I graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London with a BSc Zoology in 2009, and from there went onto study Veterinary Medicine at the University of Nottingham. I qualified as a vet in July 2014 and am now working on my internship in farm veterinary medicine and surgery. I spend 80% of my time in clinical practice at Scarsdale Farm Vets in Derby, and 20% of my time on academic research at the University of Nottingham.
PGCert Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
School Research Theme:
Population Health and Welfare
Improving veterinary engagement in mastitis prevention and control.
Summary of Research:
To identify motivators, barriers and practical solutions to veterinary engagement in mastitis control.
Dr Wendela Wapenaar
- CRESSWELL, L., RICHENS, I., ARCHER, S., BREEN, J., HUXLEY, J., RANDALL, L., REMNANT, J., WAPENAAR, W., BIGGS, A., KERBY, M. and STATHAM, J., 2013. Veterinary vaccination advice and perceived farmer compliance on UK dairy farms, Livestock. 18(5), 166-174
- CRESSWELL, E., BRENNAN, M. L., BARKEMA, H. W. and WAPENAAR, W., 2014. A questionnaire-based survey on the uptake and use of cattle vaccines in the UK, Veterinary Record Open. Vol. 1, no. 1, pp. e000042–e00004