Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dr. Harut Avsaroglu graduated (DVM) from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Utrecht University, The Netherlands in 1999. Following two years of private veterinary practice he returned to Utrecht University to pursue a PhD (2001-2004) on laboratory animal anesthesia. During this time, he was also locum veterinarian for the Central Laboratory Animal Institute (CLAI) at Utrecht University. In 2004, Dr. Avsaroglu became manager of veterinary affairs and started a residency in laboratory animal medicine at CLAI. In 2007, he completed the Post-Graduate Vocational Course on Laboratory Animal Science. From 2008, he was seconded as clinical veterinarian at the Animal Research Institute AMC (ARIA) in Amsterdam and at TNO Triskelion (2009-2011) in Zeist. Dr. Avsaroglu achieved board certification by the European College of Laboratory Animal Medicine in 2010. The following year he left CLAI and was employed as clinical veterinary manager at ARIA. In 2016, he joined Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross), St Kitts, West Indies, as both Director of Animal Resources and Attending Veterinarian
Rodent pathogens and their impact on research
Arndt SS, Mazlan NH, Van’t Klooster J, Van Lith HA, Kirchhoff S, Hoekman MFM, Avsaroglu H, Ohl F. Comparison of Saphenous Venipuncture and Submandibular Bleeding in BALB/c and C57BL/6 mice. 11th FELASA Symposium, June 14-17, 2010, Helsinki.
Timmermans R, Avsaroglu H, De Grouw J. Zebrafish health monitoring programme. 11th FELASA Symposium, June 14-17, 2010, Helsinki