Charlotte De Voogt was born and raised in Antwerp. She graduated in 2016 with great distinction as a veterinarian 'option Small Animals' at Ghent University. After her studies she worked for a year in a Flemish small animal veterinary clinic. She then returned to the Small Animal Clinic, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UGent) to complete a rotating 'internship' of small animals. Because of her predilection for internal medicine, she then followed a specialized 'internship' in internal medicine for small animals at the University of Liège. In 2019 Charlotte started a residency (specialization training) in Internal Medicine Small Animals at the Small Animal Clinic, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UGent).
She likes to spend her free time with her family and friends. Charlotte also likes to go for a walk with her dog Darko.
As part of her residency, Charlotte's research focuses mainly on hyperthyroidism in cats treated with radioactive iodine. The aim is to optimize radioiodine treatment through active monitoring of these cats. She also investigates how the owner experiences the treatment of their cat with radioactive iodine.