Mark graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2008. He spent two years working in mixed practice, and three years working in a small animal practice before completing an Internship at the University of Glasgow. Mark then completed an MSc and Surgical Residency at the University of Bristol.
He spent time working in a referral practice in the North West, before joining the team at Pride Veterinary Centre in 2019.
Mark enjoys all aspects of small animal soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, but particularly enjoys surgical oncology and reconstructive surgery. He is also interested in stress fractures in cats and obtained an MSc by research in this area.
Outside of work, Mark enjoys keeping fit, DIY and is a keen organist.
Longley, M., Langley-Hobbs, S. and Tarlton, J., 2017. Biomechanical evaluation of simulated feline patellar fracture repairs. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 30(02), pp.125-130.
Longley, M., Chase, D., Calvo, I., Hall, J., Langley-Hobbs, S.J. and Farrell, M., 2018. A comparison of fixation methods for supracondylar and distal humeral shaft fractures of the dog and cat. The Canadian veterinary journal= La revue veterinaire canadienne, 59(12), pp.1299-1304.
Howes, C., Longley, M., Reyes, N., Major, A.C., Gracis, M., Fulton Scanlan, A., Bailey, S. and Langley-Hobbs, S.J., 2019. Skull pathology in 10 cats with patellar fracture and dental anomaly syndrome. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 21(8), pp.793-800.
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