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Diana Bochynska

Professional history

I gained my veterinary degree from the University of Life Science in Lublin, Poland in 2017. During my last 2 years as an undergraduate I became interested in veterinary pathology and decided to take extra training in it.

After graduating from the university of Lublin I then undertook further training in both clinical and anatomic pathology at University College Dublin, and at the University of Pisa, for 2 months at a time.

Following this, I was employed by the veterinary school at the University of Krakow where I was appointed as a pathologist-in-training for a fixed period of 9 months.

Following this I decided to gain employment as a regular veterinary clinician in a small-animal practice in Dublin.

Veterinary pathology interests me because it’s one of the fundamental core aspects of veterinary science. Pathology takes a whole-body approach, which is something that I like. Even if initially a case may appear to be mundane and routine, surprises can always be thrown up, and I also like this aspect of pathology.

 

Recent publications

Bochyńska D, Milczak A, Abramowicz B, et al. (2017). Badanie słuchu u psów - możliwości i ograniczenia.Cz 1 (Tests of hearing in dogs - possibilities and limitations. Part 1)- Mag Wet: 27: pp.12-17 Bochyńska D, Milczak A, Abramowicz B, et al. (2017). Badanie słuchu u psów - możliwości i ograniczenia. Cz 2 (Tests of hearing in dogs - possibilities and limitations. Part 2). Mag Wet: 26:pp.49-56. Milczak A., Abramowicz B, Bochyńska D, et al. (2017). Management of traumatic pleural lymphorrhoea in dogs and cats.Mag Wet: 26:pp.12-19 Śmiech. A. Ślaska. B. Łopuszyński. W. Jasik. A. Bochyńska. D., Dąbrowski. R. (in review). Epidemiological assessment of the risk of canine mast cell tumours based on the Kiupel two-grade malignancy classification- Acta Veterynaria scandinavica