Equine/Large Animal

Large Animal Residents' Forum

10/25/2018
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM


Audience: Residents

Presentations:

Jose M. Casillas, DVM

Large Animal Surgery Resident
Michigan State University

Jose Casillas, DVM. Currently, second year large animal surgery resident at Michigan State University. Completed veterinary school at Colorado State University in 2016. Equine sports medicine and surgery internship at Texas Equine Hospital under the guidance of Dr. Cliff Honnas. Special interest in orthopedic surgery, sports medicine/rehabilitation and podiatry of both equine and bovine species.

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Alexandra L. Curtiss, VMD

Large Animal Surgery Resident
University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center

Alex Curtiss, VMD is currently a second year large animal surgery resident at the University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center. Dr. Curtiss received her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2014, after which she completed a 1 year hospital internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, in Lexington, KY. She then completed a rotating internship at University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center.

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Alyssa K. Doering

Texas A&M University

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Shannon M. Hinton, DVM

University of Pennsylvania

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Louis Kamus, DMV, MSc, IPSAV

Resident in Equine Surgery
University of Montreal

Dr. Louis Kamus, DMV, MSc, is currently a 3rd year resident in Large Animal Surgery at the University of Montreal. He graduated from the National Veterinary School of Lyon in France in 2013. He completed an internship at the Equine hospital of the Uniersity of Montreal in 2014 followed by a Equine Surgery internship in a private practice in Ontario (Milton Equine Hospital) in 2015. He completed a Master in Equine Wound Healing at the University of Montreal before beginning his residency.

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Sarah M. Khatibzadeh, DVM

Resident, Large Animal Surgery
VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine

Sarah M. Khatibzadeh, DVM, is a third-year Large Animal Surgical Resident at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science (2010) and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (2014) from Cornell University. She completed rotating internships in equine surgery and medicine at New England Equine Practice (Patterson, NY) and at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (Leesburg, VA) prior to beginning her residency. She is currently completing her Master of Science in the laboratory of Dr. Linda Dahlgren on in vitro investigation of tendon regeneration and healing.

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C. Jordan Kirkpatrick, DVM

Clinical Instructor- Large Animal Surgery
University of Minnesota

Dr. Jordan Kirkpatrick, DVM, completed her Large Animal Surgery residency at the University of Minnesota in July 2018. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2013. She completed an internship at Chino Valley Equine Hospital followed by a Large Animal Surgery internship at the University of Florida before beginning her residency at the University of Minnesota. She is currently a clinical instructor in Large Animal Surgery at the University of Minnesota.

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Drew W. Koch, DVM

Resident, Equine Surgery
Colorado State University

Drew Koch is currently the second-year equine surgery resident at Colorado State University. He graduated with his DVM from Colorado State University in 2016 and completed a rotating surgery and medicine internship at Pioneer Equine Hospital the following year.

His current clinical interests include orthopedic and upper respiratory surgery. His current research includes examination of the effect of bipolar radiofrequency energy on articular cartilage and the meniscus along with use of tissue engineering strategies to create novel osteochondral implants for articular resurfacing.

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Bridgette Peal, DVM

North Carolina State University

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Lynn M. Pezzanite, DVM, MS

Equine Surgery Resident
Colorado State University

Dr. Lynn Pezzanite completed an equine surgery residency at Colorado State University in July 2018 and is currently pursuing a PhD. Her research is supported by the Orthopedic Research Center and Center for Immune and Regenerative Medicine at Colorado State University.

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Hilary Callahan Rice, DVM

The Ohio State University

Hilary Rice, DVM is the current 3rd year equine surgery resident at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Hilary has special interests in orthopedic and minimally invasive surgeries.

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Ramés Salcedo Jiménez, DVM, MS

Large Animal Surgery Resident
University of Guelph

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Cole Sandow, DVM, MS

Equine Surgery Resident
Louisiana State University

Cole Sandow is a surgery associate at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. After graduation from veterinary school he completed a surgery internship at Hagyard before working at a racetrack practice in New Orleans, LA. This was followed by an internal medicine fellowship at Hagyard prior to completing an equine surgery residency and Master’s degree in Biomedical and Veterinary Clinical Sciences at LSU.

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Michelle L. Tucker, DVM

Resident
University of Saskatchewan

Currently a third year surgical resident at the University of Saskatchewan's Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Michelle has a B.S. in Biosystems Engineering and Biology from the University of Kentucky and graduated from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She completed a one year internship at Equine Medical Associates in Edmond, Oklahoma followed by a rotating equine internship at Kansas State University.

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Jesse Tyma, DVM

University of Georgia

Jesse Tyma is a large animal surgery resident at the University of Georgia. She completed her veterinary training at Cornell University and her internship training at Rhinebeck Equine.

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