Serafim  Papadimitriou

Jock Tate

Professor

biography

I am a graduate of the University of PA. College of Veterinary Medicine, where I also completed an internship, residency and taught as an instructor. I have been at North Carolina college of Veterinary Medicine since 1982 and I hold the position of professor of equine surgery. I am board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American Board of Laser Surgery and Medicine. My research interests are abdominal and respiratory surgery involving equine disorders. I have pioneered standing laser endoscopic surgical techniques and adept in performing standing laparoscopic surgeries in the equine species. I have also owned and shown successfully hunter and jumping horses as well as thoroughbred race horses. I remain an active ridder and continue to present and publish in my areas of expertise.

 

Area of Interest

My research interests are abdominal and respiratory surgery involving equine disorders.


top publication

1. Rowe EA, Mathews KG, Linder KE, Tate LP. The effect of photodynamic therapy on cisterna chili patency in rats. Vet. Surg. 43: 642-649; 2014.
2. Bailey KM, Boss KM, Campbell NB, Tate LP, Posner LP. Repetitive anesthesia for radiation therapy in the pony, Submitted JAVMA, March 2013.
3. Tate LP, Fogle CA, Bailey CS, Davis JW. Laparoscopic assisted colpotomy for ovariectomy in the mare.Vet. Surg.41(5):625-628; 2012.
4. Tate LP, Blikslager AT, Papich MG. Performance of the 808-nm diode laser on equine upper airway tissue is enhanced by intravenous administration of indocyanine green. Photomed. Laser Surg..25: 443-448, 2007.
5. Tate LP. Application for laser therapy of the upper airway – the future. Proceedings of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons 15th Annual Scientific Meeting, Equine Respiratory, Seville, Spain, pp. 103-110, 2006.
6. Tate LP. Transendoscopic application of CO2 lasers irradiation using the OmniGuide fiber to treat dorsal displacement of the soft palate in the horse. The International Society for Optical Engineering, San Jose Ca., Photonic Therapeutics and Diagnostics Vol. 6078, pp.839-1-839-8, 2006.
7. Tate LP, Elce YA. Transendoscopic application of CO2 laser irradiation using the Omniguide fiber. Proceedings of The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol. 5686, 612-619, 2005.
8. Tate LP, Blikslager AT. A guide for calculation of spot size to determine power density for free fiber irradiation of tissue. Proceedings of The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol. 5686, 606-611, 2005.
9. Tate LP. Transendoscopic laser ablation of upper respiratory cysts in twelve horses 1993-2003. Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging, The International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 5312, 354-358, 2004.
10.Tate LP, Berry CR, King C. Comparison of peripheral-to-central circulation delivery times between intravenous and intraosseous infusion in foals. Eq. Vet. Educ. 15(4):201-206, 2003.
11.Tate LP, Blikslager AT. New perspectives on diagnosis and treatment of progressive ethmoid hematomas. Proceedings of the 48th Annual American Association of Equine Practitioners, Orlando, FL, pp. 233-239, December 2002.
12.Tate LP, Blikslager AT, Giraldo LD. Evaluation of topical application of indocyanine green (ICG) to enhance penetration of the 810nm diode laser on equine respiratory tissue. Proceedings of the Veterinary Medical Session, International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol. 4609, 247-253, 2002.
13.Giraldo LD, Tate LP, Blikslager AT. Determination of non-contact penetration parameters of the 60 watt 810nm diode laser on equine respiratory tissue. Proceedings of the Veterinary Medical Session, International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol. 4609, 254-260, 2002.