Dr. Elisabeth Fox completed her undergraduate degrees at the University of Maryland, College Park, with a B.S. in animal sciences and a B.A. in studio art. Following undergrad, she worked full-time as a veterinary surgical scrub nurse and obtained her associate degree in veterinary technology through Penn Foster College. Dr. Fox received her DVM several years later at St. George’s University, completing her clinical year at the University of Missouri. She then stayed at the University of Missouri for a small animal rotating internship. She is very excited to return home to the DC/MD/VA area for her specialty surgical internship at FHA! Dr. Fox’s main interest is specialty surgery with specific interests in orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, and anesthesia.
University of Maryland, College Park, B.S. Animal and Avian Sciences, B.A. Studio Art
Penn Foster College, A.S. in Veterinary Technology
St. George’s University, School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM
Clinical Areas of Interest
- Specialty surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Sports medicine
Publications and Research
Fox EA, Dycus DL, Leasure CS, et al. Average tibial plateau angle of 3,922 stifles undergoing surgical stabilization for cranial cruciate ligament rupture. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol 2020; 33: 167-173.
Fox EA, Fox DB, Hutcheson KD, and Torres BT. The evaluation of commercially available paw traction products for dogs. Podium presentation, ACVS Virtual Surgery Summit 2021 and WVOC 2022.
Fox EA and Brunk MW. The ratio of pelvic limb muscle circumference to thoracic limb muscle. Poster presentation, ACVS Virtual Surgery Summit 2021.
Fox EA, Dycus DL, Leasure CS, et al. Average tibial plateau angle of 3,922 stifles undergoing surgical stabilization for cranial cruciate ligament rupture. Podium presentation, VOS 2018.