DVM, MSc, DACVP
Delphine grew up in France and went to Belgium to study veterinary medicine. She obtained her DVM in 2009 at the FMV in Liege. She continued with a small animal rotating internship the next year and started working on a research project in Brussels while being a teacher’s assistant for vet students the following two years. She flew to Australia where she also had a teacher’s assistant position for biomedical and vet students in North Queensland until she obtained a clinical pathology residency at Washington State University in 2013. She completed her masters’ thesis in veterinary science at WSU in 2016 and joined TNVD in January 2017. She is a nature lover and outdoor enthusiast.
|Optimizing Clinical Chemistry and Urinalysis Testing by Limiting Pre-Analytical, Analytical, and Post-Analytical Errors to Provide Quality Care to Feline Patients, 21 February 2022, 1PM CET, Dr. Guldner||21 February 2022||registration open|