Department of Surgical Sciences
- DVM 1974, University of Guelph
- MSc 1978, University of Guelph
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons 1985
- Professor Small Animal Orthopaedics
My research focus has been on the biologic response to total joint replacement; clinical recovery from orthopedic surgery; bone and cartilage remodeling in response to developmental elbow disease and biologic repsonse to cranial cruciate ligament rupture. Current intersts are in clinical trials and translational research.
Small animal orthopedics
Chief of Small Animal Services
Small animal reconstructive orthopedics and traumatology; special interests in joint replacement and arthroscopy.
Manley PA, Adams WM, Danielson KC, Dueland RT, Linn KA. .Long-term outcome of juvenile pubic symphysiodesis and triple pelvic osteotomy in dogs with hip dysplasia. J Am Vet Med Assoc 230 (2): 206-210, 2007
Daubs BM, Markel MD, Manley PA. Histomorphometric analysis of articular cartilage, zone of calcified cartilage, and subchondral bone plate in femoral heads from clinically normal dogs and dogs with moderate and severe osteoarthritis.Am J Vet Res. 67(10):1719-24, 2006.
Danielson KC, Fitzpatrick N, Muir P, Manley PA. Histomorphometry of fragmented medial coronoid process in dogs: a comparison of affected and normal coronoid processes. Vet Surg 35:501-509, 2006.
Muir P, Manley PA, Hao Z. Collagen fragmentation in ruptured cranial cruciate ligament explants. Vet J 172:121-128, 2006.
Sicard GK, Markel MD, Manley PA. Histomorphometric analysis of the proximal portion of the femur in dogs with moderate osteoarthritis. Am J Vet Res, 66:150-155, 2005.
Bergh MS, Muir P, Markel MD, Manley PA. Femoral bone adaptation to unstable long-term cemented total hip arthroplasty in dogs. Vet Surg 33:238-245, 2004
Bergh MS, Muir P, Markel MD, Manley PA. Femoral bone adaptation to stable long-term cemented total hip arthroplasty in dogs. Vet Surg 33:214-220, 2004