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Ronald Jan Corbee graduated from vet school at Utrecht University in 2003. After several temporal positions in first line companion animal practice he was employed by Dierenkliniek ‘t Ossehoofd in Heerhugowaard, where he worked for 2 years as a veterinarian for companion animals. In December 2006 he opened his private practice; Dierenartsenpraktijk Schonauwen in Houten. In September 2008 he started his residency in Veterinary Nutrition (Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition) (supervisor Prof. Dr. H.A.W. Hazewinkel). Apart from the training programme in Utrecht, his training included externships with Dr. A.J. Fascetti (UC Davis, California, USA), Dr. J.J. Wakshlag (Cornell, New York, USA), Dr. J. Kamphues (Hannover, D) and Dr. A.J. German (Liverpool, UK). He passed the board certifying exam in Zaragoza in September 2011. During his residency he got the opportunity to implement Clinical Nutrition at the Department of Clinical Sciences of Companion Animals, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University and started his thesis within the research group Advances in Veterinary Medicine (chair: Prof. Dr. J.W. Hesselink, supervisors: Prof. Dr. H.A.W. Hazewinkel, Dr. M.A. Tryfonidou and Dr. A.B. Vaandrager). He successfully defended his PhD (Nutrition and the skeletal health of dogs and cats) on the 28th of August 2014. In March 2013 he was awarded the University Teaching Qualification. At the moment he is employed as a University Teacher at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University.
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