This portion of our website is set aside to commemorate the members of our college that have sadly passed away.
These ECVDI® members are remembered fondly and with great respect. If you would like to know more about how their lives enhanced the ECVDI®, please click on the “read more” sections.
"Look and compare!" Kees Dik, founder of modern diagnostic imaging
Uri Bargai was a very special person, known to people from our professional field as Uri or Professor Bargai but for many it was Uri and Ella, his beloved wife
Martin Weaver was born into a veterinary family, his father, Professor David Weaver, being formerly an eminent farm animal clinician at Glasgow University Veterinary School.
Klaus Hartung passed away on the 7th of September 2016 at the age 78. The international veterinary radiology community has lost a great teacher, scientist, colleague and above all, friend.
Luigi Pozzi graduated from the University of Turin in 1951 cum laude. He was volunteer assistant at the Obstetric and Gynaecology Department 1952-1954. He then became an assistant Professor 1954-1977.
Peter Suter passed away on 12 th February, of pancreatic cancer. He was one of the true fathers of veterinary radiology, pioneering and teaching to generations of students and residents the then new concepts of differential diagnosis, radiologic signs, pattern recognition and systematic medical records as aids to radiological and clinical diagnosis.
Mary-Elizabeth Raw passed away peacefully following a short spell in hospital on May 7, 2017. She was born on 24th November, 1946 and was educated at the girls’ grammar school in Kidderminster.
She qualified from Liverpool University in 1972 and started her career in mixed practice in Worcestershire, later working in small animal practices in Australia and Canada.
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