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Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Veterinary Science, University of Bristol
Bachelor of Science, University of Bristol

Biography

I graduated from the Bristol University Veterinary School in 2010. I had also completed intercalated degree in Veterinary Pathogenesis in 2008.

I then worked in a busy first opinion small animal practice in East Yorkshire for 2 years, where I also started training nurses. My interest in medicine and teaching developed during these 2 years working with enthusiastic collaegues.

I enrolled in a small animal rotating internship at Nottingham University and finshed with a postgraduate certificate.

In July 2013 I started as a senior clinical training scholar in internal medicine here at the R(D)SVS. I have always had an interest in all aspects of internal medicine in both dogs and cats, but particularly enjoy endocrinology and haematology. During this residency I have maintained my interests, and have developed an interest in gastrointestinal disease and endoscopy.

I am greatful for the oppurtunity to work with and learn from the diplomates at Edinburgh veterinary school, as well as the research oppurtunities at the Roslin.

Qualifications

Bachelot of Science, Veterinary Pathogenesis 2008

Bachelot of Veterinary Science, 2010

Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Veterinary Medicine 2013

 

Current Research Interests

Pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease in dogs. Gastrointestinal permeability in disaesed states.

Research Interests

Immune mediated diseases; inflammatory bowel disaese, immune mediated haemolytic anaemia.

Gastrointestinal permeability and motility in GI disease states and in systemic disease and critical illness.

Pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease.

Mechanisms of immune dysfuction in various organ systems, renal GI, haematology, endocrine

 

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