Björn Meij joins AniCura’s Scientific Council

Björn Meij, professor in small animal surgery at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, joins AniCura’s Scientific Council as new member. Björn Meij is a well-known researcher within orthopaedics and neurosurgery, and will make an important contribution in developing research and quality across AniCura.

AniCura’s Scientific Council was established in 2013 to promote evidence-based care, research and quality across AniCura. The council also reviews applications and allocates funds from AniCura’s Research Fund.

In May, Björn Meij was appointed new member of AniCura’s Scientific Council. Björn is a Dutch veterinarian, professor and European specialist (Diplomate ECVS) in small animal surgery since 1993. Today, he is head of surgery at the Utrecht university where he leads a team of specialist surgeons and is ECVS resident coordinator. Björn Meij is well-known for his research within orthopaedics and neurosurgery.

- It is a great pleasure to welcome Björn Meij to AniCura’s Scientific Council. He has significant experience from highly specialised veterinary care, and a strong scientific track record. His expertise will be key to develop clinical research at AniCura, says Anna Tidholm, Chairman of AniCura’s Scientific Council.

- I am impressed by AniCura’s commitment to quality development and research. Closer collaboration between universities and clinics is important to develop veterinary research, and I look forward to join AniCura’s Scientific Council, says Björn Meij, professor in small animal surgery at The Utrecht University.

In June, the research projects and veterinarians who will receive funding from AniCura’s Research Fund in 2018 will be announced.

For further information, please contact
Maria Tullberg, Group Communications Manager AniCura, +46 736 268 886

About AniCura

AniCura is a family of well-known animal hospitals and clinics specialised in veterinary care for companion animals. Born out of the idea that sharing resources creates opportunities for better veterinary care, the company was established in 2011 as the first merger of companion animal hospitals in the Nordic region. Today, AniCura is a role model within specialised veterinary care and a valued partner for pet owners and referring veterinarians across Europe.

AniCura offers a wide range of high quality medical services covering preventive and basic health care as well as advanced diagnostics, internal medicine, intensive care, surgery and orthopaedics. AniCura also provides rehabilitation, physiotherapy and dietary advice and offers selected pet food and care products.

AniCura provides modern, high-quality veterinary care for pets at 200 European locations and creates peace of mind for pet owners through excellent access and patient safety. Every year, AniCura’s 4 000 passionate veterinary professionals attend to more than two million companion animal patients. AniCura is a trusted training and referral body.

For information on how AniCura is working to shape the future of veterinary care, please visit our website www.anicuragroup.com

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AniCura is a family of well-known animal hospitals and clinics specialised in veterinary care for companion animals. Born out of the idea that sharing resources creates opportunities for better veterinary care, the company was established in 2011 as the first merger of companion animal hospitals in the Nordic region. Today, AniCura is a role model within specialised veterinary care and a valued partner for pet owners and referring veterinarians across Europe. The company offers a wide range of high quality medical services covering preventive and basic health care as well as advanced diagnostics, internal medicine, intensive care, surgery and orthopaedics. AniCura also provides rehabilitation, physiotherapy and dietary advice and offers selected pet food and care products. For information on how AniCura is working to shape the future of veterinary care, please visit our website www.anicuragroup.com

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I am impressed by AniCura’s commitment to quality development and research. Closer collaboration between universities and clinics is important to develop veterinary research, and I look forward to join AniCura’s Scientific Council
Björn Meij, professor in small animal surgery at The Utrecht University