Camilla graduated from the University of Milan in 2017 after having spent 3 months of her final year at Ghent University in Belgium.
She worked in a first opinion practice in Bristol for two years, and then completed a rotating internship at the University of Glasgow in 2019. Camilla stayed on as a Junior Clinician in internal medicine at the small animal teaching hospital in Glasgow before joining the team at Pride Veterinary Centre in 2021 as an Internal Medicine Resident.
Her areas of interests are immune-mediated diseases, haematology and gastroenterology. Camilla is invested into providing a good quality of life to her patients tailoring the treatment to the specific patient.
In her spare time Camilla enjoys traveling and nature photography. She also enjoys outdoor activities and cooking.
Giraldi M, Paltrinieri S, Piazza C, Scarpa P. Evaluation of Urinary Big Endothelin-1 in Feline Spontaneous CKD. Animals (Basel). 2020 Nov 18;10(11):2144. doi: 10.3390/ani10112144
‘Case report: a cat with primary hyperlipidaemia’ - presentation at the congress of the Italian Society of Internal Medicine (SIMIV) November 2020
‘Case report: detection of Leptospira using the FISH technique’ - presentation at the congress of the Italian Society of Internal Medicine (SIMIV) December 2021
Giraldi M, Paltrinieri S, Piazza C, Scarpa P. Evaluation of Urinary Big Endothelin-1 in Feline Spontaneous CKD. Animals (Basel) – ECVIM-CA Congress 2018, Rotterdam
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