Amy Miele


Personal profile


Amy graduated from the R(D)SVS, University of Edinburgh in 2006 and spent 5 years working in mixed and small animal general practice across Scotland.  She has always had a special interest in animal behaviour and completed a ESVPS Certificate in Animal Behaviour in 2010.  She then began providing a companion animal behaviour referral service to local veterinary practices in Edinburgh before joining the R(D)SVS in 2016.

She completed a PhD in collaboration with The Donkey Sanctuary in 2015 that focussed on the investigation of the donkey as a spontaneous model of respiratory disease, and has a broad range of research interests, including the interaction between physical health and behaviour.


Amy is responsible for the development and coordination of the new distance learning MSc programme in Clinical Animal Behaviour as well as for the undergraduate veterinary clinical animal behaviour teaching.


PhD in Translational Imaging of Pulmonary Fibrosis, University of Edinburgh

ESVPS Certificate in Animal Behaviour

BVM&S, University of Edinburgh

External positions

Clinical Animal Behaviour Consultant

2010 → …


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