ESVNU Abstract Presenters Bio
Corinne Amram (born in Pisa, 1990) DVM, MSc (University of Pisa, Pisa Italy) is currently the co-director of the Veterinary Dialysis Task Force at the Istituto Veterinario Novara (Novara, Italy) since October 2017. After her graduation in Veterinary Medicine at University of Pisa (Pisa, Italy) in 2014, defending a thesis on Oxidative stress in dogs undergoing intermittent haemodialysis summa cum laude honours of the Commission), she graduates in Nephrology and Urology of Dogs and Cats (Postgraduates II level Master at University of Pisa, Italy), defending a master thesis on development of VetSmart MEDICA, as first veterinary machine for renal replacement therapy. In 2014-2016, she collaborated with the Ospedale Didattico Veterinario Mario Modenato in Pisa, before joining the Istituto Veterinario Novara where she firstly attended a rotating internship (May 2016 - April 2017), then a specialistic one in Emergency Medicine (April 2017 - October 2017). Expert in renal replacement therapy, Dr. Amram has been appointed as lecturer for BBraun Italy and BBraun Spain training programs.
Mathieu Faucher graduated from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse in 2005. After performing a rotating internship in small animal internal medicine and surgery he spent one year doing research in nephrotoxicology and renal physiology. He joined the Alliance Clinic in 2007 were he became an asssociate in 2011. His particular interests are nephrology, urology and gastro-enterology.
Ana Cristina Cunha Ferreira
Ana graduated from University of Porto (Portugal) in 2012 and then worked in small animal first opinion practice in Portugal. She moved to a private referral hospital in the UK in 2015 to undertake a small animal rotating internship and pursue her interest in internal medicine. She then worked in one of the busiest first opinion hospitals in South Wales during which time, she completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. Ana has just completed a second rotating internship at the University of Glasgow Veterinary School. She is currently working in the clinical pathology laboratory at the University of Glasgow until she starts an internal medicine internship at Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists in July
Francesco Rossi graduated in 2011 in Veterinary Medicine at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Milan. From 2011 to 2014 he used to work in various clinics in Milan and province. In 2012 he spent a period as a visitor at the University of Liverpool, Small Animal Teaching Hospital. In 2014 he began a year of rotating internship at the Istituto Veterinario di Novara which ended in March 2015. From the same year he started working in the Internal Medicine department and from January 2018 he has been doing a residency program in Internal Medicine at the Istituto Veterinario di Novara, under the supervision of Dr. Eric Zini (Dipl. ECVIM-CA, Internal Medicine).
My name is Morgane Mantelli, I am 27 and I come from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse in France. I have graduated from this University 4 years ago and since then I have been performing a rotating internship followed by a specialized internship in internal medicine in the National Veterinary School of Alfort in France. After that, I started my reseidency program in Toulouse in September 2018th and since then I have been working on that project regarding steroid effects on renal function.
Chloe Snell is a current Internal Medicine resident at The Ohio State University with clinical interests in infectious, urinary, and gastrointestinal disease. She completed her Bachelor's and DVM degrees at Texas A&M University, and an internship at Louisiana State University prior to starting her residency and graduate school training at The Ohio State University.
Franziska Baumgartner graduated 2018 at the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, and is currently working as an intern in the Clinic for Small Animal Internal Medicine, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, Switzerland.
Esther Bijsmans completed her veterinary degree at Utrecht University, the Netherlands, and graduated in 2012. She continued her studies with a PhD in feline hypertension at the Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom, which she finished in 2016. She has worked in first opinion private and charity practice, and currently works in R&D at Royal Canin in France.
In February 2000 Degree in Veterinary Medicine and in 2006 PhD degree in Veterinary Clinical Sciences (with a thesis regarding bronchoscopy in cats), both degrees at School of Veterinary Medicine of Turin University (Italy). In 2016 Master degree (MSc) in Nephrology and Urology of dogs and cats (with a thesis regarding urethrocystoscopy in dogs and cats) at the Veterinary University of Pisa (Italy). From August 2017 member of Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (UK). Externship and stage periods in United States, France and Spain. Currently, part-time coworker in small animal endoscopic section at School of Veterinary Medicine of Turin University and at Istituto Veterinario di Novara (Italy). Freelance for endoscopic procedures in small animals at various veterinary clinics in northern Italy and member of Endovet (Professional Association, Italy). Author and co-author of some scientific publications and speaker at some congresses and courses. The main interest area is diagnostic and interventional endoscopy in small animals