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Ann Biscop

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Ann Biscop comes from Berchem (Belgium). In 2019 she graduated with great distinction as a veterinarian from Ghent University. She subsequently started a rotating small animal internship, where her passion for internal medicine became very clear. After the internship, she worked for a year at the internal medicine department, where she officially started her residency (specialization training) in Small Animal Internal Medicine in October 2021. She has a very broad interest in internal medicine, with additional interest in infectious diseases, uronephrology and endocrinology. Ann's mother tongue is Dutch, but she also speaks fluent English and French.


As part of her residency, Ann's research is mainly focused on the early diagnosis of acute kidney injury (AKI) in critically ill patients. An early diagnosis of AKI would mean that suitable treatment can be started much earlier.


In her spare time she can usually be found outside with family and friends when the sun is shining. She also enjoys traveling, horse riding, photography, music, good food and good wine.

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