13th WORLD CONGRESS OF VETERINARY ANAESTHESIOLOGY

September 25th - 29th, 2018

Congress Committee

Federico Corletto

Corletto Federico

Med Vet, PhD, CertVA, Dipl ECVAA, MRCVS, Six Mile Bottom (UK)

Graduated from Padua Vet School in 1997,  he did a residency at the Animal Heath Trust, and gained the certificate in veterinary anaesthesia in 2002 and the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia in 2003. He worked as lecturer in Padua Vet School, clinical Anaesthetist at the Animal Health Trust and has been Wellcome Trust Research Fellow at Addenbrooke’s hospital, which led to be  awarded a PhD in neuroscience in 2011, by Cambridge University, after studying the role of Hypoxia Inducible Factor- 1 in traumatic brain injury.

He currently works at Dick White Referrals, where he leads the Anaesthesia department and is centre supervisor for the ECVAA Residency Programme. He is also involved, alongside the other two Diploma holders, in performing anaesthetic at Newmarket Equine Hospital. He has been member first, and then chairperson of the ECVAA Credentials and Education Committee, and currently is Past President of the ECVAA.

Paolo Franci

Franci PaoloMed Vet, CertVA, Dipl ECVAA, MRCVS, Padova (I)

Graduated from Pisa Vet School, he was awarded the Certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia and the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia after a residency at the Animal Health Trust. He has worked at Davies Veterinary Specialists, and currently works part time as anaesthesia lecturer in Padua Vet School, and also as freelance anaesthetist. He is President of the Italian Society of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (SIATAV).

Roberto Rabozzi

Rabozzi RobertoMed Vet, Roma (I)

He runs the anaesthesia and intensive care in a large veterinary referral in Rome (Clinica Roma Sud). He has authored 18 publications indexed in pubmed, and has been actively involved in organizing and lecturing at courses and meetings for the  Italian Society of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (SIATAV) and the Italian Society of Veterinary Regional Anaesthesia (ISVRA). He is lecturer at the master in veterinary anaesthesia run by Pisa Vet School, and also in Chieti University, where he lectures on Statistics and research methodology.

His main interest is use of point-of-care ultrasound in veterinary anaesthesia and intensive care, particularly focusing on haemodynamic assessment. He is one of the founders of the Veterinary Chapter of Winfocus.

Diego Sarotti

Sarotti DiegoMed Vet, Cuneo (I)

Graduated from Turin Vet School, he works a general practitioner with a special interest in veterinary anaesthesia, in particular spinal anaesthesia. He is secretary of the Italian Society of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (SIATAV) and has been involved in organising and lecturing at several national meetings and courses.

Francesco Staffieri

staffieri

 

Med Vet, Bari

Associate Professor of Veterinary Anesthesia

University of Bari “Aldo Moro”

Department of Emergency and Organ Transplantation

Section of Veterinary Clinics and Animal Production

Valenzano 22/03/2018, Bari, Italy

He graduated, in Veterinary Medicine, at the University of Bari, Italy in 2002. In 2005 he discussed his PhD thesis about biotechnology applied to organ transplantation and integrated cellular therapies in oncology. From 2005 to 2009 he completed a residency program in veterinary anesthesia at the University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA. Since 2005 he was first assistant and then associate professor of veterinary anesthesia at the University of Bari, Italy. He is full time dedicated to teaching and clinical and experimental research. His main fields of research are: experimental animal models of ALI/ARDS, pulmonary atelectasis and its treatment during anesthesia in small and large animals, non invasive ventilation in small animal patients, pain and its treatment in small and large animals, locoregional analgesia. He has several original articles published on peer reviewed international veterinary and human medicine journals, several book chapters in national (Italian) and international textbooks and authored a textbook about locoregional anesthetic techniques in small animals (Italian). He is the coordinator of the PhD program in “Tissue and Organ transplantations and cellular therapies” of the University of Bari and serves as academic editor of PlosOne journal.

Giancarlo Vesce

Zilberstein Luca

DVM, Full professor of Veterinary Anesthesia at the Vet School of the University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli (I)

Giancarlo (alias Giovanni) Vesce is professor of Veterinary Anaesthesia at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Productions of the University of Napoli "Federico II". Summa cum laude in Veterinary Medicine (Naples, 1974); Resident in Veterinary Anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania (1976-1978), Full professor of Veterinary Surgery (2000 to date). Lecturer at postdoctoral courses in Clinical and in Laboratory Animal Medicine, chairs the postgraduate course in Anesthesia, resuscitation and intensive care of companion animals (ARTIAC). Member of several national and international professional associations and institutions, Dr. Vesce is High-level expert of Animals in Biomedical Research at European Medical Research Council and member of diverse animal ethical committees. He holds two agreements of cooperation in anesthesia between the University Federico II and the veterinary school of the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Founding member and Coordinator of the SIAARTI Study Group in Animal Anesthesia (SIAARTIVet), Dr. Vesce is author or co-author of over 100 research articles in the field of veterinary surgery and anesthesia, editor of International Journal of Primatology & Research (IJPR), of Anaesthesia & Critical Care Medicine Journal (ACCMJ), of EC Anaesthesia and reviewer of Sleep journal. Research interests: Physiopathology of anaesthesia in humans and animals; Sleep, consciousness and anesthesia; Pain and analgesia in animals; Effects of anesthesia on sense organs; Intranasal delivery of anesthetic drugs.

Enzo Vettorato

Vettorato EnzoMed Vet, PhD, CertVA, Dipl ECVAA, MRCVS, Six Mile Bottom (UK)

Graduated from Padua Vet School, where he was also awarded a PhD in anaesthesia for his study on tramadol. He has done a residency in Edinburgh and holds both the Certificate in veterinary Anaesthesia and the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. He has authored 17publications listed in pubmed, and currently works at Dick White Referrals and Newmarket Equine Hospital. He was involved in the organisation of the Nottingham AVA meeting.

Luca Zilberstein

Zilberstein LucaMed Vet, PhD, Dipl ECVAA, Maisons-Alfort (F)

Graduated from Naples University, where he was also awarded a PhD, he was awarded the ECVAA Diploma after a residency in Maison-Alfort. Hecurrently is associate professor of anaesthesia in Maison Alfort, where he runs the anaesthesia and intensive care departments. He is vice president of theItalian Society of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (SIATAV), and is active both in Italy and France as organiser and lecturer at CPD events.

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