Marcin Suszyński, DVM, MPVM
Director of the clinic, epidemiologist
Dr. Suszyński manages and supervises the SpecVet clinic being responsible for marketing and transfer of high-tech diagnostic and medical methods.
He graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw in 2004 and then, as the first Pole, completed a postgraduate study at UC Davis achieving the diploma Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM). Furthermore, he took part in numerous international and national courses (including the board-certification classes) associated with public health protection and animal hygiene. Dr. Suszyński is an expert in epidemiology and biosecurity, zoonotic diseases and the so called strategic diseases.
In his early professional career, he was involved in border control and avian transportation. He was giving lectures to the postgraduate students at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, and classes on infectious diseases for English-speaking students. Today, Marcin is dedicating his time and efforts to develop the continuous education programs for veterinary surgeons. Making use of his international business and academic contacts, he invites to Poland the top class and worldwide recognized professors and specialists in different fields of veterinary medicine.
Agnieszka Neska-Suszyńska, DVM
Head of the clinic, nephrology, urology and endocrinology consultant
Dr. Agnieszka Neska-Suszyńska is involved in specialized treatments provided for patients with kidney and urinary tract diseases as well as in diagnostics of endocrine disorders. In her Reference Veterinary Practice, situated in Ursynów (one of the Warsaw districts) she provides consultancy services for nephology cases in animals from all over Poland, supported by modern and comprehensive diagnostics and advance medical treatments (including renal replacement therapies, such as hemodialysis).
Agnieszka graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw in 2006. Further on, she was developing her skills and getting new knowledge during internships classes supervised by the best American internists in the AMC clinic in New York and UC Davis (where she assisted in pioneering clinical trials, consulted unusual nephology and intoxication cases and applied specialized treatments, with hemodialysis and other detoxication techniques).
Dr. Agnieszka’s professional interests include detoxication techniques, renal transplantation, glomerular diseases, and renal-origin anemias.
Grzegorz Bogdański, DVM
Surgeon, surgery and orthopedics consultant
Dr. Grzegorz Bogdański graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences. After a few years of clinical work, in 2010, he completed three-year board-certification course at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences and became a board-certified veterinary surgeon. He participated in many international congresses, for example with specialists from UC Davis – Philipp Mayhew, William Culp, Tamara Grubb and Howard Seim III, and workshops with Rafael Lourenço (daroplasty), Frédéric Sanspoux (osteosynthesis MIPO), and Filippo Maria Martini (TTA/TPLO).
His main clinical interests include surgery of urinary tract, orthopedics and regenerative medicine. In SpecVet Clinic he performs: surgical treatment of ectopic ureters, cystotomy, ureterostomy, nephrectomy and ureteral stenting.
Dagmara Majewska, DVM
Dentistry and maxillofacial surgery consultant
Dr. Dagmara Majewska graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
She completed three internships on veterinary dentistry and maxillofacial surgery at UC Davis, Cornell University and University of Wisconsin, of which the first two being recognized as the best veterinary schools in the world and determining a pathway for development of this field of veterinary medicine. There, she consulted complicated clinical cases, interpreted advanced imaging studies results, including cone beam computed tomography, and assisted in advanced surgical procedures and scientific studies. While studying at the vet faculty, Dagmara completed work placements in the largest animal hospital in Europe: Royal Veterinary College in London, where she worked at cardiology and intensive care sections, and in the Companion Animal Hospital at Copenhagen University in Denmark, where she was developing her knowledge and skills in internal disease and imaging diagnostics.
Dagmara has been taking part in international veterinary conferences held in Poland and abroad, including a BSAVA congress in Birmingham in 2015 and an EVDC congress in Ghent. She has co-authored scientific publications on veterinary dentistry.
Michał Wąsowicz, DVM, PhD
Dentistry and maxillofacial surgery consultant
Dr. Michał Wąsowicz graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, in 2006 and became a board-certified specialist in epizootiology and veterinary administration in 2010. Further on, in 2014 he defended a doctoral thesis on nasal cavity and nasal sinuses diseases in the cat. In his day-to-day work, Michał dedicates the time for veterinary dentistry field in dogs, cats, rabbits and rodents. He is passionate about veterinary dentistry and clinical anatomy. He participated in many international congresses and workshop held by European Veterinary Dental College (EVDC), European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies (ESAVS) and Polskie Stowarzyszenie Lekarzy Weterynarii Małych Zwierząt (PSLWMZ). Dr. Wąsowicz has authored numerous scientific reports and papers on veterinary dentistry and clinical anatomy. Since 2006, he has been holding an academic teaching post at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences. He is a member of the European Veterinary Dental Society (EVDS) and the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists (EAVA) since 2010.
Anna Jakubczak, DVM
Dr. Anna Jakubczak graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
While studying, Anna was actively attending the meeting of Student’s Scientific Working Group at her parent University. She built up her professional experience by volunteering in the clinics in Warsaw and Łodź. For the last year and a half, she was working in Żoliborska Klinika Weterynaryjna where she completed a six-month internship. Anna’s passion for travelling encouraged her to complete voluntary service at ZAASO in Zanzibar and in PAWS on Mauritius.
Dagmara Przybysz, MSc
Darmara graduated from the Faculty of Biology, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, with special training on microbial biology. Her love for animals drove her to the SpecVet Clinic in December 2013 and since then, she’s been responsible for laboratory equipment, analyses and blood counts, and microscopic examinations. In private, she owns two queens: Arya, a calico kitty, and tricolor Lilo.
Karolina is a graduate of Warsaw Veterinary High School. She’s been working in the SpecVet Clinic since November 2014. She completed her first work placements in Żoliborska Klinika Weterynaryjna. Before joining a companion animal clinic, she wanted to work with large animals.
Aleksandra graduated from a veterinary post-secondary school in Warsaw. She completed an internship and then worked as a veterinary nurse in a vet practice and in an animal shelter situated in Mazury (a region in North-eastern Poland). Her interests include animal psychology. In private, she owns Lucy, a female dog.
Aleksandra Gołębiewska is fifth-year student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences. Especially interested in soft tissue surgery and anesthesia. She completed student’s internship in the biggest veterinary hospital in Madrid, where she
where she worked on the operating block and under the supervision of experienced specialists she learned surgical techniques and anesthesia of pets and exotic animals. She also did student internship in Redline veterinary clinic in Łazy.
Martyna Posłuszny is a fourth-year student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Warsaw University of Life Sciences. She completed her student internship in the veterinary hospital “Jaggy” located in Brno. She worked in the Internal Medicine and Neurological Divisions alongside the experienced specialists. Martyna participated in the rehabilitation and anesthetic care of the patients in a loving and caring manner. She has served as a volunteer at “Tail Torrox” Dog Refuge located in Spain. Martyna is a dedicated member of the International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA). She participates locally, sharing her knowledge and skills with others.