MVMA MEDIA GUIDE

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Dear reporters and editors,

As chief executive officer of the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association, I am confident you will find this Media Guide to be an asset as you work on a wide variety of subject matter that relates to human health, animal health and veterinary medicine. From zoonotic diseases and disaster planning to emergency veterinary medicine and pet nutrition, our MVMA veterinarians are a resource to you: highly trained, skilled and knowledgeable in a wide array of topics to answer even the most difficult and obscure of veterinary questions.

Please contact us when you need resources, expert opinions or commentary. We want to help you provide the most accurate information possible to your readers, listeners and viewers. With more than 2,200 members in the MVMA, we are the resource for Michigan’s veterinary profession.

If you are not able to find exactly what you are looking for, please give the MVMA a call and we will locate a veterinarian who can help you. It is our mission to be THE one voice promoting professional excellence in veterinary medicine and advancing animal well-being and public health.

Sincerely,

Karlene Belyea, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, MVMA
(517) 347-4710
belyea@michvma.org


Allergies
Animal Blood Banks

Animal Cruelty
Animal Welfare
Cancer/Oncology
Cardiology
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
     Acupuncture
Dental Health
Dermatology
Disaster Planning
Ear Diseases
Food and Nutrition
Food Animals
House Call Practices
Human-Animal Bond
Humane Societies and Animal Shelters
Infectious Diseases
Internal Medicine
Large Animal Medicine
     Equine  |  Bovine  |  Other Large Animals
Neurology
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics
Small Animal Medicine
     Dogs  |  Cats  |  Exotics  |  Reptiles  |  Common Pet Birds
Surgery
Training and Behavior
Veterinary Education and Careers 
Veterinarians and Human Health
Wildlife
Zoo animals


Allergies

Dr. Paul Bloom, DACVD, DABVP – Canine and Feline Specialty
Allergy, Skin and Ear Clinic for Pets
Livonia, MI

Assistant Adjunct Professor, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Dept. of Dermatology
Michigan State University

Skin disease, ear disease and allergies are common aliments affecting dogs and cats and the treatments can be overwhelming. In addition, resistant bacterial infections are becoming more common. When you need an expert to answer questions in these areas please contact the MVMA or Dr. Paul Bloom.

(734) 425-2270, bloomp@msu.edu.

Animal Blood Banks

The Canine Blood Bank at Oakland Veterinary Referral Services
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 

The Oakland Veterinary Referral Services supplies blood products 24 hours a day to patients needing blood transfusions. They maintain an in-house blood bank providing canine blood components to referring veterinarians Specific component therapy is preferable, avoiding immunologically mediated reactions such as erythrocyte antigen incompatibilities. In addition, blood typing and cross-matching are available to help avoid transfusion reactions. OVRS performs over 400 transfusions each year.

(248) 334-6877, bloodbank@ovrs.com


Animal Cruelty

Dr. Shirene Cece-Clements
Supervising Veterinary, Michigan Humane Society Detroit Clinic
Detroit, Michigan

Dr. Cece has worked at the Michigan Humane Society for more than 28 years. She works closely with the cruelty department and has served as an expert witness in cruelty cases including pit bull fighting.

(248) 283-5658), scece@michiganhumane.org

Animal Welfare

Dr. Cathy Anderson
Jackson County Animal Shelter
Jackson, Michigan

Dr. Anderson has worked at the Jackson County Animal Shelter for many years. She is passionate about animals and her position at JCAS.

(517) 788-4464, cathyyanderson@aol.com


Dr. Lana Kaiser
Beef Cattle Veterinarian, Beef Farmer
Michigan State University, Professor Emeritus, Department of Medicine, College of Human Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan

Both a physician and a veterinarian, Dr. Kaiser has a unique perspective on the interaction between humans and animals. As a founding member of the MSU’s Human-Animal Bond Initiative (HABI), she works to validate what many believe to be the benefits of the human-animal bond.

Dr. Kaiser understands cattle welfare from various perspectives. As a practicing beef cattle veterinarian who also raises registered beef cattle, she has a view from the trenches. As a member of the Dean’s Food Animal Welfare Advisory Council, the MVMA Animal Welfare Committee and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners Animal Welfare Committee, she understands the industry perspective while never losing sight of her role in advocating for the cow. As a researcher, organizer of the MVMA Animal Welfare Conference, guest speaker for various MSU groups and consultants for industry, she understands the academic and scholarly side and complexities of animal welfare issues.

