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Luc Chabanne

DVM, Professor of Internal Medicine – Companion Animals Head of the Clinical Sciences (Companion Animals and Equine) Department VetAgro Sup – Campus vétérinaire de Lyon

Luc CHABANNE, Professor, VetAgro Sup – Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon. DVM (graduate from the Ecoles Vétérinaires Françaises in 1985). PhD, Research Habilitation.

1.Veterinary medicine practice:

– regular work as a self-employed practitioner between 1985 and 1993, in two veterinary clinics, being involved in all aspects of this practice, including surgical activities, supervision and emergencies.

– in the framework of the Small Animals Clinics of the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon (Internal Medicine Unit), starting in 1986, with hospital staff training and clinical consultation. Starting in 1993, consultations on referred cases in Hematology and Immunopathology.

2.Teaching veterinary medicine: from 1986, teaching assistant (mainly in the clinical field). In 1993, appointment as a Lecturer in Clinical Pathology, then, in 1994, Assistant Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine, and Professor in 2007. 1998 – 2010: Director of the Internal Medicine Clinical and Teaching Units in the Small Animals Department. 2007 to 2016: Head of the Small Animals Department. Head of the Clinical Sciences (Companion Animals and Equine) Department, 2016 – 2022. Participation in teaching at postgraduate and post-university levels organized by the other Ecoles Nationales Vétérinaires, and FECAVA. Participation (lectures and papers) in numerous professional conferences, in France and elsewhere.

3.Research activities:

1988 – 2005: Applied clinical research in canine immunopathology, mainly orientated towards the origins of auto-immune diseases, and notably the canine model of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.

1988 – 2005: Applied clinical research in canine immunopathology, mainly orientated towards the origins of auto-immune diseases, and notably the canine model of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.

Since 2005: Involved on tick-borne infectious diseases in dogs, and Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks. Member of research unit Epidemiology of animal and zoonotic diseases.

4.Since 1996, regular consulting and assessment work for internationally-known laboratories (Merial, Synbiotics, DiaMed, Biopure, Idexx) and reviewer of articles and research projects.

 

Pr Luc CHABANNE

Luc Chabanne is graduate from the French National Veterinary Schools (Lyon, 1985). Master of Sciences in Hematology and Immunology, PhD, accreditation to supervise research. Professor (Small animal internal medicine) at the University of Lyon.

He started his career as a veterinarian (veterinary practice between 1985 and 1993), then took a position at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and School of Lyon, VetAgro Sup. Head of the Clinical Sciences Department (companion animals and equine) (2007 – 2019) and currently Director of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

His research initially focused on autoimmune diseases in dogs. He is now interested in vector-borne diseases and is a member of the Epidemiology of Animal and Zoonotic Diseases Team, an INRAE – VetAgro Sup Joint Research Unit.