Ms Suzanne Busser
Combined Internship/Residency in Small Animal Oncology
Suzanne graduated in 2016 from Utrecht University's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in the Netherlands, having completed a Master's degree in Veterinary Medicine. She worked at a first opinion small animal hospital in Zandvoort before undertaking a rotating internship at Massey University in New Zealand. Following the internship, she worked at Massey University as a veterinarian in Small Animal Oncology. She started an internship in Small Animal Oncology at the R(D)SVS in September 2019 and has continued her training by starting the combined Internship/Residency in Small Animal Oncology programme at the R(D)SVS in March 2020.
Her interests include palliative care of the cancer patient, liquid biopsy techniques and the effects of chemotherapy treatment.
Received dose variability after administration of I-131 for treatment of hyperthyroidism in cats
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article (E-pub ahead of print)
Amblyomma hebraeum is the predominant tick species on goats in the Mnisi Community Area of Mpumalanga Province South Africa and is co-infected with Ehrlichia ruminantium and Rickettsia africae
Parasites and Vectors, vol. 13, pp. 172
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article (Published)