Clinical Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
I graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2006, and worked in mixed practice for two years before moving to a small animal practice in Staffordshire where I still work part time. My main clinical interest is in veterinary ophthalmology and I now spend the majority of my time in practice treating patients with eye problems.
I joined the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at Nottingham in 2019 as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Veterinary Education. My role at the school is quite varied, and includes undergraduate teaching in ophthalmology, as well as developing and delivering post-graduate CPD, delivered both online and in-person. Within this role I act as a personal tutor to vets on the Advanced Clinical Practitioner (Veterinary) Apprenticeship course.
I have completed several post graduate qualifications over the years including a CertAVP, and most recently a BSAVA ophthalmology certificate, allowing me to become an Advanced Practitioner in Veterinary Ophthalmology.
I teach veterinary ophthalmology to undergraduate students. I am also involved in developing and delivering post-graduate CPD, including the Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (delivered… read more
I teach veterinary ophthalmology to undergraduate students. I am also involved in developing and delivering post-graduate CPD, including the Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (delivered online) and in-person CPD days.
I am currently studying for the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education.
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