Dr. Gert J. Breur

Gert J. Breur

Professor of Small Animal Surgery
Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Phone: 765.494.1128
Fax: 765.496.1108
Email: breur@purdue.edu

About

Dr. Breur is a small animal orthopedic/neurosurgeon, educator and researcher in the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, and director of the Center for Comparative Translational Research and the Pre-clinical Research Laboratory

Discovery

Dr. Breur's research focuses on the musculoskeletal system with a special emphasis on arthritis, biocompatibility of orthopedic implants, canine gait and gait analysis and pediatric orthopedic diseases.

Learning

Dr. Breur teaches in the DVM and the veterinary technician curriculum, as well as in graduate courses in the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Engagement

Dr. Breur is contributing to continuing education on a national and international level. He has a strong interest in international veterinary surgery and is an adjunct professor at Madras Veterinary College in Chennai, India. He maintains a listing of canine and feline musculoskeletal diseases with a genetic etiology.

Education

  • 1990 - PhD | University of Wisconsin
  • 1986 - MS | Michigan State University
  • 1985 - Residency (Small Animal Surgery) | Michigan State University
  • 1982 - Internship (Small Animal Medicine & Surgery) | Michigan State University
  • 1980 - Dierenarts (DVM) | State University of Utrecht, the Netherlands

Certification

Diplomate | American College of Veterinary Surgeons, 1994

Specialist - Companion Animal Surgery | Royal Netherlands Veterinary Association, 1992

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