | Pain management in large animals

 Awards & Honors:
  • 2019 Dean's Teacher Merit Honor Roll
  • MS Oregon State University
  • Resident Oregon State University
  • Clinical Fellow Oregon State University
  • Intern North Carolina State University
  • BVMS University of Glasgow
  • BA Johns Hopkins University
Scientific Abstract:
  • Comparison of Cephalic to Jugular Venous Blood Gas Analysis in Clinically Ill Horses, Baker, Rose; Cebra, Chris; Kitada, Heather; Schlipf, Jr. , John, 2018
Journal Article, Academic Journal:
  • Klossiella equi infection in a Cheval Canadien Mare, Baker, Rose; Schlipf, Jr., John; Jacqueline, Brady; M., Gorman, 2018, Veterinary Clinical Pathology , Pages: 6
  • Goniometric evaluation of standing extension and maximum flexion joint angles of llamas and alpacas, Walters, Amy; Semevolos, Stacy; Baker, Rose, 2016, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH , Volume: 77, Number: 9, Pages: 1000-1004
  • Clinical Application of Lactate Measurements in Equine Veterinary Medicine, Baker, Rose, 2017
Research Report:
  • Effect of topically applied Saccharomyces boulardii on the healing of acute porcine wounds: a preliminary study, Partlow, Jessica ; Blikslager, Anthony; Matthews, Charles; Law, Mac; Daniels, Joshua; Baker, Rose; Labens, Raphael, 2016