ESVCP Oral Abstract Presenters Bio

Carolina Frizzo Ramos

Carolina Frizzo Ramos is  a veterinarian working in the Clinic for Small Animals of the Veterinary Medicine University of Vienna Austria. She concluded her masters programme on human-animal interactions in the Department of Comparative Medicine of the Interuniversity Messerli Research Institute and the department for Small Animal Internal Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. Her work is concentrated on iron metabolism and iron related parameters homeostasis in health and various diseases as well as the effect of iron supplemantation in disease outcome, especially in critical care setting and in inflammatory diseases. At the moment she is working on designing her PhD project on iron behaviour in various diseases.

Alissa Mazzei

Alissa Mazzei graduated in Veterinary Medicine with full mark and honours from the University of Pisa (Italy) in 2019. After the graduation she worked for two years at the “Clinica Veterinaria Jenner” in Parma (Italy). In 2021 she pursued a master’s degree in Canine and Feline Internal Medicine from the University of Parma (Italy). In 2022 she completed a Small Animal Internal Medicine internship at the “San Marco Veterinary Clinic” in Padova (Italy). In 2022 she started an Internal Medicine residency training program at the “San Marco Veterinary Clinic” in Padua (Italy).

Itamar Aroch

Prof. Itamar Aroch, BSc., DVM, Dip. ECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine), Koret School of Veterinary Medicine (KSVM), Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)
DVM - 1990, KSVM, HUJI
Internship - 1990-1, The Hebrew University Veterinary Teaching Hospital (HUVTH),  KSVM, HUJI
Residency (Internal Medicine) - 1991-1994, HUVTH, KSVM, HUJI
Dip. ECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine) - 2001

Main current research interests:
1) Laboratory markers of diseases in dogs and cats
2) Clinical toxicology, including snake envenomation
3) Heatstroke in dogs
4) Spirocercosis in dogs 
5) Pancreatitis in dogs and cats
6) Hematology and hemostasis

Publications in peer-reviewed journals:
Research papers: 123
Case reports & cases series: 55
Letter: 1
Reviews: 3

Book chapters: 2

Andrea Zoia

Andrea Zoia born on the 6th of October 1966 in Rome, Italy. Graduated with 110/110 cum laude in March 1998 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Perugia, Italy. In September 2007, he obtained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons certificate in Small Internal Medicine and in in September 2010 he obtained the title of diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. In October 2020 he defended at Utrecht University his PhD thesis on “Enhanced systemic fibrinolysis in dogs with abdominal and pleural effusions”. In September 2022 he obtained a 1st Level Master degree awarded by Padova University in “Biostatistics for Clinical Research and Scientific Publication”.He is currently working, since December 2010, at the San Marco Veterinary Clinic, Padova, Italy, where he is the head of the Small Animal Internal Medicine department. Andrea is active in national and international post-academic education in general veterinary internal medicine with emphasis on the problem-oriented approach, hematology, pleural and abdominal effusions classification, and coagulation disorders. He is active in the research field having presented morethan 50 Abstracts at international congresses and being author in 30 publications. 

Andrea Zoia - Presented by Lucia Morini

Mario Cervone

Internal medicine specialist (Dipl. ECVIM-CA), actually working at the veterinary referral center AniCura Paris XI, in Paris (France).

Anna Molnár  Presented by Clara Jimenez

Anna-Lena Proksch

Curriculum vitae Anna-Lena Proksch
(please note: this abstract schows a study that is part of my PhD thesis)
Vet school     
2002 – 2008                     
veterinary medicine at the veterinary faculty of the Ludwig Maximilians university Munich, Germany Doctoral thesis   
2008 – 2011       
 „Untersuchungen zur Diagnose und Therapie der caninen Parvovirose“ and staff (veterinarian at the Small Animal Clinic of the veterinary faculty of the Ludwig Maximilians university Munich, Germany, head: Prof. Dr. Katrin Hartmann) PhD thesis   Since winter
Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, veterinary faculty, supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Moritz            
Biomarkers and new diagnostic tools in dogs with different types of hepatopathies Continuous education 
European Board Specialist, Diplomate Small Animal Internal Medicine (ECVIM-CA), March 2017
National board specialist in Small Animals Internal Medicine, March 2020