- Avian and canine orthopedic and soft tissue injuries
After receiving her veterinary degree from Cornell University (CU) in 1984, Dr. Kathleen Linn completed a one-year internship at Colorado State University (CSU) and then went into private practice for three years in Jamestown, N.Y. She returned to CSU for a surgical residency and master’s degree, and in 1994, she became board certified with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
For nearly a decade, Dr. Linn held various teaching and clinical roles at CSU, CU and the University of Wisconsin before joining the WCVM faculty in 2003 as an associate professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences. She is also part of the small animal surgery team at the WCVM Veterinary Medical Centre.
Dr. Linn’s professional and research interests include avian and canine orthopedics as well as soft tissue injuries.
- BS, Allegheny College
- DVM, Cornell University
- MS, Colorado State University
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Elliot K, MacDonald-Dickinson V, Linn K, Simko E, Misra V. Increase in gene-transcript levels as indicators of up-regulation of the unfolded protein response in spontaneous canine tumors. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 2014 Jul;78(3):161-7.
- Bélanger R, Shmon CL, Gilbert PJ, Linn KA. Prevalence of circumcaval ureters and double caudal vena cava in cats. American Journal Veterinary Research. 2014 Jan;75(1):91-5.
- Dueland RT, Patricelli AJ, Adams WM, Linn KA, Crump PM, 2010. "Canine Hip Dysplasia Treated by Juvenile Pubic Symphysiodesis: Part 1 – Two Year Results of Computer Tomography and Distraction Index." Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedic and Traumatology, 23, 306-317.
- Dueland RT, Patricelli AJ, Adams WM, Linn KA, Crump PM, 2010. "Canine Hip Dysplasia Treated by Juvenile Pubic Symphysiodesis: Part 2 – Two Year Clinical Results." Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedic and Traumatology, 23, 318-325.
- Gilbert P, Shmon CL, Linn KA, Singh B, 2010. "Macroscopic and Microvascular Blood Supply of the Canine Common Calcanean Tendon." Veterinary Comp Ortho Traumatology, 23(2), 81-86.