Floris Dröes – DVM (Hon), MRCVS, PGCert VMS
Floris Dröes graduated with honors for his DVM from Utrecht University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (The Netherlands) in 2012. Afterwards he worked in several small animal private practices throughout The Netherlands, and at the emergency service of Utrecht University’s companion animal hospital (NL).
In 2017, he finished a rotating internship at Dick White Referrals (UK), while concurrently attaining a post-graduate certificate in small animal medicine and surgery with distinction from the University of Nottingham (UK).
Summer 2019, Floris joined the Gastrointestinal Laboratory (Texas A&M University, USA) to pursue a PhD in biomedical sciences and small animal veterinary medicine. His PhD research focuses on hemostasis in canine liver diseases. He has special interest in all small animal gastroenterology and ECC (emergency and critical care).
For the future, he would like to expand his knowledge of small animal veterinary medicine by pursuing further clinical training in a residency training program. Besides his research work, Floris currently serves as the secretary/treasurer of the European Society of Comparative Gastroenterology (ESCG).