Veterinary Orthopedic Society News
April 2018 - In This Issue:
VOS 2018 conference attendees in Snowmass Village_ Colorado
VOS 2018 Conference attendees (from left) Aaron Shaw, Drs. Kristin Kirkby Shaw, Cara Blake, Janet Van Dyke, Gail Smith, Karyl Hurley, and Mich Powers enjoy a beautiful day of skiing at Snowmass Village, Colorado.
A Fantastic Conference in Snowmass Village, Colorado!

Dear VOS members,
I hope that everyone is having a terrific 2018 so far and that spring is starting to bring nice weather to you. Many of us are getting back in the routine after attending a fantastic VOS Conference in Snowmass Village, Colorado. The snow was in good shape and we had 5 inches of fresh powder Thursday night to top it off. Thanks to Alan Cross, Penny Smith and Maralyn Probst for the thorough logistics planning. Reunan Guillou and José Garcia-Lopez put together a great scientific program. The rest of the board also helped make this a great meeting.

VOS board members
VOS 2017-18 board members: From left, Rich Evans, Matt Stewart, Reunan Guillou, José Garcia-Lopez, Nina Kieves, Katja Lin, Alan Cross, Jeff Godwin, Raviv Balfour, Dick Lau, Jonathan Suber, Cheryl Tano, and Maralyn Probst
On behalf of the VOS, I want to thank Alan Cross for the great job he did leading our organization for the past year. I also want to recognize the retiring Board members: Rich Evans, Reunan Guillou, Katja Lin, Matt Stewart and Jonathan Suber. You all did a great job for the VOS and we really appreciate your service.

Our new board members are Janet Van Dyke (President-Elect), Jen Warnock (Communications Chair), Caleb Hudson (Scientific Program Assistant Chair), Jason Syrcle (Awards Chair), and Ashlee Watts (Research Chair). The best part of serving on the VOS Board is getting to work with all of the fine people that make up the leadership of this organization. I look forward to continuing that this year.

One thing that I would like to focus on this year is improving the value of membership, particularly to members that can't make it to the Conference every year. Those who attend the Conference get a lot out of the VOS. And as members, we get a discounted registration. But did you realize that about 50% of our members every year don't make it to the Conference? There are some benefits to non-attendees already, such as some of the features of our newsletter, but I would like to improve the value of membership to all members. I welcome any ideas you may have.

Another big goal is to pull off a fantastic 2019 Conference. We are already well on our way in the planning process and I am very excited about it. Here are some reasons why:
  • The location - Next year's conference will be in Breckenridge, Colorado. That has been one of our most popular locations. You fly right into Denver and drive or take a shuttle up to the resort. The mountain is fantastic with 5 peaks, large bowls and terrain for every level of skier and boarder. There is also a lot to do for non-skiers. The town of Breckenridge is a lot of fun. It has great shopping and a lot of really great restaurants. Plus there is the Breckenridge Bourbon Distillery. What more could you want?
  • Beaver Run is the name of the Conference Center. We are going to have room on the fourth floor for both the General Session, the equine session and the exhibitors. The staff there is quite knowledgeable and have been there for a long time. It doesn't have the corporate feel that some other places do. They really want to make sure we have a great Conference because they want to see the VOS meeting back as much as possible.
  • The lodging - Beaver Run also has all of the lodging types that we need. Whether you want a hotel room, suite or condo, Beaver Run will have it.
  • The picnic will be at the Maggie, right at the base next to Beaver Run. It is easy for non-skiers to walk to, and skiers can jump right on the lift after lunch to get back on the mountain. We have the flexibility of having the picnic inside or outside depending on the weather.
  • The dates - We are moving the meeting a month earlier, from February 9 to 16 - which should give us excellent snow conditions.
Jeff Godwin One other meeting I should mention is the World Veterinary Orthopedic Congress, which will be in Barcelona, Spain from September 12-15 of this year. The planning committee has scheduled 191 sessions which include topics such as feline fracture management, regenerative medicine, shoulder lameness, limb deformities, stifle surgery, sports medicine and rehabilitation to name a few. It is a beautiful city and this gives you a great excuse/reason to go there. Forty percent of the invited speakers are VOS members, so join us there.

