Postdoctoral researcher and clinical fellow in small animal surgery
University of Zurich
I’m a 33-year old veterinarian. I come from Treviso, a small town close to Venice (Italy). I started my veterinary medicine training in 2006 and obtained the degree (DMV) in 2011. In 2012, I did one-year surgical internship at the university teaching hospital of Padova (Italy). In 2013, I won a scholarship from C.O.R.I.T (Consortium for organ transplantation research). In 2014, I started my Ph.D in orthopaedic surgery till December 2016. The main topic of my Ph.D program was the three-dimensional computation of angles in the canine femur.
In the last two years, I visited three veterinary universities (Tufts and Texas A&M: Usa; Zurich: Switzerland) and a private practice (Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists). I spent time with Prof. Kowaleski, Boudreau, Hulse and Pozzi, as well as with Dr. Beale and Hudson to advance my knowledge in all the areas of orthopaedic surgery. From early 2019 I begun a post-doc fellowship at the University if Zurich with professor A. Pozzi.
My principal fields of interest are corrective osteotomies, mini-invasive surgery and arthroscopy.
I’m a member of Aovet society and VOS.
I’m used to define myself as a world citizen and travel lover.
Thursday, October 17
5:54 PM – 5:56 PM
Saturday, October 19
3:30 PM – 3:45 PM