Dr. MaryAnn Radlinsky
DVM, MS, DACVS-SA
MaryAnn Radlinsky (Rad) graduated from Cornell University. She completed her internship and surgical residency at Texas A&M University. Following her training, she practiced in Pennsylvania for a year before returning to academia. She was a soft tissue surgeon at Kansas State University for 5 years and then at the University of Georgia for 12 years.
Her research interests were in the development of many open and minimally invasive techniques. She was an early developer and adopter of procedures in sternally recumbent surgery, chylothorax, and urinary tract interventions.
She performs soft tissue surgery exclusively and is keen to provide education to veterinarians, technicians, staff, and clients. She has spoken internationally, nationally, and locally and has many research publications. She is an editor for multiple chapters in one of the most utilized veterinary surgery textbooks in the world, Fossum’s Small Animal Surgery.
In her spare time, Dr. Rad enjoys her time in the saddle with her draft cross and outings with her Cheetoh cat.