American, European & RCVS Specialist in Equine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Annamaria qualified in 2004 in Hungary. After two internships at Dubai Equine Hospital and the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, UK, she completed a residency in equine diagnostic imaging at the University of Bristol. She then worked as an equine orthopaedic clinician at the Animal Health Trust for nearly a decade. Annamaria was awarded an RCVS Fellowship for her thesis on magnetic resonance imaging of the carpus and proximal metacarpal region and a PhD for her work on epidemiology of eliminations from international endurance rides. In 2016 Annamaria became a Diplomate of the American and in 2018 the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. She is also an RCVS Specialist status in Equine Sports Medicine. Annamaria has published over 25 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been a speaker at national and international conferences. She is currently an associate professor at Equine Clinic of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and has a special interest in advanced orthopaedic imaging, including MRI and standing CT.