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Fabio Valentini

Medico Veterinario Oncologo

We have been caring for animals for many years now and we love every part of our job! We provide a very warm and friendly environment for your pets. 

Fabio Valentini

Medico Veterinario Oncologo

We have been caring for animals for many years now and we love every part of our job! We provide a very warm and friendly environment for your pets. 

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Fabio Valentini

Medico Veterinario Oncologo

We have been caring for animals for many years now and we love every part of our job! We provide a very warm and friendly environment for your pets. 

  • High School Degree (1994). Scientific High School A.Avogadro in Rome.
  • DVM Degree (1999). University of Bologna, School of Veterinary Medicine. Graduation Thesis: “Telomerase Activity in Canine Mammary Tumors”.
  • One Year Oncology Internship (2002) at the Veterinary Cancer Care Clinic, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois. 
  • MS (Master of Science) degree (2001-2002) at the Veterinary Cancer Care Clinic, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois. Graduation Thesis: “Comparison of two different methods to detect telomerase activity in normal and neoplastic lymph nodes in the dog”.
  • ECVIM-CA (Oncology)residency enrolment:: October 2010- September 2013. Program Director: Prof. Lubas ECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine).
  • 2003-2006: Clinical Activity (Internal Medicine and Surgery) at the “Casilina” Veterinary Hospital in Rome.
  • 2004: Laboratory Activity (Diagnostic Cytology and Haematology) at the CRS private laboratory in Ostia (Rome).
  • 2006-2010: fully responsible doctor (Medical and Surgical Oncology, Diagnostic Cytology) at the “Gregorio VII” Veterinary Hospital in Rome (Medical Director: Dr Matteo Tommasini Degna ECVS).
  • October 2010: Medical Oncology weekly consultant at the COV (Veterinary Oncologic Center) in Sasso Marconi (Bologna).
  1. Use of totally implantable vascular access port with mini-invasive Seldinger technique in dogs undergoing chemotherapy” – Valentini F, Fassone F, Pozzebon A, Gavazza A and Lubas G. Research in Veterinary Science, 2012 Aug 22.
  2. Use of CD9 and CD61 for the characterization of AML-M7 by flow cytometry in a dog. Valentini F, Tasca S, Gavazza A, and Lubas G. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology 2011.
  3. Is there a scientific basis for pet therapy? Giaquinto S, Valentini F. Disabil Rehabil. 2009; 31(7):595-8.
  4. Gait during hydrokinesitherapy following total hip arthroplasty. Giaquinto S, Ciotola E, Margutti F, Valentini F. Disabil Rehabil. 2007 May 15;29(9):743-9.

Abstract presented at International Congress:

  • Valentini F., Kitchell B. – Evaluation of telomerase activity in normal and lymphomatous lymph nodes in the dog – Conf. Proc. 46° SCIVAC International Congress, Milan, May 8-11 2003, 405.
  • Valentini F – Chemo-safety in Veterinary Oncology – Conf. Proc. 48° SCIVAC International Congress, Rimini, May 27-30 2004, 522.
  • Valentini F., Colaceci M., Del Piero F. – A case of extramedullary plasma cell tumor in a cat – Conf. Proc. 50° SCIVAC International Congress, Rimini, May 27- 29 2005, 372.
  • Valentini F. – Intra-lesional Chemotherapy in the management of feline squamous cell carcinoma of the nasal planum, clinical cases – Conf. Proc. 53° SCIVAC International Congress, Rimini, May 19-21 2006, 365.
  • Valentini F., Tasca S., Caon V. – Use of flow cytometry in the characterization of acute megakaryoblastic leukemia (AML-M7) in a dog – Conf. Proc. ESVONCVCS Joint Meeting, Copenhagen, February 28 – March 1 2008.
  • Valentini F., Tasca S., Caon V. – Use of flow cytometry in the characterization of acute megakaryoblastic leukemia (AML-M7) in a dog – Conf. Proc. 58° SCIVAC International Congress, Milan, 7-9 March 2008.
  • Valentini F., Caon V. – Use of Imatinib Mesilate in a case of grade III MCT in a dog – Conf. Proc. 20° Merial International Congress, Riccione, 13-15 June 2008.
  • Valentini F. – Use of Vascular Access Port with mini-invasive Seldinger Technique in dogs undergoing Chemotherapy – Conf. Proc. ESVONC Annual Meeting, Turin, March 2010, .
  • Valentini F. – Comparison of two different methods to detect telomerase activity in normal and lymphomatous lymph nodes in the dog – Seminar held at Helsinky 3 University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Helsinky, July 2003.
  • Valentini F. – Lymphomas and Leukemias in dogs and cats – Scientific Director and Speaker, Sheraton Golf Hotel, Rome, November 2004.
  • Valentini F. – Small Animal Clinical Oncology – Invited Speaker at the UNISVET National Course, Palermo, March 2006.
  • Valentini F. – Presentation, Clinical Signs and Clinical Prognostic Factors of Canine Mast Cell Tumor – Invited Speaker at the fifth SIONCOV Meeting, Cremona, October 2008.
  • Valentini F. – Evaluation of telomerase activity in normal and lymphomatous lymph nodes in the dog – Short Communication held at the 1st SIONCOV National Meeting, Cremona, November 2006.
  • Valentini F. – Malignant Hypercalcemia in a dog affected by mediastinal lymphoma in a dog – Short Communication held at the 1st SIONCOV National Meeting, Cremona, November 2006.
  • Valentini F. – Management of Chemotherapy Complications – Invited Speaker at the 2nd UNISVET National Congress, Milan, 2008.
  • Valentini F. – Use of Vascular Access Port with mini-invasive Seldinger Technique in dogs undergoing Chemotherapy – Short Communication held at the annual SIONCOV National Meeting, Cremona, February 2009
  • Valentini F. – Application of pleural port in veterinary oncology – Short Communication held at the annual SIONCOV Meeting, Cremona, November 2010
  • SCIVAC – Società Culturale Italiana Veterinari Animali da Compagnia (Italian Cultural Society for Small Animal Veterinarians)
  • VCS – Veterinary Cancer Society
  • ESVONC – European Society of Veterinary Oncology
  • SIONCOV – Società Italiana di Oncologia Veterinaria (Italian Society of Veterinary Oncology)

Istruzione

Scientific High School A.Avogadro in Rome.

University of Bologna, School of Veterinary Medicine. Graduation Thesis: “Telomerase Activity in Canine Mammary Tumors”.

at the Veterinary Cancer Care Clinic, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois.

at the Veterinary Cancer Care Clinic, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois. Graduation Thesis: “Comparison of two different methods to detect telomerase activity in normal and neoplastic lymph nodes in the dog”.

ECVIM-CA (Oncology) residency enrolment. Program Director: Prof. Lubas ECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine).

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