Laurent Findji
Med Vet, Dipl ECVS
Laurent graduated from Paris’ vet school, the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d’Alfort, in France and was subsequently assistant instructor in the anatomy department for a year. He then qualified for a 2-year surgical internship in the same school and later completed a Master of Science in Biology and Physiology of Circulation and Respiration, as well as a university degree in Experimental Surgery and Microsurgery. He completed an ECVS residency at the Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire Frégis, near Paris and became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2008. He was recognised as a specialist in small animal surgery by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2012. Laurent worked at VRCC Veterinary Referrals in Essex, from 2006 to 2014, where he was one of the full-time soft-tissue surgeons and directors. He joined Fitzpatrick Referrals in October 2014, where he currently is a senior consultant surgeon and director of the Oncology and Soft Tissue hospital. His fields of interest include oncologic, reconstructive and general soft tissue surgeries.

Lectures

Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
09:00-09:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: understanding and explaning the disease
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
10:00-10:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: how I treat it upper respiratory obstructions
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
11:00-11:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: bad and recurrent cases
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
12:00-12:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: anything else?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
09:00-09:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Is resecting bigger the future of surgical oncology?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
10:00-10:30 UTC+2
Surgery
How I treat anal sac carcinomas
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
11:00-12:50 UTC+2
Surgery
Surgical oncology: all you always wanted to ask but were afraid to
Laurent Findji
Med Vet, Dipl ECVS
Laurent graduated from Paris’ vet school, the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d’Alfort, in France and was subsequently assistant instructor in the anatomy department for a year. He then qualified for a 2-year surgical internship in the same school and later completed a Master of Science in Biology and Physiology of Circulation and Respiration, as well as a university degree in Experimental Surgery and Microsurgery. He completed an ECVS residency at the Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire Frégis, near Paris and became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2008. He was recognised as a specialist in small animal surgery by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2012. Laurent worked at VRCC Veterinary Referrals in Essex, from 2006 to 2014, where he was one of the full-time soft-tissue surgeons and directors. He joined Fitzpatrick Referrals in October 2014, where he currently is a senior consultant surgeon and director of the Oncology and Soft Tissue hospital. His fields of interest include oncologic, reconstructive and general soft tissue surgeries.
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
09:00-09:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: understanding and explaning the disease
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
10:00-10:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: how I treat it upper respiratory obstructions
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
11:00-11:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: bad and recurrent cases
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
12:00-12:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Brachycephalic syndrome: anything else?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
09:00-09:30 UTC+2
Surgery
Is resecting bigger the future of surgical oncology?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
10:00-10:30 UTC+2
Surgery
How I treat anal sac carcinomas
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
11:00-12:50 UTC+2
Surgery
Surgical oncology: all you always wanted to ask but were afraid to
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