SCH Oral Abstract Presenters Bio
Curriculum vitae Anna-Lena Proksch
(please note: this abstract schows a study that is part of my PhD thesis)
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. med.vet. 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 "
Adrien Da Silva
After qualifying from Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort (Maisons-Alfort, France) in 2019 and doing my rotating internship there the following year, I left to the south of France to do a specialised internship in a private referral hospital called Languedocia (Montpellier, France). After spending a year there, I started my ECVIM-CA residency in UCD Veterinary Hospital (Dublin, Ireland) in 2021. I am currently a 2nd year resident (will be a 3rd year resident starting September 2023).
Carlo Palizzotto graduated from Turin University (Italy) in 2016. During the subsequent months he attend the internal medicine department at Centre Veterinary Hospital frégis (Paris, France). In 2017 he started and completed a rotating internship at Anicura Clinica Veterinaria Malpensa (Varese, Italy) and afterwards completed a specialized internship in internal medicine. In 2019 he started a collaboration with the department of Internal medicine at Anicura Istituto Veterinario Novara ( Italy). He has been supervisor at the Internal Medicine department of the Birkenfeld Veterinary Hospital (Shangai, China). Since 2020 he started a resindency program in internal medicine under the supervision of Carolina Callegari (Dipl. Ecvim-CA internal medicine). His interest are nephorology and amylodosis in cats, infectious diseases and hematology.
After completing his studies in Belgium, he did an internship at the University of Liège. He joined the internal medicine department at the OnlyVet veterinary hospital before obtaining a residency position the following year.
Floris Dröes graduated with honors for his DVM from Utrecht University (The Netherlands) in 2012. Afterwards he worked in several small animal private practices throughout The Netherlands, and at the emergency service of Utrecht University’s companion animal hospital (NL).In 2017, he finished a rotating internship at Dick White Referrals (UK), while concurrently attaining a post-graduate certificate in small animal medicine and surgery with distinction from the University of Nottingham (UK). Summer 2019, Floris joined the Gastrointestinal Laboratory (Texas A&M University, USA) to pursue a PhD in biomedical sciences. His PhD research focuses on hemostasis in canine liver diseases. He has special interest in all small animal gastroenterology and ECC (emergency and critical care). For the future, he would like to pursue further training in small animal medicine and ECC during a residency program.