Juan Jose graduated from the University of Murcia (Spain) in 2012. After graduating, he spent six months as the Veterinary Teaching Hospital os the Szent Istvan University in Budapest, Hungary and subsequently undertook a Masters in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery.
He spent a little over a year working as a first opinion and night vet before returning to the University of Murcia to undertake an internship.
After completing this, he had the opportunity to move to the Middle East to be part of the team of the Canadian Veterinary Hospital in Doha, Qatar. He moved to the UK in 2018 where he started a Surgical Internship and subsequently a Residency in Small Animal Surgery.
Juan Jose enjoys most aspect of surgery, with a special interest in wound management, minimally invasive surgery and traumatic orthopaedic injuries. Juan Jose is a very social person and enjoys spending time with friends and family. He loves travelling, cooking and attending live music events.
Gordo I, Bird F, Hubers M, Richard M, Camarasa JJ, Vallefuoco R, Brissot H. Use of methylene blue for parotidectomy in dogs. ECVS Congress. July 2019. Budapest.
Clinical case: Idiopathic pneumoperitoneum in a dog. SECIVE International Congress. Murcia. February 2017
C. Rodenas, J.D. Carrillo, J.J. Camarasa, X.Lucas. 14th AERA International congress. Spanish Society of Animal Reproduction. Sertoli cell tumours associated with feminizing syndrome and prostatic abscess in three abdominal cryptorchid dogs: case report
J.J. Camarasa, J. D. Carrillo, E. Giménez, M.T. Escobar, E. Rios, M. Soler, A. Agut. What is your diagnosis? - Textiloma" Veterinary Clinic of Small Animals”. Official Magazine of A.V.E.P.A. Spanish society of small animal veterinary medicine. September 2017.
M. Escobar, F.G. Laredo, M.J. Fernandez del Palacio, E. Rios, J.J. Camarasa, E. Belda. Argos veterinaria. Manejo anestésico para la implantación de un marcapasos en un perro con bloqueo auriculoventricular de tercer grado. Nº188. May 2017
I. Ayala, L.J. Bernal, J.D. Garcia Martinez, M.A. Gomez, J.A.Navarro, J.J.Camarasa, A. Bernabe. Leishmaniosis canina como causante de diarrhoea crónica: ¿algo cada vez más frecuente?. Consulta difusion veterinaria. March 2016.
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