Thanks again for allowing me the privilege and honor of serving as VOS President. Let me know if you have ideas for the organization, if you would be interested in serving on the Board of Directors, or if I can help you in any way. And I'll see you in Breckenridge in February.
Jeff Godwin

Even though we just finished the 2018 Conference, we're already looking forward to next year!
VOS 2019 Conference 
February 9-16, 2019    
Breckenridge, Colorado 
Save the dates, and join us next year in Breckenridge! Registration will open in the fall, and we will also provide links to make lodging and travel reservations.

Abstract Deadline: Abstracts for the 2019 Conference are due October 15, 2018.
For travel questions, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of, at or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.
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Breckenridge mountain view
Photo courtesy of Breckenridge Ski Resort.

Jeff Godwin
Alan Cross
Past President
Janet Van Dyke
President Elect
Raviv Balfour
Jen Warnock
Cheryl Tano 
Advertising / Publicity / Sponsor Chair
José M. Garcia-Lopez
Scientific Program
Caleb Hudson
Scientific Program, Assistant Chair
Jason Syrcle 
Ashlee Watts 
Nina Kieves 
Exhibit Chair
Richard "Dick" Lau
Director, Education Foundation
Wanda Gordon-Evans 
Assistant Director, Education Foundation 
Maralyn R. Probst
Executive Secretary


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Telephone: 720-335-6051   






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2019 46th Annual VOS Conference
February 9-16, 2019
Breckenridge, Colorado

2020 47th Annual VOS Conference 
February 1-8, 2020
Sun Valley, Idaho 

2021 48th Annual VOS Conference 
February 13-20, 2021
Big Sky, Montana  
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We are looking for advice to pass on to those who are interviewing for their first jobs as surgeons. If you have any advice as someone that has recently interviewed for their first job or has had to interview people for their first job, please email Jen Warnock, Communication Chair, at We will share responses in an upcoming newsletter article.
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VOS members are eligible for a discounted subscription to the Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology (VCOT) journal. VCOT is the official journal for 11 organizations, one of which is VOS.

Learn more about VCOT.

The VCOT journal offers two types of subscriptions to VOS members:

Premium member subscription - $149: Printed copies & online access to current issues and archive back to 1988.

Standard member subscription - $133: Printed copies & online access to the current issues and 9 years archive. 

Note: You must be a VOS member in good standing to subscribe to the VCOT journal through VOS. VOS annual dues of $110 ($25 for Interns and Residents) must be paid to receive these rates.

Please note that individual subscriptions are limited to online access by one person only. PIN will be issued by publisher.

Subscriptions include 6 issues and usually start with Issue 1 or Issue 4, depending on payment date. If you have questions about VCOT subscriptions, please contact Maralyn Probst at . 

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VOS members and non-members are encouraged to post classified ads in the VOS newsletter and website. Please send us your job openings, residencies, internships and other notices so we can help publicize these opportunities to the veterinary orthopedic community.

VOS members: Classified ads are free and will be posted for 3 newsletter issues. Please contact the VOS office at if you wish to renew your ad.

Non-members: The fee for non-members is $135 for text ads and $150 for ads with a logo. Ads will be posted for 3 newsletter issues. (Non-members are also encouraged to join VOS and post their ads for free!)

Each classified ad is limited to 100 words and should include a web link or email address so applicants may respond directly to you. Ads also may include a small logo (please submit your logo as a JPG, PNG, EPS or PDF file with your text).

Please submit all classified ads to Maralyn Probst, Executive Secretary, at All classified ads are subject to board approval.

