Anne Meyer

DVM MVetSci(Epi) PhD

Consultant (Epidemiology)

B orn and educated in France, Anne is an epidemiologist and a veterinarian who graduated from Maisons-Alfort Veterinary School in 2012. She has always had an interest in travel and focussed on being able to combine her veterinary work with overseas experiences.
After graduation, she spent over two years in Africa. Her first experience was working as a field coordinator on an epidemiology research project in South Africa. She then got the opportunity to work as a veterinarian in a primate sanctuary in Gabon.

Following her time in Africa, she moved back to Europe where she joined the Royal Veterinary College in London to work as a research assistant in the Veterinary Epidemiology, Economics and Public Health group. During her time there, she gained great skills in data management, analysis and visualisation.

In early 2017, realising that she had been in the Northern hemisphere for more than two years, she decided to join the Ausvet team in Australia. Since starting she has worked on a variety of projects such as animal health information systems in Indonesia and Australia and disease surveillance and epidemiology in aquaculture. In 2019, she moved back to France, joining the newly created office of Ausvet Europe in Lyon. Anne was awarded her doctorate from the University of Utrecht in June 2021.

In her free time, Anne is a very keen motorbike rider and currently owns two bikes, including a sports bike that she rides during track days. She also loves scuba diving, bouldering, reading and going to the gym.

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