Small Animal Clinical Sciences Faculty

Noah Pavlisko, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVAA

Assistant Professor
Veterinary Anesthesiology
Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences

Education

  • 2014
    Master of Science, Veterinary Medicine
    Virginia-Maryland Colleger of Veterinary Medicine
    Blacksburg, VA
  • 2010
    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
    Western University of Health Sciences
    Pomona, CA
  • 2004
    Bachelor of Arts, Biology and Psychology
    University of Rochester
    Rochester, NY

Board Certification

  • American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia

Research Interests & Experience

  • Tissue oxygen saturation
  • Influence of anesthesia on microvascular circulation
  • Ultrasound-guided catheter placement

Professional Experience

  • 2014-present
    Assistant Professor, Veterinary Anesthesiology
    Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences
    VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine
    Blacksburg, VA
  • 2011-2014
    Anesthesia Resident
    Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences
    VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine
    Blacksburg, VA
  • 2010-2011
    Rotating Equine Internship
    Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center
    Ringoes, NJ

Honors & Awards

  • 2016
    Class of 2016 Outstanding Instructor Award
  • 2014
    DC Academy Companion Animal Resident Award
  • 2014
    Outstanding Presentation, VA-MD Vet Med Research Symposium
  • 2013
    ACVA SurgiVet Abstract Award - Honorable Mention
  • 2013
    Virginia Tech Outstanding Masters Student

Selected Publications

  1. Pavlisko ND, Killos M, Riccó C, Henao-Guerrero N. Evaluation of tissue oxygen saturation (StO2) with near-infrared spectroscopy during hypoxemia and hyperoxemia in beagles. Vet Anaesth Analg. 2016 Jan; 43(1); 18-26.
  2. Pavlisko ND, Henao-Guerrero NP, Killos M, Riccó C, Shih AC, Bandt C, Werre S. Evaluation of tissue oxygen saturation with near-infrared spectroscopy during experimental acute hemorrhagic shock and resuscitation in dogs. Am J Vet Res. 2014 Jan; 75(1): 48-53.