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An Vanhaesebrouck

An Vanhaesebrouck


Clinical Neurologist

Professional history

An graduated from the University of Ghent (Belgium) in 2004. In 2005 she obtained a certificate (CEAV) in small animal internal medicine in France. After a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the National Veterinary School of Alfort (Paris) in France, An returned to the University of Ghent to complete a residency in veterinary neurology. She worked as a clinical neurologist at the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital from 2009 to 2014. An left the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital to take up a research fellowship in clinical neurosciences sponsored by the Wellcome trust at Oxford University (DPhil), where she worked in Professor Beeson’s congenital myasthenia lab. She re-joined the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital in May 2018 as a clinical neurologist. She received several awards for her clinical and DPhil research. 

Research interests

An is interested in all neurological diseases and is particularly interested in neuromuscular and movement disorders, as well as electrodiagnostics. She enjoys setting up and guiding clinical research projects to understand disease processes and to improve patient care.