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Jennifer Warnock, DVM, PhD, DACVS
Small Animal Surgery
287 Magruder Hall
Education and Professional Training:
- 2008 Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons
- 2008 Residency in Small Animal Surgery and PhD in Veterinary Pathobiology at University of Missouri
- 2003-2004 Surgical internships at the Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston Texas
- 2002 Small Animal rotating internship at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
- 2001 DVM from University of California, Davis
- 1997 BA in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley
Professional and Research Interests:
Dr. Warnock's clinical focus is Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery, including treatment of canine athletic bone and joint injuries, minimally invasive fracture repair, arthroscopy, spinal disk surgery, and angular limb deformity correction.
Dr. Warnock's keen interest in minimally invasive orthopedic surgery stems from the benefits that this type of surgery provides the patients: faster healing time and decreased discomfort. She uses a combination of Evidence Based Medicine and clinical experience to help her patients and their owners, as well as instruct veterinary students.
Dr. Warnock's research interest is in repair of joint trauma through Tissue Engineering, using a patient's own cells to help build new joint components.
Warnock JJ, Spina J, Bobe G, Duesterdieck-Zellmer KF, Ott J, Baltzer WI, Bay BK. 2013. Culture of canine synoviocytes on porcine intestinal submucosa scaffolds as a strategy for meniscal tissue engineering for treatment of meniscal injury in dogs.. Veterinary journal (London, England : 1997).