ESVCP Abstract Presenters Bio
Ondrej Petr Škor
Academic Qualifications: Diplomate Degree awarded by European Colleague of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Date awarded: April 13th, 2017. Veterinary Degree awarded by Veterinary and pharmaceutical university Brno, CZE. Date awarded: June 25th, 2008. Postgraduate Experience July - August, 2008: Veterinary clinic Usti n.L., Czech Republic. General practise: October, 2008 June, 2009 Department for Companion Animals. Veterinary Pharmaceutical. University Brno, Czech Republic, Internship (Internal Med.). July, 2009-February, 2011 Jaggy Clinic Praha and Brno, Czech Republic, Internship. March, 2011-November, 2012: Animal Clinic Praha Internal medicine and Oncology. March, 2013-June 2016: Residency training, Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria. Since 2017: PhD study Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria.
2017-ongoing: Doctorate candidate in Rep-Eat doctoral programme: H2020-MSCACOFUND-2015, University of Teramo , Italy. project title: The lipidomic analysis in the veterinary field: study of the cell membranes lipid profile in physiological and pathological conditions. Master Degree: Applications of Biology in Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. Master Thesis: Lipidomic Analysis of Biological Specimens
Andrea Zoia, born the 06/10/1966 in Rome, Italy. Qualified in veterinary medicine with full mark and honours in March 1998 at Perugia University, Italy. In 2001-2002 Intern at The Royal Veterinary College, University of London, England; and in 2004-2008 small animal internal medicine resident at the Veterinary University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. In 2007 awarded with the Certificate in Small Animal Medicine (Cert. SAM, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) and in 2010 awarded with the European Diploma of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM-Ca) Diploma. Since 2011 employed as a clinician in Small Animal Medicine at the San Marco Veterinary Clinic, Padua, Italy, where now cover the position of Head of the Division. Since January 2014 also PhD student at Utrecht University investigating clotting abnormalities in dogs with intracavitary effusions.
Veterinary degree awarded by University of Pisa (Italy). Postgraduated experiences in Spain and France. Actually ECVIM-CA Internal medicine resident at VetAgro Sup (Lyon, France)
ESVCP-O-6, presented by Anna Brunetti
Anna Brunetti graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2008. With a background in feline retrovirus research from UC Davis, she joined the University of Glasgow Companion Animal Diagnostic laboratory as the Virology Registrar specialising in feline viruses. Afterwards, she worked in small animal practice before accepting a Pfizer Feline Fellowship at the University of Bristol where she was focused on Chlamydophila felis research. She returned to practice in 2012 and during that time also completed a certificate in Veterinary Forensic Sciences. In 2016, she accepted a Veterinary Diagnostic Microbiologist post at the University of Glasgow where she oversaw diagnostic virology, bacteriology and parasitology. In 2017, she turned to the diagnostic sector and joined the Idexx team as a clinical pathology resident. Anna?s laboratory interests include infectious disease, feline medicine, fish/aquatic pathology, and cytology.
Camilla T. Johnsen
Camilla T. Johnsen moved from Norway to the United Kingdom in 2008 in order to obtain her veterinary degree. She qualified as a veterinary surgeon with distinction and three awards from University of Edinburgh in 2014. Additionally, she acquired a degree in Veterinary Pathology from the RVC in 2011. During this degree, six months was spent at Barts Cancer Institute where she was fortunate enough to learn laboratory based methodology and co-author a paper in Human Gene Therapy on oncolytic viral therapy for prostate cancer. After two years in general practice, Camilla completed a rotating internship in Norway in 2017 before completing a specialty medicine internship in the United States in 2018. Since March 2018, Camilla has been a resident in internal medicine at the Hospital for Small Animals at the University of Edinburgh. Her current research interests are inflammatory disorders and calcium homeostasis.
Originally from France, Michael graduated from the University of Liege (Belgium) in 2012 with Magna Cum Laude. Following internships in the same university and at the Animal Health Trust (United Kingdom), Michael started an ECVIM-CA residency in internal medicine at University College Dublin (Ireland), which ended up in 2018. Michael is also completed a Professional Doctorate at University College Dublin on diagnosis of canine endocrine diseases in 2018
Vizi graduated in 2004 in the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest. After graduation she worked as a clinical veterinarian in the Internal Medicine Department. Between 2009-2013 she have participated in the Internship and Residency Program of ECVIM in the Tierrztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany. In 2013 she returned back to the University Clinic in Budapest where she works as the leader of the Intensive Care Unit. She started her PhD research program in 2017 studying serum hepcidin in healthy and sick dogs.
Pedro José Guzmán Ramos
Graduated from the University of Cordoba, Spain in 2012. Performed first rotating internship at the Veterinary Hospital of the Alfonso X el Sabio University of Madrid, followed by a 3 years duration master in small animal internal medicine along with a PhD in urinary and intravenous catheter associated bacterial infection. Obtained Cum laude PhD in 2016. In 2017 moved to University College Dublin to perform the second rotating internship. In September 2018, enrolled in an ECVIM approved residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the same institution combined with a proffesional doctorate in veterinary medicine (DVMS).