Alberto Gines

Alberto Gines

Assistant Professor of Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery

Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences

LSU School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

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Laboratory for 3D Printing and Regenerative Medicine

Education

MS, University of Carlos III (Spain)

DVM, University of Extremadura (Spain)

Certifications

Diplomate, European College of Veterinary Surgeons

Research Interest

The laboratory for 3D printing and Regenerative medicine is a laboratory focussed on the design and development of new alternatives to standard treatment solutions. There are different areas of research that we are currently working on: 3D printing of custom devices, 3D bioprinting and evaluation of the Platelet-Rich Plasma in regenerative medicine. 

Teaching Interest

Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery  

3D printing and bioprinting in orthopedics

Clinical Interest

Arthroscopy

Joint surgery

Fracture management

Regenerative medicine

Awards & Honors

2021, Dean's Teacher Merit Honor Roll Year II

2021, Mark Bloomberg Resident Research Award (Mentor)

2021, 3st prize winner for poster presentation Phi Zeta Research Competition (co-author)

2020, 1st price Small Animal Resident's forum best research presentation (co-author)

2020, 1st prize winner for poster presentation Phi Zeta Research Competition (co-author)

2019, Dean's Teacher Merit Honor Roll Year IV

Publications

Effect of Sedation on the Neurological Examination of the Patellar and Withdrawal Reflexes in Healthy Dogs, Horsley, Kristen; Olby, Natasha; Mitchell, Mark; Aulakh, Karanvir; Gines, Alberto, 2021, Frontiers in Veterinary Science , Number: https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2021.664150

Effect of orthopedic examination on lameness scores in dogs with elbow dysplasia, Aulakh, Karanvir; Dongaonkar, Kaustubh; Barnes, Kate; Gines, Alberto; Bordelon, Jude; Hulse, Don; Liu, Chin Chi, 2020, Veterinary Surgery Journal , Number: VSU-19-211

Details in the diagnosis of growth plate fractures, Gines, Alberto, 2020, Clinica Veterinaria de Pequeños Animales , Volume: 40, Number: 3, Pages: 163-167

Effect of sedation or general anesthesia on elbow goniometry and thoracic limb circumference measurements in dogs with naturally occurring elbow osteoarthritis., Clarke, E; Aulakh, Karanvir; Hudson, C; Barnes, Kate; Gines, Alberto; Liu, C; Aulakh, Harmeet, 2020, Veterinary surgery : VS , Volume: 49, Number: 7, Pages: 1428-1436

Influence of orthopedic examination on lameness scores and interobserver and intraobserver agreement in dogs with naturally occurring elbow osteoarthritis., Aulakh, Karanvir; Dongaonkar, K; Barnes, Kate; Gines, Alberto; Bordelon, Jude; Hulse, D; Aulakh, Harmeet; Liu, C, 2020, Veterinary surgery : VS , Volume: 49, Number: 3, Pages: 455-462

Morphometric measurements to predict meniscal size in skeletally mature dogs for meniscal transplantation, Cradic, David; Aulakh, Karanvir; Hymel, Paige; Barnes, Kate; Gines, Alberto; Rademacher, Nathalie; Aulakh, Harmeet; Liu, Chin-Chi, 2020, Veterinary Surgery Journal , Number: Vet Surg. 2020 Jan;49(1):172-179. doi: 10.1111/vsu.13313

The effect of tibial rotation on the tibial plateau angle (TPA) measurement in dogs: An ex vivo study, Buirkle, Corinne; Aulakh, Karanvir; Gines, Alberto; Rademacher, Nathalie; Liu, Chin-Chi; Barnes, Kate, 2019, Veterinary Surgery , Volume: 48, Number: 3, Pages: 408-416

Evaluation of the effect of signalment and owner-reported impairment level on accelerometer-measured changes in activity in osteoarthritic dogs receiving a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory., Muller, C; Gines, J A; Conzemius, M; Meyers, R; Lascelles , BDX, 2018, Veterinary journal , Volume: 242, Pages: 48-52

What Is Your Diagnosis?, Dunlap, Anna; Gines, J.A.; Simone, Kristina; Marcellin-Little, Denis, 2017, JAVMA-Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association , Volume: 250, Number: 9, Pages: 975-978

Mechanical comparison of median sternotomy closure in dogs using polydioxanone and wire sutures., Gines, J.A.; Friend, E; Vives, M; Browne, W; Tarlton, J; Chanoit, G, 2011, The Journal of small animal practice , Volume: 52, Number: 11, Pages: 582-6

Grant Funding

Low-cost and high-level 3D scanners versus anatomical measurements of the distal pelvic limb in dogs for orthosis design, LSU School of Veterinary Medicine - NIH summer scholar $6459

Evaluation of 3D printed tendon scaffolds for tissue engineering, LSU School of Veterinary Medicine - NIH summer scholar $6459

Center for Pre-Clinical Disease Research , National Institutes of Health - NIH, $11,192,691.00

Comparison of Intra- and Inter-Observer Variability for Measuring Femoral Varus Using Radiography and Computed Tomography in the dog, LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Summer Scholars Program, $6,330.00

Evaluation of the accuracy of current imaging methods in measuring femoral torsion angle in dogs., LSU, $6,130.00

Evaluation of the accuracy of a custom 3D printed drill guide for drilling canine sacra for sacroiliac luxation stabilization, and comparison with traditional free hand technique, VCS CORP Grant, $4,000.00

Custom 3D-printed orthosis for joint immobilization. Design and validation, SVM CORP Grant, $5,365.00

Precision, Variability and Accuracy of Current Methods of Measuring Femoral Torsion Angle Using Radiographs and Computed Tomography, School of Veterinary Medicine Competitive Research Program Grant, LSU, $9,925.00

The effect of sedation with dexmedetomidine and butorphanol on the patellar and withdrawal reflexes in dogs, VCS CORP Grant, $3,764.00

Effects of Acupuncture for Thoracolumbar Intervertebral Disk Disease in Dogs Undergoing, LSU SVM Competitive Research Program (CORP), $9,200.00

The effect of tibial rotation on the tibial plateau angle (TPA) measurement in dogs and comparison of TPA using digital radiography, computed tomography, and three-dimensional tibial bone model: An ex-vivo study, VCS CORP Grant , $3,700.00