Executive Board

Executive Board

Our present Executive Board society (2016-2018) and past presidents.

Luigi Venco

President (Italy)
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Elena Carretón

Vice-President (Spain)
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Rodrigo Morchón

Secretary (Spain)
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Vladimir Kartashev

Treasurer (Russia)
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Members

Laura H. Kramer

Italy
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Roland Schaper

Germany
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Ljubomir Curcin

Serbia
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Alberto Montoya

Spain
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Officers

Giulio Grandi

Italy
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Olga Jacso

Hungary
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Marco Genchi

Italy
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Hans Peter Fuehrer

Austria
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Past Presidents

Eva Fok (2014-2016)

Hungary
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Vice-President: Luigi Venco (Italy).
Secretary: Rodrigo Morchón (Spain).
Treasurer: Vladimir Kartashev (Russia).

Fernando Simon (2012-2014)

Spain
Phone: (0039) 0372 403509
Email: info@esda.vet

Vice-President: Eva Fok (Hungary).
Secretary: Eva H. Kramer (Italy).
Treasurer: Vladimir Kartashev (Russia).

Claudio Genchi (2009-2012)

Italy
Phone: (0039) 0372 403509
Email: info@esda.vet

Vice-President: Fernando Simon (Spain)
Secretary: Laura Rinaldi (Italy)
Treasurer: Albert Marinculic (Croatia)

ESDA

Mission

The mission of Society is to be an European resource for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of both D. immitis and D. repens and Angiostrongylus vasorum in companion animals and to educate physicians and the public on the zoonotic risk of human Dirofilariosis.