Francisco Rodriguez, D.V.M.
Large Animal Surgery
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
1994Doctor of Veterinary MedicineColorado State UniversityFort Collins, CO
1990Bachelor of Science in Veterinary ScienceUniversity of NevadaReno, NV
Principal Fields of Interest
- Developmental orthopedic disease (DOD)
- Articular pathophysiology
- Emergency surgery
2017 – PresentClinical Instructor of Large Animal SurgeryVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
2016 – 20174th-Year Resident/Clinical Instructor (LAS)Veterinary Population Medicine DepartmentUniversity of MinnesotaSt. Paul, MN
2012 – 2016Associate Professor (LAMS)School of Veterinary MedicineSt. Matthew’s UniversitySt. George, GC, CI
2006 – 2012Practitioner-OwnerStateline Equine Practice, L.L.C.Beloit, WI
2005 – 2006Associate PractitionerJanesville Animal Medical Center, L.L.C.Janesville, WI
2001 – 2005Lecturer (LAS)Department of Large Animal Medicine and SurgeryTexas A&M UniversityCollege Station, TX
1997 – 2001Resident (ACVS)Department of Veterinary Medicine and SurgeryUniversity of Missouri, Columbia, MO
1997 – 1999Resident (ABVP)Department of Veterinary Medicine and SurgeryUniversity of Missouri, Columbia, MO
1996 – 1997Associate PractitionerFox Valley Equine Practice, P.C.Batavia, IL
1995 – 1996Intern (Equine)Illinois Equine Hospital & ClinicNaperville, IL
1994 – 1995Intern (Food Animal)Department of Veterinary Medicine and SurgeryUniversity of Missouri, Columbia, MO
- Rodriguez F.C., Kramer, J., Fales, W.H., Wilson, D.A., Keegan K.G. Evaluation of Intraoperative Culture Results as a Predictor for Short-Term Incisional Complications in 49 Horses Undergoing Abdominal Surgery. Veterinary Therapeutics, Winter 2009; E1-E13.
- Rodriguez, F.C. Equine gastric impactions. Equis Vetstream. Vetstream Ltd., Bartlow, Cambridge, UK, March 1, 2003.