Ponentes

Ponentes

Jacintha Wilmink

DVM, PhD, Diplomada RNVA

Jacintha Wilmink graduated from Veterinary School of Utrecht University in The Netherlands in 1991 and started work in equine veterinary practice in New Zealand and the Netherlands. From 1993 until 2001 she has worked in the Department of Equine Sciences of Utrecht University, where she did a residence in equine surgery and a PhD on equine wound healing, both successfully finished in 2000, and she has been teaching wound healing and management to veterinary students and veterinarians as well. Her area of clinical expertise and interest is equine wound management and she has developped and evaluated a new method for skin grafting in horses, i.e. the Meek micrograft technique. Since 2003, she runs her own consultancy on wound management and reconstruction (“Woumarec”), focussed on the equine as well as small animals. She performs surgery in several clinics on complicated wounds and scars by applying skin grafting techniques and wound or scar reconstructions.

Additionally, she advices practitioners during treatment of wounds. Apart from practical work, she is often invited as speaker on international congresses, and as lecturer for courses and workshops on equine wound management in the Netherlands and abroad. Additionally, she has been and still is involved in international research on wound healing as well. She is coauthor of Equine Wound Management, 2nd edition published in 2008 and 3rd edition in 2017, and currently working as coauthor on Complications in Equine Surgery. Since 1997 she has been active as council member of the Veterinary Wound Healing Association, as recorder, membership secretary, president and course organizer. She has set up an international course on Equine Wound Management which has been run already several times in a number of countries: Sweden, United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway and in Italy. The the first international course on Wound Management in Small Animals was set up and run in September 2012 in Gent. She is re-elected as president in May 2015.

Her mission: translating scientific knowledge to practice thus improving wound management for the benefit of the future and welfare of the animal, the owner, and the pleasure in work of veterinarians.

(If you like to know more, please see www.woumarec.nl For a list of publications and lectures; look under: “over de chirurg: publicaties/lezingen/interviews”)

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Juan Alberto Muñoz Morán

LV, PhD, Diplomado ECVS

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Licenciado por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en el 2003. Tras realizar un internado en la Universidad Veterinaria de Lyon (Francia) y otro en el Hospital Equino "London equine Hospital", Canadá realiza una residencia en cirugía de grandes animales en la Universidad de Lyon.

Posteriormente ha trabajado como cirujano en el Hospital Equino de Aznalcollar y posteriormente en el Hospital Equino de Grand Reanud (Francia). Desde el 2013 es el responsable del servicio de cirugía de grandes animales de la Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio. Las publicaciones más relevantes corresponden a las patologías de vías respiratorias altas y laparoscopia.

Javier López-Sanromán

LV, PhD, Diplomado ECVS

Profesor Titular de Universidad del Dpto. de Medicina y Cirugía Animal de la UCM desde 2000.
Jefe del Área de Grandes Animales y miembro del Servicio de Cirugía Equina del Hospital Clínico Veterinario Complutense.
Doctor en Veterinaria por la UCM.
Varios internados y estancias en centros docentes, de investigación y hospitales de Alemania y USA.
Residencia en cirugía de grandes animales con la Universidad de Extremadura.
Diplomado ECVS-LA en 2014.
Profesor en más de 40 cursos-teórico prácticos.
Autor de más de 100 publicaciones científicas.
Participación en más de 150 ponencias y comunicaciones a congresos.
Director de 11 tesis doctorales.
Director de 30 trabajos fin de grado.

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