Department of Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
1130 Wire Road
Auburn, AL 36849
BS, University of Georgia, Biology, 1997
After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of Georgia in 1997, Dr. Groover continued her education and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from UGA in 2001.
She went on to complete an internship and residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine at UGA in 2005. She achieved Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in the specialty of Large Animal Internal Medicine in December of 2005.
After completion of her residency, she worked as a Clinical Instructor of Equine Internal Medicine at Washington State University before coming to Auburn University in May 2007. Dr. Groover is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
When not in the clinic, Dr. Groover competes in the equestrian discipline of dressage with her horse, Rochester JPD. She is a member of the United States Equestrian Federation and the United States Dressage Federation.
Dr. Groover’s clinical interests include equine gastrointestinal, lower respiratory, and renal diseases.
Review of glucocorticoid therapy in horses. Part 2: Clinical use of systemic glucocorticoids in horses. Mora Pereira, M., Groover, E., Wooldridge, A. and Caldwell, F., Equine Vet Education. doi:10.1111/eve.12624
Pathology in Practice: Osteoblastic osteosarcoma of the left paranasal sinuses of a 1 year colt. Cesar FB, Joiner KS, Albanese V, Groover ES, Waguespack RW. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2016 Apr 1;248(7):773-5. doi: 10.2460/javma.248.7.773
Review of glucocorticoid therapy in horses. Part 1: Pharmacology. R. S. Cuming, E. S. Groover, A. A. Wooldridge and F. J. Caldwell. Equine Veterinary Education. Article first published online : 17 FEB 2016, DOI: 10.1111/eve.12555
Equine haemothorax. E.S. Groover and A. A. Wooldridge. Equine Veterinary Education. (2013) 25 (10) 536-541.
Gastric and enteric phytobezoars caused by ingestion of persimmon in equids. Banse HE, Gilliam LL, House AM, McKenzie HC, Johnson PJ, Lopes MA, Carmichael RJ, Groover ES, Lacarrubba AM, Breshears MA, Brosnahan MM, Funk R, Holbrook TC. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2011 Oct 15;239(8):1110-6.
Risk factors associated with renal insufficiency in horses with primary gastrointestinal disease: 26 cases (2000-2003) E.S. Groover, A.R. Woolums, D.N. Cole and B.E. LeRoy; Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Feb 15; 228(4): 572-577, 2006.
Effect of carboxymethylcellulose and hyaluronate solutions on jejunal healing in horses R.B. Eggleston, P.O.E. Mueller, A.K. Parviainen and E.S. Groover; American Journal of Veterinary Research, May; 65(5):637-643, 2004.