Tina Møller Sørensen is an associate professor in companion animal general medicine at the University of Copenhagen. Tina graduated as doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2006 and started her career in private first- and second-opinion practices. In 2018 she finished her PhD studies in canine urinary tract infections with a strong focus on the diagnostic process, clinical decision-making and prudent use of antimicrobials in first-opinion practice. She has since been working as a faculty in companion animal general medicine and urology at the University of Copenhagen and is head of the hospital infection control committee. Her research is within clinical decision making in primary practice with special focus on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases including antimicrobial stewardship in companion animals.
She was part of the National Danish working-group on antibiotic use guidelines in 2017 and is currently involved in the European Network for Optimization of Veterinary Antimicrobial Treatment (ENOVAT) guidelines initiative. Veterinary Practice Guidelines for Surgical Prophylaxis in companion animals drafting group.