In 2013 Kim passed the exam of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and worked as a diplomate at the faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University until 2016. Since then she is working as an independent radiologist in 2 busy referral clinics in the Netherlands.
Dr. Boroffka studied at the Free University of Berlin Veterinary Medicine. She did her residency successful at the Division of Diagnostic Imaging at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She spent 1 year at the Department of Radiology at UC Davis, California, US as an associate professor.
Dr. Teske was the first president of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, has been president of the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation, and is currently still president of the Dutch Board of Veterinary Specialisation.
In this Masterclass various aspects of cytology will be reviewed in a compact form. How does inflammation look? How do I recognize malignancy criteria? What are the cytological characteristics of the most common skin tumors? Is the enlarged lymph node reactive or are there indications of metastases? This cytology masterclass starts with lectures and will be followed by interactive cytology cases. You will be looking at cytology preparations in pairs of two. This highly rewarded masterclass will be held by prof. dr. E. Teske. Maximum 40 spots are available.
Would you like to take your ultrasonographic performance to the next level? Than this is your chance to gain more experience! Both, basic and advanced technologies will be covered in this full day masterclass session.
Biomedic offers a masterclass ‘Tips for abdominal ultrasonography: How to improve your skills’ in collaboration with boarded radiologists Kim van Schaik-Gerritsen, DVM, Dipl. ECVDI and Susanne Boroffka, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVDI. Designed for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners, this course provides a solid foundation for exploring and mastering the fundamentals of abdominal diagnostic ultrasound in dogs and cats. You will be taken to hands on sessions with didactic material in a friendly and engaging atmosphere to encourage your interaction. Our small group setting means you’ll receive hands-on scanning time with tailored instruction addressing your specific needs and goals.
Number of participants: max 16 persons
Necessities: for the hands-on it is necessary that participants bring their own dog or cat or maybe patients, when owners are consent with the use of their animals.”