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Associate Professor Mark Glyde

Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital
Associate Professor, Small Animal Surgery
Murdoch University, Perth
Mark Glyde BVSc MACVSc MVS HDipUTL DiplomateECVS

Mark is Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Murdoch University and heads the busy orthopaedic and neurosurgery referral service.
Mark was in small animal practice for 11 years and a practice partner for five years before he completed his residency and Masters Degree in small animal surgery at Melbourne University in 1997. Since then he has worked in orthopaedic and neurosurgery referral service in university teaching hospitals at University of Liverpool and University College Dublin before coming to Murdoch in 2006.

Mark holds a Masters degree in Veterinary Surgery, is a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal surgery, a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons and is an Australian, European and RCVS registered specialist small animal surgeon.

Mark is an internationally recognised and awarded teacher with a passion for training veterinary undergraduates and postgraduate veterinarians. He is actively involved in the provision of continuing education to veterinarians nationally and internationally and has presented courses in small animal orthopaedics in Europe, UK, USA, throughout Asia and Australia.

Mark’s main clinical interests are in small animal lameness, minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery, fracture repair, arthroscopy, hip replacements and angular limb deformity correction. Mark is the Chair of AOVET Asia Pacific and is on the AOVET International Board and the AOVET Education Commission. AOVET (AOVET.org) is a part of the AO Foundation (AOFoundation.org), an international not for profit foundation charged with clinical education, research and development in human and veterinary surgery internationally. Mark is also Chair of the Australian Veterinary Pain Advisory Council (VPAC).

His main research interests are in fracture and implant biomechanics, particularly minimally invasive fracture repair and in veterinary kinetics of agility and sporting dogs.

m.glyde@murdoch.edu.au / surgery@murdoch.edu.au