Section for Internal Medicine, Oncology and Clinical Pathology
1-71, Building: H 1045
1870 Frederiksberg C
My name is Tina Møller Sørensen. I am an assistant professor in section of medicine, oncology and clinical pathology, where we mainly work with medical illnesses. We have a very broad and diverse group of patients, but our focus is in-depth diagnostics, to ensure the most correct treatment of the individual patients
My research focuses precisely on the optimization of our current diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infections in dogs. My focus is diagnostics and antimicrobial usage in primary practice. The subject is relevant because there are large gaps in the scientific litterature of our way to deal with this particular group of patients, and especially how we treat them. Urinary tract infections are typically treated with antibiotics. Since the development of resistance among bacteria is a emerging nationally and internationally problem in both humans and animals , we must be sure to only use antibiotics when it is justified and necessary for the patient.
You are welcome to contact me for further information about my research.
Tina Møller Sørensen
Primary fields of research
Urinary tract infections
Use of antibiotics
- "Emergency and critical care medicine, obstetrics and clinical anesthesiology"
- Clinical rotations in internal medicine and emergency and critical care medicine