Swanand Sathe

BVSc, MVSc, MS, Diplomate ACT
Assistant Professor
2464 Vet Med
Education & Certifications  

Diplomate, American College of Theriogenologists, 2010

MS – Veterinary Clinical Sciences – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2012

Equine Theriogenology/Rural Animal Health Management Residency – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008-2011

MVSc. (Internal Medicine) with Honors – Bombay Veterinary College (India), 2004

BVSc. (Honors) – Bombay Veterinary College (India), 2001


VCS 471 (C) – Comparative Theriogenology Clinical Rotations (VM4)

VCS 471 (E) – Equine Theriogenology Clinical Rotations (VM4)

VCS 471 (S) – Small Animal Theriogenology Clinical Rotations (VM4)

VDPAM 450  - Disturbances of Reproduction, Lecture series on Small Animal, Camelid and Equine Theriogenology reproduction and management (VM3)

BMS 334- Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology, Lectures on equine reproductive physiology (VM 1)

VCS 447- Equine Diagnostic and Clinical Skills Laboratory – Mare reproduction labs (VM4)

AnS 229 Sheep Science Lab. – Guest instructor for sheep breeding soundness exam and embryo transfer labs. (Undergraduate course)

VCS 440 - Introduction to clinics (VM3)

Continuing education and scientific presentations given at local, national and international conferences.

Research Focus & Interests  

Area of Expertise: All aspects of equine, small animal and small ruminant breeding management, Laparoscopic artificial insemination and other advanced assisted reproductive techniques, management of high risk pregnancy, pregnancy and fetal ultrasound.

Interests: Monitoring peripartum mares, Microbiome studies in mare reproduction, salivary hormone assay monitoring.

Honors & Awards  

ISU SCAVMA Teaching Excellence Award in Clinical Sciences 2014-2015.

Master of Veterinary Science with First Class Honors- July 2005.

Research Fellowship Animal Blood Bank, Bombay Veterinary College- January 2003-2004.

Junior Research Fellowship, Veterinary Nuclear Medicine and Referral Center (VNMC), Department of Medicine, Bombay Veterinary College- January 2004.

Deans Merit List for outstanding achievement in academics (BVSc program) May 2001.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science with Honors - July 2001.

Reserve Bank of India Scholarship for Advanced Studies- Awarded to individuals securing high honors during their bachelor degree education-July 2001.

Team Member, Best National Team in the National Livestock Judging competition held for Veterinary Students by the Dept. of Animal Husbandry, Govt. of India at New Delhi, India- January 2001.


American College of Theriogenologists

Society for Theriogenology

American Association of Equine Practitioners

American Veterinary Medical Association

Iowa Veterinary Medical Association

Selected Publications  

Sathe S.R. and Shipley C.F. (2013). Rabbit Reproduction Clinical Theriogenology, 5(4):465-471.

Herrmann J.A. and Sathe S.R. (2014) Reproductive performance of an Angus cow after removal of a macerated fetus via caudal flank laparotomy and hysterotomy. Clinical Theriogenology; 6(1):47-51.

Sathe S.R. (2018) Sudden Death Secondary to Bladder Rupture in an Ewe Undergoing Laparoscopic Insemination Procedure - A Case Report. J Vet Med Surg. Vol.2 No.1:19. doi:10.4172/2574-2868.100019

Haan J, Hay-Kraus B, Sathe S.R. (2018) A comparison of the effects of carbon dioxide and medical grade air for abdominal insufflation on respiratory parameters in sheep undergoing sedated laparoscopic artificial insemination. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 66(4):167-171.

Sathe S. R. (2018). Laparoscopic Artificial Insemination Technique in Small Ruminants- A Procedure Review. Frontiers in veterinary science, 5, 266.

Sathe S.R. (2018). Setting up a Laparoscopic Artificial Insemination Practice for your small ruminant practice – A practical view. Clinical Theriogenology:10(3)211-218.