Congratulations to the winners of our "best" awards and our research grant recipients!
  • Best Research Podium Presentation: "Double-Blinded, Placebo Controlled Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of Intravenous Allogeneic Adipose Stromal Cell Therapy for Canine Osteoarthritis" - Dr. Kristina Kiefer
  • Best Clinical Podium Presentation: "Effect of Bidirectional Insertion of External Skeletal Fixation Pins on Axial Pullout Strength in Canine Cadaveric Bone" - Dr. Jane Park
  • Best Bloomberg Presentation: "Effect of Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy (PAUL) on Thoracic Limb Alignment in a Canine Ex Vivo Simulated Weight-Bearing Model" - Dr. Kayla Corriveau
  • Best Poster Presentation: "Biomechanical Comparison of 3.5mm SOP and Cortical Pearl Systems in a Simulated Fracture Gap Model and the Effect Plate Bending on Screw Push Out" - Dr. Giovanni Tremolada
  • VOS Education Foundation Student/Intern Award: "Retrospective Evaluation of Femoral Stem Subsidence in Patients Undergoing Cementless Total Hip Replacement"- Dr. Megan Mitchell
  • Hohn-Johnson Research Award: Evaluation of Antimicrobial Limb Perfusion in Dogs - Dr. Jason Bleedorn
  • Wade O. Brinker Resident Research Award: Cranial Cruciate Ligament Replacement in Adult Cattle: Design and ex vivo Biomechanical Evaluation of an Innovative Braided Super-Elastic Nitinol Prosthesis - Dr. Caroline Constant
Bloomberg award recipients
From left: Melissa MacIver, Kayla Corriveau, Lynn Pezzanite, Allen Simon, Leah McGlinchey, Cole Sandow, and Karen Beste.
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the Mark Bloomberg Resident Research Award:
  • Dr. Karen Beste - "Intramedullary, Interlocking Nail Fixation Alone or in Combination with a Cranial Bone Plate to Repair Diaphyseal Femur Fractures in 16 Foals Weighing Less than 250kg (1993-2016)"
  • Dr. Kayla Corriveau - "Effect of Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy (PAUL) on Thoracic Limb Alignment in a Canine Ex Vivo Simulated Weight-Bearing Model"
  • Dr. Melissa MacIver - "Development of a 3D Type I Collagen Assay to Evaluate Chondrogenesis of Canine Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells"
  • Dr. Leah McGlinchey - "An Objective Assessment of the Effect of Desensitizing the Median Nerve on Lameness Originating from the Cubital Joint"
  • Dr. Lynn Pezzanite - "Equine Mesenchymal Stem Cells Possess Antimicrobial Properties"
  • Dr. Cole Sandow - "Evaluation of the Short-Term Effects of Intra-Articular Administration of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Horses with Experimentally Induced Synovitis"
  • Dr. Allen Simon - "Biomechanical Comparison of Three Lumbosacral Stabilizing Implant Devices in Canine Cadavers"
Thank you to all the donors who supported resident research training and scientific discovery. These doctors are the future of veterinary orthopedics!

The 2018 Mark Bloomberg Resident Research Award Sponsors were:
VOS 2018 ski race
by Jonathan Suber
Awards Chair, 2017-18

This year's race was well attended with 55 racers and sponsored again by BioMedtrix. New race pinnies seemed to be a huge hit! A special shout-out to past presidents Rob Goring, Dick Lau, Dennis Law, Steve Peterson and Mike Conzemius for racing.

The women's Acetabular Cup winner was Muriel Lüscher, and the men's Acetabular Cup winner was Dirk Siemers.

In a rematch from last year, Owen Stanclift defeated younger brother and last year's winner, Wyatt Stanclift.

And congratulations to the winner of this year's Sam Franklin Turtle Award for the slowest down the mountain: Alan Cross.

Please join us next year in Breckenridge!

Race Winners:
Fastest Girl: Fynley Smith
Fastest Boy: Owen Stanclift
Women's Acetabular Cup: Muriel Lüscher
Men's Acetabular Cup: Dirk Siemers
Women's over 40: Rebecca Stanclift
Men's over 40: Sebastian Knell
Men's over 60: James Miles
Sam Franklin Turtle Award: Alan Cross
We could not host our annual conference without the incredible support we receive from our friends at these generous companies. When making purchasing decisions, keep in mind who has helped you to remain current on the science of veterinary orthopedics!  
The Veterinary Orthopedic Society Board of Directors wishes to recognize the generous support of our sponsors:
Click on the names of sponsors and exhibitors to visit their websites.
VOS Past Presidents
VOS 2019 Conference promotional slideAre you speaking at a meeting in the months ahead? Advertising/Sponsor Chair Cheryl Tano has created a PowerPoint slide that you can insert into your presentation to promote the VOS 2019 Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado.

After you have downloaded the slide, insert it into your presentation, and encourage everyone to join you at the VOS 2019 Conference!
Pearl of wisdom Do you have a surgical tip or trick you have figured out, or pearls of wisdom you would like to share? The VOS newsletter wants to get you published and share your wisdom! Send your name and practice location, and your pearl of wisdom, and any helpful photos or images, and we will publish it in the VOS newsletter. At the end of the year, the best bit of wisdom will win a $100 discount off the conference registration for the 2019 VOS meeting. Send your entries to
WVOC logoDear VOS Membership,

The VOS/2018 WVOC Committee is continuing to prepare for the 5th World Veterinary Orthopaedic Congress to be held in Barcelona, Spain, September 12-15, 2018.

