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Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool
Recipient of the Boehringer Ingleheim Vetmedica BVSc Prize for Anaesthesia
Master in Science, University of Edinburgh
Thesis: “Influence of thoracic dimensions and body mass on oxygenation in sevoflurane-anaesthetised Equidae” (Professor RE Clutton BVSc MRCVS DVA DipECVAA MRCA, J Mansel BVM&S MSc Dipl ECVAA MRCVS)


Bryony qualified from the University of Liverpool, and spent a happy three years in traditional mixed practice in the west of Scotland before commencing her residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia in 2012.

Bryony will be found in the anaesthesia department in the Hospital for Small Animals, Equine and Farm Animal Hospitals, working alongside Veterinary Anaesthesia Diploma holders, anaesthetising patients, managing peri-operative pain relief, and supervising and teaching final year students on clinics and in tutorials.  She is also involved in teaching and demonstration in anaesthesia workshops for third year undergraduate veterinary students.

Outside her studies Bryony has an interest in behaviour and  enjoys the clicker training her Birman cat “Zak” and Flat Coated Retriever "Flora"


Year 3: 

Clinical Foundation Course

Year 5:

Final Year Rotations, Student Selected Component 2

Current Research Interests

Currently working title of project:   Comparison of three equine anaesthesia recovery quality scoring systems with two groups of recovery videos

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