About Simone Guerios
Dr. Guerios is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Shelter Medicine and Coordinator of the Shelter Animal Sterilization and Population Management Clerkship at the Miami-Dade Animal Services, at the University of Florida. In her position, she focuses on training and educating students to make veterinarians ready for shelter practice. Her clinical interests include medical and surgical diseases commonly found in animal shelters and high-quality high volume spay-neuter (HQHVSN) techniques. Prior to accepting a faculty position at University of Florida, she worked as a Clinical Associate Professor in Soft Tissue Surgery and Surgical Oncology at Federal University of Parana, Brazil. She started working with shelter medicine in Brazil, where she co-founded a spay-neuter program for the local low-income community. The program also provided community education, including public health, zoonosis and animal welfare.
— Development of high quality surgical protocols for shelter programs
— High quality high volume spay neuter
— Surgical oncology
— Perineal hernia repair
- Veterinary Education