Presentation topics will include Feline Joint Disease, Canine Shoulder and Elbow Diseases, Fracture Management, Equine Orthopedics, Lumbo-Sacral Disease, Onco Surgery of the Musculoskeletal System, Regenerative Medicine, Ligament and Tendon Surgery, Musculoskeletal Research Advancements; to name just a few! Please go to for updates on the final program, information on registration, lodging and travel.
Finally, for those members who are scheduled to present at various veterinary meetings between now and the 2018 WVOC, please include this slide at the end of your talks to advertise for the upcoming WVOC. This practice has helped us to achieve maximum exposure for the Congress in the past!
WVOC slide 
(click on the image above to download the slide)
We hope you will consider attending what is expected to be a fantastic meeting, in a beautiful city and country, and at a most excellent time of the year! We also hope that we will have very good VOS membership representation at the Congress next year as well. Thank you all and please contact the VOS office at if you have any questions.
Your VOS/WVOC Planning Committee
Steve Martinez, Chair  
Dan Lewis 
Kurt Schulz  
Mario Cabrera  
Alan Cross  
Jeff Godwin  
Rich Evans   
In this issue, we are featuring a key sponsor of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society. We will have more sponsor profiles in upcoming issues. To submit your company's information for a Spotlight profile, please contact Dr. Cheryl Tano, VOS sponsor chair.

Respond Systems logoLocation:
Branford, Connecticut
What year was the company started?
What products / services does your company offer?
Respond Systems, Inc (RSI) has been manufacturing both cold laser and PEMF therapy in the USA for over 30 years.
What should Veterinary Orthopedic Society members know about your company?
As a leader in development and research, RSI's mission is to improve the lives of animals through two of the most effective, versatile, and non-invasive therapy modalities on the market today. One of our goals is to limit post-surgical complications and improve recovery time. Many studies have pointed to the anti-inflammatory effects of both PEMF and laser therapy, and recent studies have indicated decreased time to ambulation post-surgery as well as improvements nerve regeneration and success in preventing features related to the articular degeneration process post ACLT.
Can you tell us about any new products or services your company is developing?
In our effort to continue to support the veterinary markets needs, we are releasing a new Class 4 therapy laser in July of 2018, the Aurora. Featuring the most effective wavelengths on the market for penetration and efficacy, the Aurora's laser probes are individually crafted to deliver the optimal wavelength in the most effective manner. With a portable size and battery back-up, the laser can easily be moved from the surgical suite to the rehabilitation clinic. By combining such effective hardware with one of the most comprehensive libraries of built-in protocols, the Aurora invokes confidence in each user from day one that their treatment will be as effective as possible. Topping it all off with the most intuitive and state-of-the-art touch screen delivery system, the Aurora will be the most sought-after Class 4 therapy laser on the market today.

For more information about Respond Systems' Aurora laser or any of the other PEMF or laser therapy systems, please visit us at, email or call 1-800-722-1228. We are your partner in therapy!

Respond Systems Aurora Laser_ PEMF bed
Left: Aurora laser. Right: PEMF bed.


Faculty Position in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery, Colorado State University VTH, Fort Collins, Colorado
The James L. Voss Colorado State University VTH will be offering an annually renewable clinical faculty position in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery. This special-appointment Clinical Instructor position is designed for ACVS board-eligible veterinarians as a minimum requirement, but preference will be given for ACVS or ECVS board-certified veterinarians. The salary is commensurate with qualifications. The desired starting date is July 31, 2018 or as soon thereafter as is achievable. Fort Collins is a vibrant college town and one of America's most livable communities. For further inquiries please contact Ross Palmer at: (970-980-4162) or Clara Goh at: (970-402-8161).


