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Cornell University Equine Hospital

Cornell University Equine Hospital

College of Veterinary Medicine
NY 14853 Ithaca
USA
www.vet.cornell.edu/hospital/Services/Equine/Orthopedic

Lisa Fortier
+1 2533102
laf4@cornell.edu

Data on Clinical/Research Center

We are a Clinical Center: yes
We are a Research Center: yes
We are both: yes
In University Programme: yes
Private Practice Programme: no
Primary Language: English
Secondary Language: French

Please provide a general description of your program:

The Cornell University Equine Hospital is a specialty center for advanced treatment of sport horse injuries. Faculty surgeons drive innovation in cartilage repair, diagnosis and therapeutics to prevent early post-traumatic cartilage injury, and develope new arthroscopic procedures.

Training/Techniques are available

Approximate Annual Case Volumes

Knee Procedures: 250
Hip Procedures: 5
Foot & Ankle Procedures: 5
Shoulder Procedures: 500
Advanced Cartilage Repair techniques: 50

Opportunities, Experiences and Location of the Teaching Center

Scientific Research Opportunities Available:

Opportunities in basic laboratory science as well as translational approaches to cartilage and meniscal repair are available.

Describe your participation in past ICRS educational, hosting or society events

Faculty has participated in ICRS basic science educational workshops and host an annual advanced arthroscopic techniques event which is based on clinically applicable cartilage repair procedures using the horse as a clinical patient and animal model for procedures in human patients

Can your center provide free or reduced-cost accommodation through your institute?

no

Reccomend affordable accomodation near the institute:

Several faculty host visiting scholars with accomodations as available.

Nearest Airport to your institution is

ithaca, NY. 2 miles from the veterinary college

Any other important information thath you would like to add

Faculty at Cornell are world leaders in translational medicine with respect to cartilage repair and biologics for the treatment of sports injuries.

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