Inga Emma Karasek

Inga Emma Karasek, DVM

Assistant Professor

Dr. Inga Emma Karasek joined St. George’s University in 2010 as Assistant Professor in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, School of Veterinary Medicine.

An equine enthusiast with a passion for dentistry and lameness, she is a long time member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), and is Faculty Advisor for the student AAEP chapter and Large Animal Society, as well as for the Animal Welfare and Behaviour committee, and for the newly formed Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) affiliation. Dr. Karasek is also the large animal representative for the Veterinary Public Health Club, which is active in the One Health One Medicine clinics. Currently, she is involved in tick research involving Grenada’s equine population.

Prior to coming to St. George’s University, Dr. Karasek held an associate position at a large mixed animal practice in North Simcoe County in Ontario, Canada, where she focused on their equine patients and other large animals.

Dr. Karasek earned her DVM from St. George’s University in 2009, and completed her internship in 2010 at Rhinebeck Equine LLP, a private equine hospital. She earned her BSc with Honours from the Zoology University of Guelph in 2002, and is working towards her Masters in Veterinary Pharmacology.