ESVE Abstract Presenters Bio
ESVE-O-1, presented by Michael Coyne
Dr. Coyne graduated with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (VMD) in 1984 from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine and Ph.D in Epidemiology and Health Economics in 1991 from University of Pennsylvania Following graduation from Veterinary school, he went into mixed animal practice until returning for a faculty position at Penn where he completed his PhD. He entered the veterinary pharmaceutical industry working on the development of new vaccines and pharmaceuticals for companion animals and horses. He joined IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. in 2016 as Clinical Studies Manager in the Companion Animal Group.
I graduated from University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Following graduation, I completed a one year rotating internship at Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists in the United Kingdom. Upon completion of my internship, I stayed at SCVS and started my residency in internal medicine. I am currently in my final (third) year of residency.
Matteo Petini graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Camerino (Italy) in 2013. In 2015 he completed a rotating interinship at the Veterinary Institute of Novara (Italy). In 2016 he started an Internal Medicine residency training program at the San Marco Veterinary Clinic in Padova (Italy). His clinical interest concerns all aspects of canine and feline internal medicine.
Stefania Golinelli, graduated with honors in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Bologna in May 2017. In June 2018 she completed a One Year Rotating Internship in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of Bologna (Supervisor F. Fracassi). In October 2018 she became a consultant of endocrine cases for Dechra Veterinary Products srl. In March 2019 she started working at the Internal Medicine Operating Unit of companion animals the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of Bologna (Supervisor F. Fracassi). She is member of the European Society of Veterinary Endocrinology (ESVE), of the Italian Cultural Society of Veterinary Animals for Pets (SCIVAC) and of the Italian Union of Veterinary Societies (UNISVET). Her main field of interest is internal medicine and in particular the endocrinology of small animals.
Antonio Maria Tardo
Antonio Maria Tardo, graduated with honors in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Bologna in July 2018. During university studies he did two clinical training, of two months each, at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich and at the Academic Veterinary Hospital, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University. He was founder/president of the International Veterinary Students? Association Bologna (IVSA Bologna). In October 2018 he became member of Vetpedia (online encyclopedia of veterinary medicine) scientific committee. In January 2019 he started a rotating internship in small animal internal medicine at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of Bologna (supervisor F. Fracassi). He is member of the European Society of Veterinary Endocrinology (ESVE), of the Italian Cultural Society of Veterinary Animals for Pets (SCIVAC) and of the Italian Union of Veterinary Societies (UNISVET). His main field of interest is internal medicine and in particular the endocrinology of small animals.
Alice graduated from the University of Cambridge Veterinary School in June 2015 and worked for two years in small animal veterinary practice. Alice then successfully applied for the London Interdisciplinary Doctoral Training Programme and began her PhD at the Royal Veterinary College in September 2017. Within the first year of her PhD, Alice won the Postgraduate Inspiration Award of the 2018 International Canine Health Awards. She is now working full time on her PhD, supervised by Professors Brian Catchpole and Lucy Davison.
Currently a veterinary student at University of Nottingham. The research study was performed as a 3rd year student project.
Katarina graduated from the veterinary university in Brno, Czech Republic. She then completed a small animal rotating internship, followed by an internal medicine residency in Giessen, Germany. In 2016, Katarina started a PhD at the Royal Veterinary College, London, where she is investigating the genetic risk factors of diabetes mellitus in cats.
Anna Lena Kraemer
Studies in veterinary medicine at the University of Giessen, Germany (October 2009- March 2015), state exam in March 2015. Rotating Internship at the Clinic for Small Animals, University of Giessen, Germany (May 2015 - April 2016). Medical assistant in Clinic for Small Animals- Internal Medicine, University of Giessen, Germany (May 2016-March 2018). Internship at the Clinic for Small Animal Internal Medicine, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, Switzerland (April 2018 - March 2019). Since April 1, 2019: Resident ACVIM at the Clinic for Small Animal Internal Medicine, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, Switzerland.
Francesca del Baldo
Graduated from the School of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna (Italy), in 2014 (vote 110/100 with honors). After graduation, she obtained a scholarship at the University of Bologna; her main activities were clinical and research activity in small animal internal medicine and critical care. She completed a rotating small animal internship at the University of Bologna in 2016. Since November 2016 she has been a PhD student at the University of Bologna (tutor: Prof. Fracassi F.).Her main area of interest is small animal internal medicine and in particular Endocrinology; her PhD project focuses on canine diabetes mellitus. In March 2018 she started the Residency program in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the same University.
After graduating from Cambridge Vet School, Lucy spent several years in first-opinion practice before undertaking a PhD in canine diabetes mellitus at the RVC, awarded in 2004. After a residency in small animal medicine at Cambridge she passed the DSAM and DipECVIM examinations in 2006 and remained in Cambridge for the following year as a Clinical Physician. A 4-year Wellcome Trust Intermediate Clinical Fellowship in type 1 diabetes genetics followed, working with Prof. John Todd at the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research. After this, Lucy was awarded a 3-year Wellcome Trust Veterinary Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics in Oxford, working with Prof. Chris O?Callaghan. Lucy was then appointed University Lecturer in Genetics and Medicine at Cambridge Vet School for 3 years. She was then awarded a 5-year MRC Clinician Scientist Fellowship and joined the RVC as Professor of Veterinary Clinical Genetics in February 2018. Lucy currently divides her time between Oxford and the RVC, and between research, teaching and clinical practice. She enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine, but has particular interests in diabetes mellitus, endocrinology, immunology and the genetics of complex disease.
Guido Linari graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Bologna in 2016. After graduation completed in 2017 a Rotational Internship in Internal Medicine at the Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences of the University of Bologna. From 2018 is working in the University Veterinary Hospital of Bologna with particular interest in internal medicine.
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.
I have graduated as a vet in december 2017 at Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Switzerland. After graduating I did a doctoral thesis on building a biobank of canine thyroid carcinoma organoids.