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Stacy A. Semevolos
Interim Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs
Large Animal Surgery
209A Magruder Hall
Professional and Research Interests:
Dr. Stacy Semevolos has over 15 years experience in the field of comparative sports medicine and orthopedics, focusing on musculoskeletal disease, osteochondrosis and articular cartilage development of horses. Her studies explore molecular expression changes in osteochondrosis, a disease of young fast-growing horses, including two funded by the American Quarter Horse Foundation. She is also interested in orthopedic diseases affecting llamas and alpacas, including suspensory apparatus breakdown (dropped fetlocks) and the use of platelet rich plasma in treating ligament and joint injuries, with several studies funded by the Northwest Camelid Foundation.
Semevolos SA, Reed SK, Schultz LG. 2013. Evaluation of serum trace mineral, vitamin D, and sex steroid hormone concentration, and survey data in llamas and alpacas with metacarpophalangeal and metatarsophalangeal hyperextension.. American journal of veterinary research. 74(1):48-52.
Kinsley MA, Semevolos SA, Parker JE, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Huber MJ. 2013. Use of plain radiography in the diagnosis, surgical management, and postoperative treatment of obstructive urolithiasis in 25 goats and 2 sheep.. Veterinary surgery : VS. 42(6):663-8.
Riddick TL, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Semevolos SA. 2012. Gene and protein expression of cartilage canal and osteochondral junction chondrocytes and full-thickness cartilage in early equine osteochondrosis.. Veterinary journal (London, England : 1997). 194(3):319-25.
Semevolos SA, Nixon AJ, Fortier LA, Strassheim LM, Haupt J. 2006. Age-related expression of molecular regulators of hypertrophy and maturation in articular cartilage.. Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society. 24(8):1773-81.