Assistant/Associate Professor in Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery/Minimally Invasive Surgery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
The Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) is seeking applications for a full-time, 100% Clinical or Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Small Animal Soft Tissue and Minimally Invasive Surgery. Qualifications include a DVM degree or equivalent and have completed residency training. Preference will be given to candidates with ACVS certification, advanced degree(s), a track record in scholarship, or prior research training. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply and view the full position announcement applicants should visit


Assistant/Associate Professor in Small Animal Surgery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
The Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) is seeking applications for a full-time, 100% Clinical or Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Small Animal Surgery. Qualifications include a DVM degree or equivalent and have achieved ACVS board certification or completed residency training. Preference will be given to candidates with ACVS certification, advanced degree(s), a track record in scholarship, or prior research training. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To apply and view the full position announcement applicants should visit


Assistant/Associate Professor in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The University of Illinois is seeking a Clinical-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care. The successful candidate must have a DVM degree or equivalent, and have achieved ACVECC board certification or have completed residency training and have credentials accepted by ACVECC by the start date of the position. Preference will be given to candidates with ACVECC certification, advanced degree(s), a track record in scholarship, or prior research training. To view the full position announcement, application date, salary information and submit an application, visit:


Surgeon, Center for Animal Referral and Emergency Services (CARES), Langhorne, PA
The Center for Animal Referral and Emergency Services (CARES) is seeking a board-certified surgeon or an individual who has completed surgery residency training to join our team!
We have a highly skilled support staff, value a team approach and encourage a strong culture of mentorship.
CARES is located in Langhorne, PA, just north of Philadelphia and south of Princeton and New York City.
We offer a generous benefits package and will consider both full- and part-time applicants.
Please contact David Puerto DVM, DACVS, Chief of Surgery, at or (215) 750-2774. Please visit our website at!


Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center Small Animal Surgeon, Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center, Omaha, NE
Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center is searching for a motivated, energetic, team-oriented surgeon to join our team. Full time and locum opportunities are available.
Sirius Vet is the first clinic of its kind in Omaha, NE. We provide top notch orthopedic care to the over 1.5 million prospective clients and 300 plus veterinarians in the Omaha metropolitan area. Our state-of-the-art surgical center allows us to focus our case selection and provide superior treatment while "helping return four-legged athletes to their peak performance".
If you are interested in knowing more about Sirius Vet, check out or contact Dr. Chris Horstman at 402-934-1332 or


Boarded Surgeon, Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center
Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center, a privately owned, primary care, 24/7 emergency and specialty practice (established 1958) is seeking a boarded surgeon. OPVMC's busy surgery department has a diverse caseload. We have eighteen emergency/general practitioners and a surgery residency trained DVM; our boarded team consists of one surgeon, two internists, an oncologist, a behavior specialist, remote radiologist and clinical pathologist.
Our remodeled 22,000 sq. ft facility has digital radiography, endoscopy, cystoscopy, ultrasound, Cubex, onsite laboratory, CT and paper-lite EMR.
$30,000 signing bonus!
If interested send CV to Kevin Kumrow, DVM,
For more information:


Small Animal Surgeon, Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center
Small Animal Surgeon needed to join our busy, state of the art hospital in the heart of Summerlin, a vibrant community nestled between Red Rock Conservation Area and the Las Vegas Strip. You will be joining four other surgeons at an established practice that has a 1.5 T MRI, a 16 slice CT scanner, two arthroscopy towers, fluoroscopy, rehabilitation and 6 operating rooms between two facilities. You will be part of a team that includes two internists, three oncologists, an anesthesiologist, cardiologist, neurologist, ophthalmologist and two criticalists. We offer a competitive compensation package. Interested parties should send their CVs to


Board-Certified Surgeons or Individuals Who Completed Surgery Residency Training, BluePearl Veterinary Partners
BluePearl Veterinary Partners is seeking board-certified surgeons or individuals who have completed surgery residency training. FT and Locum opportunities available. BluePearl has a sole focus on specialty and emergency care and is one of the largest private employers of veterinary specialists. With more than 65 hospitals stretching from the redwoods of the Pacific Northwest to the skyscrapers of the Northeast, we have an opportunity where you want to be!
BluePearl is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For details, go to


Surgeon, VCA Animal Specialty and Emergency Center, West Los Angeles
VCA Animal Specialty and Emergency Center is seeking a Surgeon to join our multi-doctor team of board-certified specialists.
Candidates should have a strong interest in soft tissue, orthopedic, spinal and minimally invasive surgeries as well as an interest in the teaching and training of the resident and interns.
Located in West Los Angeles, VCA ASEC is the largest veterinary surgical group in Southern California with five individual operating rooms, digital radiography with fluoroscopy, a 16-slice GE helical CT scanner, C-arm with digital subtraction, Arthrex tower for all minimally invasive general and orthopedic procedures.
If interested, email

Thank you to our sponsors and advertisers for supporting the Veterinary Orthopedic Society!
CSU August 2018 arthroscopic surgery courses
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