European Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging & American Specialist in Equine Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation
Renate is professor of comparative biomechanics and imaging dividing her time between clinical work, research and teaching in large animal diagnostic imaging and locomotor biomechanics.
After graduating from the University of Munich, Renate spend a year in the US before she returned to Germany to work in equine practice. She then became a senior clinical research scholar in large animal diagnostic imaging at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC).
After this she joined the Institute of Veterinary Anatomy in Munich, where she completed her Dr.Vet.Med. thesis on comparison of different imaging modalities in the diagnosis of head disorders in the horse. Following this she spent two years in California before returning to the RVC to do a PhD in the Structure and Motion Laboratory investigating the effect of conformation on locomotor biomechanics in the horse.
Since 2005 Renate has been employed at the RVC dividing her time between clincial work in large animal diagnostic imaging and research in imaging, locomotor biomechanics and veterinary education.