ISCAID Oral Abstract Presenters Bio
Jodie Green is an Internal Medicine Resident at the Royal Veterinary College, London.
My name is Juliana Giselbrecht, I finished my veterinary studies in Vienna in March 2020. After my studies, I started my doctoral thesis on "Detection of p15E antibodies in the diagnosis of feline leukemia virus (FeLV) infection" at the Clinic of Small Animal Medicine of the LMU Munich, under the supervision of Prof. Katrin Hartmann.
I finished my veterinarian exams in 2019 at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. In 2020 I started my doctoral thesis at the Clinic of Small Animal Medicine of the LMU Munich with the subject "Feline panleukopenia outbreaks and risk factors in cats in animal shelters" with Prof. Dr. Katrin Hartmann and PD Dr. Michèle Bergmann.
Resident ECVIM (Internal Medicine)
Dr. med. vet.
Marina graduated in 2015 from the Universidade Lusófona in Lisbon, Portugal. She is currently enrolled in an ECVIM internal medicine residency program at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Marina is interested in all aspects of internal medicine but has a particular interest in infectious diseases.
I graduated 2006 from Berlin Vet School, worked in a small animal practice in Germany under the former president of German Veterinarians Chamber, Dr. Breitling, and completed my thesis at the Clinical Laboratory, at Zurich Vet School which gained the award of the best thesis of the Veterinary Faculty in 2009.
Afterwards, I completed a one year rotating internship in small animal studies (internal medicine under Rob Foale; diagnostic imaging: Victoria Johnson, Sam Jakovljevic, anaesthesia, cardiology, clinical pathology, dermatology, emergency services, surgery under Professor Dick White) at Dick White Referrals.
I then moved to Paris (France) where I worked as a medical consultant at IDEEX.
During this time I had the opportunity to do an externship at the oncology department of Madison Wisconsin in 2012 and to assist the ESVE summerschool in Bologna in 2018. I got the French certificate of hematology, biochemistry lab analysis in 2014.
Since 2019, I work as a medical consultant at Cerba Vet laboratory.
Alba graduated from the School of Veterinary Science at University Complutense of Madrid in 2011 and gained a Master's degree in research the following year. She has worked at a number of veterinary teaching hospitals in Spain and the UK and completed a Rotating Internship at the University of Cambridge in 2017. She was subsequently a Visiting Researcher at the University of Oxford from 2017 to 2020 and gained a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in Small Animal Medicine in 2019 at the University of Liverpool.
Alba is currently undertaking a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at Pride Veterinary Centre in Derby, England.
Dr. Jaffey is an Assistant Professor and boarded-internist at the Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine located in Arizona, in the United States. His primary research areas consist of vitamin D, hepatobiliary disorders, and endocrinology.
Emma graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019, from there she worked in a busy small animal practice for 18 months before starting a multidisciplinary rotating internship at Willows Veterinary Centre and Referrals. She is starting an internship at the Royal Veterinary College with a keen interest in internal medicine and antimicrobial stewardship.