Small Animal

Round Table Discussion: 3-D Printing for Veterinary Surgeons

Saturday, October 14
1:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Location: Room 101/102

Derek B. Fox, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Professor, Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery
University of Missouri

Dr. Fox is a Professor of Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery and Chief of the Small Animal Surgery Service at the University of Missouri’s Veterinary Health Center. He graduated veterinary school from Michigan State University in 1998, after which he completed an internship, surgical residency and PhD at the University of Missouri, becoming faculty in 2004. He teaches courses and lectures on a variety of topics regarding small animal orthopedic surgery both nationally and internationally. Dr. Fox’s special research interest is in limb alignment and deformity correction. He has authored or co-authored 50 peer reviewed papers, 8 text book chapters and numerous abstracts. He pioneered the use of the Center of Rotation of Angulation methodology for the quantification and pre-surgical planning of angular limb deformities in dogs. He also has a special interest in sports medicine and injuries in canine athletes including agility and herding dogs. He is a member of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Orthopedic Society and AO.

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Laurent P. Guiot, DVM, DECVS, DACVS-SA

Orthopedic Surgeon
ACCESS Bone & Joint Center, ACCESS Animal Hospitals

Dr. Guiot obtained his degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Liege (Belgium) in 2004 and completed a general internship in small animal medicine and surgery in the same institution. He then worked for one year in Paris where he was in charge of the general surgery program. He rejoined academia in 2006 as an international surgical fellow at Michigan State University where is also completed a three years residency program with emphasis in orthopedic surgery. He became boarded of the American and European College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2011.
Following his residency, Dr. Guiot became an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery in the department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences and an attending orthopedic surgeon in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Michigan State University. He was then recruited to lead the creation of a new orthopedic surgery facility for the Ohio State University in Dublin, Ohio. During his tenure for OSU, he and his colleague (Dr. Reunan Guillou), developed a comprehensive total joint replacement center and performed the first TATE elbow replacement in Ohio. More recently, they both moved to Los Angeles, California to start the ACCESS Bone & Joint Center within a pre-existing multispecialty hospital. Their goal there is to create a state of the art facility dedicated to the treatment or orthopedic conditions.

Dr. Guiot's major interest is orthopedic trauma and minimally invasive orthopedic surgery. He and others collaborate to improve patient care though the development of surgical techniques, instrumentation, and implants. He routinely presents his work at international venues and he is an active member of major national and international orthopedic programs including the Veterinary Orthopedic Society, the AO (association for study of orthopedics) and the Orthopedic Research Society.

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Denis J. Marcellin-Little, DEDV, DACVS, DACVSMR

Professor, Orthopedic Surgery
North Carolina State University

Dr. Marcellin-Little is a French-born veterinarian who is board certified in surgery and in sports medicine and rehabilitation. Having recently moved from North Carolina State University, he now teaches at the University of California, Davis. He has a clinical interest in the management of limb deformities and in joint replacement. The main focus of his research is the use of bioengineering resources to better understand and manage specific orthopedic problems.

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Denis J. Marcellin-Little, DEDV, DACVS, DACVSMR

Professor, Orthopedic Surgery
North Carolina State University

Dr. Marcellin-Little is a French-born veterinarian who is board certified in surgery and in sports medicine and rehabilitation. Having recently moved from North Carolina State University, he now teaches at the University of California, Davis. He has a clinical interest in the management of limb deformities and in joint replacement. The main focus of his research is the use of bioengineering resources to better understand and manage specific orthopedic problems.

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