(517) 628-2231, kaiser@msu.edu

Cancer/Oncology

Dr. Joyce Obradovich, DACVIM – Oncology, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Animal Cancer & Imaging Centers
Canton, Michigan

Dr. Obradovich has been board certified in medical and oncology since 1990, and was Michigan’s first oncology specialists in private practice. Now, her cancer center provides medical oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology and imaging services in a “cancer treatment exclusive” setting. 

(734) 459-6040, joyobrad@aol.com, VeterinaryCancer.com

Cardiology

Dr. William A. Brown
Veterinary Cardiology Consultants
Birmingham, Michigan

Dr. Brown is certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) and its subspecialty board of cardiology. He is a Diplomate in the ACVIM College of Cardiology and has lectured on a local and national level. He authored numerous scientific publications, including several book chapters in the field of veterinary cardiology. He is an active consultant and investigator for several pharmaceutical companies.

(248) 348-1788, k9hrtdr@aol.com, VetCardiologyConsultants.com

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Dr. Anne Rice
Owner, The Visiting Vet
Williamston, Michigan

Dr. Rice has been practicing veterinary acupuncture since 1989. Her holistic house call practice incorporates reiki, flower essences, applied kinesiology, homeopathy, TTouch, acupressure, N.A.E.T. (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Testing) and nutraceuticals along with conventional veterinary practices.

(517) 655-3479, ricea@msu.edu or vvet@mihomevet.com

Acupuncture

Dr. Grace Chang
Southfield Veterinary Hospital
Southfield, Michigan

Dr. Chang has more than 19 years of experience providing acupuncture for small animals in southeast Michigan.

(248) 356-0822, gracechang1992@gmail.com


Dr. Tari Kern
Pawsitive Steps & Rehab for Animals
Rochester Hills, Michigan

Dr. Kern obtained her veterinary acupuncture certification through Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians, offered by the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association in conjunction with Colorado State University. She completed this certification because of her commitment to provide new and innovative pain management and neuromodulation options for her animal patients.

(248)-564-0309, tkerndvm@yahoo.com, PawsitiveStepsRehab.com

Dental Health

Dr. Ben Colmery, III, DAVDC, Diplomate – American Veterinary Dental College
Dixboro Veterinary Dental and Medical Center
Ann Arbor, Michigan

A co-founder of American Veterinary Dental Society and Charter Diplomate of American Veterinary Dental College, Dr. Colmery specializes in oral surgery, medicine and dentistry.

(734) 975-1623, bcolmery@vetdentistry.com or bhc3dvm@aol.com, VetDentistry.com


Dr. Thomas Kavanagh, DAVDC, 
Diplomate – American Veterinary Dental College
Village Animal Hospital
Farmington, Michigan

Dr. Kavanagh is a specialist in pet dentistry, oral surgery and oral medicine. He is board certified (American Veterinary Dental College American Veterinary Medical Association) and is a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry.

(248) 477-0334, tomkavana@aol.com, VillageAnimal.net

Dermatology

Dr. Paul Bloom, DACVD, DABVP – Canine and Feline Specialty
Allergy, Skin and Ear Clinic for Pets
Livonia, MI

Assistant Adjunct Professor, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Dept. of Dermatology
Michigan State University

Skin disease, ear disease and allergies are common aliments affecting dogs and cats and the treatments can be overwhelming. In addition, resistant bacterial infections are becoming more common. When you need an expert to answer questions in these areas please contact the MVMA or Dr. Paul Bloom.

(734) 425-2270, bloomp@msu.edu

Disaster Planning

Dr. Daniel Grooms, DACVM, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Microbiologists
Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Grooms is the Large Animal Department Chair at Michigan State University. He has been actively involved in planning and education efforts focused on large-scale animal health emergencies.

(517) 355-9593, groomsd@cvm.msu.edu

Ear Diseases

Dr. Paul Bloom, DACVD, DABVP – Canine and Feline Specialty
Allergy, Skin and Ear Clinic for Pets
Livonia, MI

Assistant Adjunct Professor, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Dept of Dermatology
Michigan State University

Skin disease, ear disease and allergies are common aliments affecting dogs and cats and the treatments can be overwhelming. In addition, resistant bacterial infections are becoming more common. When you need an expert to answer questions in these areas please contact the MVMA or Dr. Paul Bloom.

(734) 425-2270, bloomp@msu.edu

Food and Nutrition

Food Animals

Dr. Erin Howard
Kern Road Veterinary Clinic
Fowlerville, Michigan

Dr. Howard has been practicing large animal medicine since she graduated in 2009. She is currently chair of the MVMA’s Food Animal Committee.

