Dr. Steven Roberts DVM, DACVO
Ophthalmologist / Owner
Dr. Roberts has been involved exclusively in veterinary ophthalmology since 1981 and was board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 1984, after finishing a residency at Colorado State University. Following the residency, Dr. Roberts was an assistant professor of ophthalmology at North Carolina State University from 1984-1987 and then returned to Colorado State University. At CSU, he was an assistant professor from 1987-1992 and then was promoted to associate professor from 1992-1997. Following six years as an associate professor, Dr. Roberts established Animal Eye Center in January of 1998.
Dr. Trevor Arnold, DVM, DACVO
Dr. Arnold comes to us by way of California, where he completed his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, before attending veterinary school at UC Davis. Dr. Arnold then completed a one year rotating veterinary internship at a private practice in Southern California. Following this Dr. Arnold attended Colorado State University, where he completed his ophthalmology residency and obtained a Masters in Clinical Sciences. Dr. Arnold became a board certified ophthalmologist in 2012 prior to joining the team at Animal Eye Center.
Dr. Radka Andrysikova, MVDr, PhD
Dr. Andrysikova was born and raised in the Czech Republic, where she earned her veterinary degree at the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno in 2004. After finishing a PhD program at the Department of Small Animal Surgery and Orthopedics, Dr. Andrysikova relocated to the United States where she completed a one year small animal internship at the Hollywood Animal Hospital in Hollywood, FL. Then she undertook a 2 year ophthalmology internship at the Animal Eye Center in Loveland, CO in 2010. Following this, Dr. Andrysikova returned to Europe, where she completed her residency at the University of Zurich, Switzerland in 2014-2017. Dr. Andrysikova happily rejoined the Animal Eye Center in November 2017. She is waiting to sit for her exams to become a board certified ophthalmologist.
Dr. Neil Ellis, DVM, CVA
Dr. Ellis is originally from southeast Georgia where he taught high school science and coached tennis after college. He graduated veterinary school from the University of Georgia in 2008 and worked at a small animal practice for 6 years and a specialty practice for 1 year. During this time he developed an interest in ophthalmology and would spend his days off with a couple of local ophthalmologists. In 2016 he moved to Colorado with his wife for her residency at Colorado State University in Equine Sports Medicine. He will be with Animal Eye Center for 1 year to complete his internship.