Inara is the biobank of the Equine Veterinary Medical Center (EVMC), a member of Qatar Foundation.
Biobanking is the process of collecting samples that are cryopreserved. These preserved samples become a valuable resource for improving our understanding of health and disease.
EVMC Comprises an equine referral hospital, veterinary diagnostic laboratory, and clinical research laboratory. EVMC is a member organisation of Qatar Foundation and is located within Qatar Foundation’s world-class equine facilities at Al Shaqab.
Staffed by an internationally recognized team of specialists and equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, the Equine Veterinary Medical Center (EVMC) offers a comprehensive range of services at the highest level, to ensure the best medical services are available to horses.
Equine Veterinary Medical Center’s (EVMC) diagnostic laboratory has been awarded an accreditation by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation that demonstrates its commitment to delivering exceptional services.
Do you want the truth? Everything at EVMC is great. I’ve tried sending my horses to other doctors but truly the safest and most professional clinic has got to be EVMC. I wouldn’t bring all my horses to EVMC, if I didn’t think it was the best clinic. You have the best doctors, the best team. It’s rare for you to go to EVMC and leave with your problem unsolved. I believe that the best combination of equine doctors reside in EVMC.
In all honesty, they are top-notch professionals. They are excellent and are very helpful, from the minute I called them, they had people waiting for me when I brought Alfie in. They were there when I needed someone to talk to, they were explanatory of everything. Dr. Mathew, Melissa, everyone… From the people at the reception to the doctors to the nurses, all top-notch! I’m so grateful for them, they really helped calm me down when I was nervous and anxious about what happened to him. They sat me down in the waiting room and took care of my baby, they really did…
The most exceptional and important thing to me was that it was a very clean procedure. With the use of medication afterwards, I recognized that it didn’t tire the horse out as much, in comparison to other castration techniques I’ve come across. I could clearly tell that the horse was much more comfortable after the castration procedure, and I think this reflects the success rate of the EVMC castration technique.