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'I am an enthusiastic epidemiological researcher who is committed to deliver high quality research and is both scientifically and practically oriented. The thing that I love about epidemiology is that it provides the opportunity to add value by translating large amounts of data into practical and comprehensible information for stakeholders. I aim to contribute to a livestock industry that is based on preventive medicine rather than cure, that has high health and welfare standards and that is cherished by the Dutch society.'
In 2006, dr. ir. Inge Santman-Berends obtained her MSc in Animal Science at Wageningen University, the Netherlands with a specialisation in Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. After her graduation in 2006, Inge started to work in the Epidemiology group of GD Animal Health as a veterinary epidemiologist. In 2011, she obtained a PhD at Utrecht University with a thesis entitled: “Impact and transmission of Bluetongue serotype 8 in dairy cattle”. Since 2012, Inge works as a senior veterinary epidemiologist with focus on monitoring and surveillance, risk analysis and quantitative epidemiology. Additionally, from October 2015 on Inge became responsible for the output of the epidemiology department on field studies and product innovations. Besides her position at GD Animal Health, Inge is since March 2017 also part-time employed at Utrecht University as coordinator of an EU funded project on the development of a Surveillance Tool for Outcome-based Comparison of FREEdom from infections generated by control programmes (STOC free).
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