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Interns

Vasiliki-Lantzaki

Vasiliki Lantzaki

MRCVS

Veterinary Intern

Vicky graduated in 2016 from Aristotle University of Veterinary Medicine in Thessaloniki, Greece. She originates from Crete and moved to England in November 2016 to work in a first opinion practice in Nottingham.

In November 2017 she joined Calder vets and is currently undertaking a one-year internship at Paragon Veterinary Referrals. Vicky has a great interest in small animal internal medicine, which is what she is planning to specialise in.

Gian Marco-Arcabasso

Gian Marco Arcabasso

MRCVS

Veterinary Intern

After graduating from the University of Pisa in 2015, Gian Marco completed a two month internship at the ‘Clinica Veterinaria Nervianese’ and a six month internship at 'Petlife Clinica Basiglio', before working at ‘Clinica Veterinaria Basilio’ and ‘Clinica Veterinaria S.Siro’ in Milan as an out of hours vet. He also attended Fitzpatrik Referrals Oncology & Soft Tissue hospital in Guilford as a visiting veterinary practitioner. He became a member of SCIVAC in 2016 and MRCVS in 2017.

Gian Marco has a strong interest in soft tissue surgery and he's looking forward to become a specialist.

When not at work, he likes cycling regularly: in may 2017 he cycled alone from Milan to Leuca in just seven days.

Dan-Kenny

Dan Kenny

BVSc MRCVS

Veterinary Intern

Dan qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2013. Since then he has worked in busy small animal practices both in England and Australia, further developing his passion and abilities in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. He is currently studying for a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in Small Animal Surgery. As well as surgery, Dan has a keen interest in ophthalmology and dermatology.

Aside from working, he enjoys music and being outdoors – cycling, both road and mountain biking, running and snowboarding. Dan has a Siamese cross cat called Salem who he delivered as an out of hours emergency one night in his first job.

Desislava-Ivanova

Desislava Ivanova

MRCVS

Veterinary Intern

Desislava graduated with a Masters Degree in Veterinary Medicine from Trakia University, Bulgaria in 2012. During her last 2 years of university she volunteered as an intern in Central Veterinary clinic in Sofia, working along some of the best orthopaedic and traumatology surgeons in Bulgaria.

After graduation she started working in a busy small animal practice in the center of Sofia where she worked for 4 years, and where she developed a keen interest in internal medicine, ultrasonography and cardiology.

Desislava has participated in various seminars and courses, including the European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies (ESAVS) Cardiology I and II modules in Portugal and Luxembourg, Bulgarian Association of Veterinary Cardiology seminars, Abdominal Ultrasonography and Skeletal Radiography courses.

Her objectives for the future include continuing her professional development in the field of Cardiology and Internal Medicine.

Lauren-Hamstead

Lauren Hamstead

BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Intern

Lauren graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2015. Since then she has worked in mixed general practice, first in Suffolk and then at home in Yorkshire. Lauren's main interests are in medical cases and anaesthesia and she would like to pursue further training to specialise in internal medicine. Alongside clinical interests, Lauren has a strong interest in research and the development of new clinical treatments. In 2012 she won a scholarship to attend the leadership programme for veterinary students at Cornell University, New York. 
 
Lauren lives with her rescue cat, Doris and enjoys horseriding.