Jason Bleedorn, DVM, DACVS, University of Wisconsin–Madison
JASON BLEEDORN, DVM, MS, DACVS (Small Animal), is a clinical assistant professor in small animal orthopedics at University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he instructs residents, interns, and veterinary students and conducts clinical research. He earned his DVM from University of Illinois and his MS in biomedical sciences from University of Wisconsin–Madison. He completed a rotating internship at Purdue University, a surgery internship at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center, and a small animal surgery residency at University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research interests include biomechanics and augmentation of fracture healing, imaging assessment and treatment of bone deformities, 3-dimensional printing for surgical planning, limb salvage of bone tumors, and mechanisms of cruciate ligament disease in dogs.
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