(517) 223-9618, erin.khowarddvm@gmail.com

House Call Practices

Dr. Anne Rice
Owner, The Visiting Vet
Williamston, Michigan

Dr. Rice has been practicing veterinary acupuncture since 1989. Her holistic house-call practice incorporates reiki, flower essences, applied kinesiology, homeopathy, TTouch, acupressure, N.A.E.T. (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Testing) and nutraceuticals along with conventional veterinary practices.

(517) 655-3479, ricea@msu.edu or vvet@mihomevet.com

Human-animal bond

Dr. Lana Kaiser
Beef Cattle Veterinarian, Beef Farmer
Michigan State University, Professor Emeritus, Department of Medicine, College of Human Medicine, East Lansing, Mich.

Both a physician and a veterinarian, Dr. Kaiser has a unique perspective on the interaction between humans and animals. As a founding member of the MSU’s Human-Animal Bond Initiative (HABI), she works to validate what many believe to be the benefits of the human-animal bond.

Dr. Kaiser understands cattle welfare from various perspectives. As a practicing beef cattle veterinarian who also raises registered beef cattle, she has a view from the trenches. As a member of the Dean’s Food Animal Welfare Advisory Council, the MVMA Animal Welfare Committee and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners Animal Welfare Committee, she understands the industry perspective while never losing sight of her role in advocating for the cow. As a researcher, organizer of the first MVMA Animal Welfare Conference, guest speaker for various MSU groups and consultants for industry, she understands the academic and scholarly side and complexities of animal welfare issues.

(517) 628-2231, kaiser@msu.edu

Humane Societies and Animal Shelters

Dr. Shirene Cece-Clements
Supervising Veterinary, Michigan Humane Society Detroit Clinic
Bingham Farms, Michigan

Dr. Cece has worked at the Michigan Humane Society for more than 28 years. She works closely with the cruelty department and has served as an expert witness in cruelty cases including pit bull fighting.

(313) 872-3400 ext. 306, scece@michiganhumane.org

Dr. Robert Fisher
Vice President, Veterinary Services
Michigan Humane Society
30300 Telegraph Rd., Suite 220
Bingham Farms, Mich. 48025

Dr. Fisher has been practicing shelter veterinary medicine for 29 years. He coordinates the veterinary component of the Michigan Humane Society at three locations in the Detroit Area.

(248) 283-1000, rfisher@michiganhumane.org

Infectious Diseases

Dr. Mary Grace Stobierski, DACVPM
Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine
State Public Health Veterinarian & Manager
Zoonotic Diseases & Special Projects
Michigan Department Health & Human Services
Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Stobierski is the State Public Health Veterinarian and handles the human health aspects of zoonotic and infectious diseases such as avian influenza, Lyme disease, arboviruses including West Nile virus, and spongiform encephalopathies for the State of Michigan.

(517) 335-8165, stobierskim@michigan.gov, Michigan.gov/MDHHS

Dr. James Averill, PhD
State Veterinarian
Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Averill has served as State Veterinarian of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development since September 2013.

(517) 248-5667, averillj1@michigan.gov, Michigan.gov/MDARD

Internal Medicine

Dr. Kate Holan, Assistant Professor
Section Head, Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Holan was in private practice from 1992-93 and 1998-99. She was an instructor at Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine from 1996-97 and has been an assistant professor of small-animal clinical sciences since 1999. She was named head of the Small Animal Internal Medicine Section in 2004.

(517) 353-2940, holankat@cvm.msu.edu

Large Animal Medicine

Equine

Dr. Jeffrey Bunn
Equine Medical, LLC
Lowell, Michigan

Dr. Bunn established Equine Medical LLC in 1995. He has been Adjunct Associate Professor for the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine since 1999. Dr. Bunn has special interest in Podiatry which entails hoof lameness and treatments. He also enjoys practicing dentistry, especially oral disease & treatments. He has owned and exhibited horses for 37 years.  

(616) 897-2615, jbunn@equinemedical.com

Bovine

Dr. John Schelling
West Michigan Veterinary Services
Coopersville, Michigan

Dr. Schelling’s primary interests are Dairy and Beef Production Medicine, Milk Quality, Facility Design and Cow Comfort.

(616) 837-8151, drjohn.schelling@gmail.com

Other Large Animals

Dr. Thomas Barkham
Paint Creek Animal Clinic
Rochester, Michigan

Dr. Barkham established his practice in 1975. He is a large-animal practitioner and his area of expertise includes many large animal species including wild ruminants.

