Selena Tinga

Masters student and clinical resident
Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Expected year of graduation: 2017
Major advisor: Dr. Stan Kim

Office location: Small Animal Hospital Resident’s Office (354)
Lab location: Small Animal Hospital


  • Cornell University (BS, Animal Science, 2005)
  • Cornell University (DVM, 2012)
  • Rotating Internship: Texas A&M University (2012-2013)

Research Interests

3D modeling of the canine stifle throughout the walk cycle, both before and after various repairs for cranial cruciate ligament rupture, for evaluation of stifle stability and surgical success.

Selected Presentations

  • ACVS 2013, abstract: Comparison of outcomes of extra-luminal rings (n=73) and intra-luminal stents (n=30) placed for the treatment of tracheal collapse [2002-2012]

Page Updated: 10-09-2013


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