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Executive Master in Veterinary Ophthalmology – Module 4

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Last updated Febbraio 22, 2022
Data inizio 06/10/2021

Data fine 07/11/2021
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Fourth module of the Executive Master in Veterinary Ophthalmology
The videos are reserved for the students of the Executive Master in Veterinary Ophthalmology and will be available until November 7th, 2021.

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David Williams
MA, Med, VetMD, PhD, Dipl. ECAWBM CertVOphthal, CertWEL, FHEA, FRCVS Relatore
Before he graduated from Cambridge Veterinary School in 1988, David already knew that he wanted to concentrate on ophthalmology in his professional career. Seeing practice in Solihull, West Midlands, John Heath CertVOphthal MRCVS senior partner in the 608 Veterinary Group captivated David with his enthusiasm for the subject. Before graduating David gained experience with Dr Keith Barnett at the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, an internationally recognised expert in the field. After qualifying David worked as assistant veterinary surgeon and then resident in veterinary ophthalmology at the Trust, before gaining his certificate in veterinary ophthalmology and moving to the Royal Veterinary College to undertake a PhD investigating the pathology of chronic superficial keratitis in the German Shepherd dog. After gaining his PhD David stayed at the RVC, as resident in clinical pharmacology with a particular interest, perhaps not surprisingly, in ocular pharmacology. After two years researching the practical and theoretical aspects of ocular drug delivery, he moved back to the Animal Health Trust for a period as Clinical Investigative Ophthalmologist before completing the circle, as it were, and moving back to Cambridge. There he completed a doctorate in veterinary medicine working on the pathogenesis of age related cataracts across species and also gained his fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for studies on ocular disease in farmed halibut, given the interest he has in eyes of exotic species and wildlife. Here he is now Associate Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology in the Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, a position he combines with teaching at St John’s College, where he is fellow, Director of Studies in Veterinary Medicine and College Lecturer in Pathology. David’s other passion is animal welfare and he is a diplomate of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behaviour Medicine.
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Antonella Rampazzo
DVM, Phd, Dipl. ECVO Relatore
Dr. Antonella Rampazzo works at the University of Zürich as Chief Clinician in the Ophthalmology Service. She is involved in the clinical and surgical management of the high caseload of small animal and equine patients. Moreover, she is responsible for teaching students, interns and training ECVO Residents. After graduating at the Torino University of Veterinary Medicine in 2000, she has dedicated her career to both clinical and research field in Veterinary Ophthalmology. In 2004 she finished her PhD Thesis about Feline Infectious Conjunctivitis and in 2009 she became a Diplomate of the ECVO. Dr. Rampazzo has worked as Director of the Ophthalmology Service at the University of Bern, Switzerland and as Ophthalmologist in a multireferral Private Practice in Italy, Istituto Veterinario di Novara, for many years. Dr. Rampazzo is actively involved in supporting ECVO mission, being part of the Education and Residency Committee.
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Robert Lowe
BVSc, DVOphthal, MRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology Relatore
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Chiara Leo
DVM, MSc, FHEA, Dipl. ACVIM (Oncology), Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Oncology) Relatore
Chiara Leo si è laureata a pieni voti all’Università degli Studi di Milano nel 2003. Ha completato un internship di oncologia all’università di Zurigo nel 2007 e successivamente un residency di Oncologia all’Animal Oncology and Imaging Center a Zug (Svizzera). Dal 2011 ha ricoperto il ruolo di lecturer in Oncologia al Royal Veterinary College di Londra e nel 2015 ne è diventata head of service. Dal 2016 è tornata in Italia, è responsabile del servizio di oncologia dell’Istituto Veterinario di Novara ed è direttore scientifico di Unisvet. E’ autrice e co-autrice di pubblicazioni su riviste internazionali.
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Elsa Beltran
DVM, Dipl. ECVN, MRCVS Relatore
Dr. Elsa Beltran received her veterinary degree from the University Cardenal Herrera Ceu, Valencia, Spain, in 2002, following which she spent two years in general practice before undertaking an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at University of Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Beltran completed a neurology internship in 2006 followed by a residency in neurology and neurosurgery at the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, United Kingdom. Dr Beltran obtained the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Neurology in 2011 and afterwards she spent 4 years as Senior Clinician at the same institution. In 2014, she joined the Royal Veterinary College, University of London where she is currently working as Senior Lecturer in Neurology-Neurosurgery. She is the chairperson of the ECVN Credential and Recertification Committee. She is interested in all aspects of veterinary neurology and neurosurgery, but has a particular interest understanding neurological sequels in dogs after traumatic brain injury, all aspects of neuro-ophthalmology, neuroimaging and neurosurgery. Dr Beltran has a passion for learning on Veterinary Education and she obtained the postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Education in April 2019.

The videos are reserved for the students of the Executive Master in Veterinary Ophthalmology and will be available until November 7th, 2021.

COURSE FEE // € 6.500