(248) 651-8345, paintcreekanimalclinic@gmail.com

Neurology

Dr. Michael Wolf, DACVIM – Neurology, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Animal Neurology & MRI Center, Animal ER Center, Animal Rehab & Fitness Center
Commerce, Michigan

Dr. Michael Wolf has more than 23 years of experience with a special focus on animal MRI imaging, neurosurgery and the treatment of brain tumors. Dr. Michael Wolf was the first veterinarian to invest in an MRI in Michigan, a move that immediately elevated the level of care to a new standard of excellence. He has been in private practice since 1994. His skills in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases is a result of his many years of education and training at some of the most prestigious veterinary programs in the world. In 2007 Dr. Wolf created a center that allows clients to have their pets neurological needs met from start to finish, all within one comprehensive facility, the Animal Neurology, Rehab & ER Center.

(248) 960-7200, drwolf@animalneurology.com

Dr. Andrew Isaacs, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Dogwood Veterinary Referral Service
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Dr. Isaacs completed a small animal internship at Auburn University. He stayed on there for a three-year neurology/neurosurgery residency. He received board certification from the ACVIM. He practiced in the Metro Detroit area until he co-founded Dogwood Veterinary Referral Center in 2011. His primary interests include intervertebral disk disease, seizure management, luxations/fractures of the spine, and surgery for brain tumors.

(734) 369-9555, drisaacs@me.com

Ophthalmology

Dr. Dan Lorimer, DACVO, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists
Chief Medical Officer
BluePearl Veterinary Partners – Southfield/Auburn Hills
Southfield, Auburn Hills, Ann Arbor, & Grand Rapids, Michigan

Following his boyhood love of animals, Dr. Lorimer entered veterinary school where he focused on both ophthalmic medicine and microsurgery. He is the founder of Michigan Veterinary Specialists, in addition to providing ophthalmic services such as cataract surgery, laser therapy, microsurgery and treatment of ocular emergencies and trauma, Dr. Lorimer and his staff also provide pro bono services to the Detroit Zoo. They have examined and treated seals, penguins, reptiles, amphibians, lions, tigers, lemurs, pandas, wild horses, kangaroos and more.

(248) 354-6660 ext. 2805, dan.lorimer@bluepearl.com

Orthopedics

Dr. Charlie DeCamp, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Animal Surgical Center of Michigan – Flint, Michigan
Michigan State University, Small Animal Clinical Sciences
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. DeCamp, a native of Flint, is professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Michigan State University and has joined Animal Surgical Center of Michigan. Dr. DeCamp trained under the tutelage of Michigan State University legends Drs. Gretchen Flo and Terry Braden and has a passion for veterinary surgery. Dr. DeCamp's expertise is joint surgery, fracture repair, angular limb deformity correction, arthroscopy, and total hip replacement.

(810) 671-0088, decamp@cvm.msu.edu


Dr. Daniel Degner, DACVS, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Animal Surgical Center of Michigan
Flint, Michigan

Dr. Degner is a board-certified veterinary surgeon. He performs orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. He completed a small animal internship in medicine and surgery at Colorado State University and a surgical residency at Michigan State University. He is skilled in microvascular surgery, which is used for bone reconstruction following removal of bone tumors. In addition, he uses vascular surgical techniques to repair large complex wounds with free flaps and to perform kidney transplantation in cats. 

(810) 671-0088, ddegner@comcast.net

Small Animal Medicine

Dogs

Dr. Stephen Steep
Owner, Oxford Veterinary Clinic & East Detroit Animal Hospital
Oxford & Eastpointe, Michigan

Dr. Steep is a small animal practitioner. He is active in organized veterinary medicine and served as president of MVMA in 2007.

(248) 628-3092, steepdvm@umich.edu

Cats

Dr. Dan Marshall
Owner, Cats Veterinary
Clinton Township, Michigan

Dr. Marshall has practiced exclusively feline veterinary medicine and surgery since 1986.

(586) 463-9550, marshall@catsvet.com

Dr. Steven Bailey, Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Practitioners – Feline Practice
Owner, Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital
Waterford, Michigan

Dr. Bailey is board certified in feline practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners; he has been providing medical, surgical and dental care exclusively for cats for more than 19 years.

(248) 666-5287, bailey@ecatsvet


Dr. Tammy Sadek
Hospital Director, Kentwood Cat Clinic
Diplomate American Board of Veterinary Practitioners - Feline Practice
Kentwood, Michigan

Dr. Sadek is board certified in feline practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and has provided feline veterinary care in Michigan since 1987.

(616) 241-6369, tsadekDVM@aol.com

Exotics

Dr. Julie Cappel
Owner, Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital, PC
Warren, Michigan

Dr. Cappel has extensive experience in avian and exotic medicine. She is the owner and head veterinarian at Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Cappel is also active in organized veterinary medicine and is a past president of the MVMA.

