Dr. Myriam Baranger-Ete
DVM, EMSAVM, MRCVS
Dr. Myriam Baranger-Ete graduated from Maisons-Alfort National Veterinary University (France) in 1998 then completed a year externship at the Equine hospital of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Saint-Hyacinthe, University of Montreal (Canada). There she completed her thesis with honours in equine locomotor pathology and diagnostic ultrasound in 1999.
A move to Hong Kong in 1999 brought her back to Canine and Feline Medicine and she completed the Distance Education Small Animal Sonology Course with the Post-Graduation Foundation of the University of Sydney in 2008, as well as a European Master of Small Animal Veterinary Medicine with the ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies), with the University of Luxemburg. During this training, Dr Myriam realized that an early and accurate diagnosis was key for any therapeutic success and she became passionate and obsessed about Diagnostics since then.
After intensive training, she focused on providing referral ultrasound services and promoting ultrasound education in Asia; co-founding Hong Kong first mobile veterinary ultrasound service in 2013, then developing the services together with Dr Jennifer Kan in Singapore with SVI (Singapore Veterinary Imaging) and Malaysia with MUS (Mobile Ultrasound Service).
Aside of her referral ultrasound clinical work, Dr Myriam very much enjoys her time teaching other veterinarians ultrasound techniques giving seminars, workshops and courses all around Asia and Australia where she co-founded the Soundiagnosis Academy.
She was also the co-founder of Asia Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratories and is currently the regional director for AVD-Antech Asia Reference Diagnotic Labs.
She is an active member of the International Veterinary Ultrasound Society, of the European Society of Veterinary Cardiology and of the Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostics Imaging.
In love with Asia, Dr Myriam is thrilled to be able to continue actively developing Advanced Diagnostics in the region and to be able to continue supporting her veterinary colleagues with all their diagnostic needs so that they can provide nothing but the best level of cares to their patients.