General diagnostic approach to alopecia – folliculitis vs follicular arrest

Date

10月 24 2020
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Speaker

  • Monika Welle
    Monika Welle
    Prof, Dr med vet, DECVP. University Bern, Switzerland

    Monika Welle studied veterinary medicine in Berlin and Munich, where she graduated in 1986. Thereafter she worked on her thesis in the GSF Institute of Experimental Hematology. After her thesis she spent two years as practicing veterinarian in a small animal and an equine clinic before she joined the Institute for Animal Pathology in Berlin in 1990. In 1995, she moved to Bern in Switzerland. She holds the German certificate for veterinary pathology specialization and is a diplomate of the ECVP. In Bern she gained exposure to veterinary dermatopathology, which since has become her passion. She spent several externships with well-known dermatopathologists. Since 2004, she is head of the biopsy service in the Institute of Animal Pathology in Bern and is involved in diagnostic pathology, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research. She particularly enjoys teaching of dermatopathology to ECVP and ECVD residents. She has been board member, vice president and president of the International Society of Veterinary Dermatopathology and currently is vice president again. She was responsible for the histopathology exam in the ECVD exam committee for many years. Her main research focus is the hair follicle and alopecic disorders in dogs as well as genodermatoses in domestic animals. She is author or coauthor of more than 140 publications and has been invited to more than 100 lectures and case presentations. Her spare time she spends with her family and enjoys swimming, walking the dog, hiking in the mountains, biking and travelling.
    She spent 2 years as a practicing veterinarian before she joined the Institute for Animal Pathology in Berlin in 1990. In 1995, she moved to Bern in Switzerland where she gained exposure to veterinary dermatopathology, which since has become her passion.

    She holds the German certificate for veterinary pathology specialization and is a diplomate of the ECVP. Since 2004, she is head of the biopsy service in the Institute of Animal Pathology in Bern and is involved in diagnostic pathology, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research. She has been board member, vice president and president of the International Society of Veterinary Dermatopathology and is responsible for the histopathology exam in the ECVD exam committee.

    Her main research focus is the hair follicle and alopecic disorders as well as genodermatoses in dogs. She is author or coauthor of more than 130 publications and has been invited to more than 100 lectures and case presentations.

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