(586) 751-3350, JACappel@wwvhcares.com

Reptiles

Dr. Julie Cappel
Owner, Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital, PC
Warren, Michigan

Dr. Cappel has extensive experience in avian and exotic medicine. She has been in practice for more than 20 years. She is the owner and chief veterinarian at WarrenWoods Veterinary Hospital.

(586) 751-3350, JACappel@wwvhcares.com


Common pet birds

Dr. Julie Cappel
Owner, Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital, PC
Warren, Michigan

Dr. Cappel has extensive experience in avian and exotic medicine. She is the owner and chief veterinarian at Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital and has a special interest in avian (bird) Medicine.

(586) 751-3350, JACappel@wwvhcares.com

Surgery

Dr. Lucy H. Shields Henney, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Oakland Veterinary Referral Services
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Dr. Lucy H. Shields Henney is board-certified in by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. She has a special interest in general, orthopedic, oral and oncologic surgery. She was the first surgeon in Michigan to perform the triple pelvic osteotomy for the treatment of hip dysplasia and continues to be a pioneer in the area. Dr. Henney has received advanced training in the application of the circular external fixator to correct angular limb deformities and limb shortening.

(248) 334-6877, lhenney@comcast.net

Dr. Dan Degner, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Animal Surgical Center of Michigan
Flint, Michigan

Dr. Degner is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. He completed a small animal internship in medicine and surgery at Colorado State University and a surgical residency at Michigan State University. Dr. Degner has more than 23 years of experience performing surgery. Dr. Degner commonly performs orthopedic surgeries such as the tibial plateau leveling osteotomy surgery for dogs that have ruptured their cranial cruciate ligaments. In addition to many other orthopedic procedures, he performs minimally invasive surgery called arthroscopy (to treat joint conditions), laparoscopy (to treat abdominal conditions), and thorocoscopy (to treat chest conditions). He is skilled in microvascular surgery, which is used for bone reconstruction following removal of bone tumors.

Training and behavior

Dr. Theresa L. DePorter
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Behavior, (ACVB)
Oakland Veterinary Referral Service,
Bloomfield Hills, MI

Dr. Theresa DePorter is board certified diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Behavior (ACVB) and the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine (ECAWBM). She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University and her Bachelor Science in Biology in 1992. She has been seeing behavior consultations at Oakland Veterinary Referral Services in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan since 2004.

(248) 334-6877, heresadax@aol.com

Veterinary Education and Careers

Dr. Julie Funk
Associate Dean for Professional Academic Programs and Student Affairs
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Funk has met this new challenge with enthusiasm and excitement. She developed interests in leadership, communications skills training and veterinary education over the past several years.

(517) 353-7624, funkj@cvm.msu.edu

Veterinarians and Human Health

Dr. Mary Grace Stobierski, DACVPM, Diplomate – American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine
State Public Health Veterinarian & Manager
Zoonotic Diseases & Special Projects
Michigan Department of Community Health
Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Stobierski is the State Public Health Veterinarian and handles the human health aspects of zoonotic and infectious diseases such as avian influenza, Lyme disease, arboviruses including West Nile virus, and spongiform encephalopathies for the State of Michigan.

(517) 335-8165, stobierskim@michigan.gov

Wildlife

Dr. James Sikarskie, DACZM, Diplomate – American College of Zoological Medicine
Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarian
Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Sikarskie has nearly 40 years of experience working with wildlife in a captive zoological setting as well as with free-ranging wild animals. He is a board-certified diplomate in the American College of Zoological Medicine and is involved in clinical teaching and wildlife field research at MSU.

(517) 353-9530, sikarskie@cvm.msu.edu

Zoo Animals

Dr. James Sikarskie, DACZM, Diplomate – American College of Zoological Medicine
Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarian
Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
East Lansing, Michigan

Dr. Sikarskie has nearly 40 years of experience working with wildlife in a captive zoological setting as well as with free-ranging wild animals. He is a board certified diplomate in the American College of Zoological Medicine and is involved in clinical teaching and wildlife field research at MSU.

(517) 353-9530, sikarskie@cvm.msu.edu

Dr. Ryan Colburn
John Ball Zoo
Grand Rapids, MI

Dr. Colburn received his DVM degree from Michigan State University in 2010. After graduation, he completed a one-year rotating internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists in Grand Rapids. He spent one year as an attending Emergency Clinician before fully transitioning into the role of full-time veterinarian for the John Ball Zoo

(616) 336-4301 ext. 8002, rcolburn@jbzoo.org


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