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Willows is delighted to welcome Anne Staudacher
3 September 2017
Willows is delighted to welcome Anne Staudacher DVM MRCVS Clinician in Diagnostic Imaging to the team.
Anne studied Veterinary Medicine at the Justus Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany, spending an academic year in France at the École Nationale Vétérinaire de Nantes on an ERASMUS scholarship in 2006/2007. She also spent some time at the Vetsuisse Faculty of the University of Bern, where she developed a keen interest in diagnostic imaging. After graduating as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2010, she accepted a postgraduate position as intern and doctoral candidate at Bern. She subsequently started a residency in veterinary diagnostic imaging in Bern in 2013, before completing this in Giessen in 2016.
Anne’s personal research activities have mostly focused on neuroimaging and MRI-guided stereotactic surgery in small ruminants, dogs and cats with intracranial disease. She established the stereotactic brain biopsy system Brainsight™ at the Small Animal Clinic of the University of Bern, and conducted the procedure on numerous clinical and research patients.
After completion of her residency, Anne stayed at the Justus Liebig University Giessen as a diagnostic imaging consultant, where she enjoyed being involved in the clinical supervision of residents and doctoral students alongside managing a busy clinical caseload.
Anne joined the diagnostic imaging team at Willows in July 2017. She has thoroughly enjoyed being part of a friendly and highly qualified team, with an absolute commitment to clinical excellence. Anne is particularly interested in MRI and interventional radiography.
When not at work, Anne loves music (especially singing), dancing, travelling and gardening.