Assistant Professor in Veterinary Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Prior to training as a vet, Lisa taught and did research and method development in the field of Medical Laboratory Science for 5 years at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She studied veterinary medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, Canada. She worked full time in mixed rural practice in the UK for 2 years where she did the clinical shelter work at Cats Protection Derby adoption centre and Ashbourne District Animal Welfare. She has also worked as a locum in various mixed and small animal practices over a 5 year period. In addition, she has been employee in the veterinary charity sector as Head of Veterinary Services for 2 years and Field Veterinary Officer for 9 years, both at Cats Protection.
After completing a Master's degree in Veterinary Epidemiology at the Royal Veterinary College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, she worked at the Royal Veterinary College as a research associate for various contract research projects. Lisa joined the Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in 2018.
Lisa is a member of the scientific committee of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) and Treasurer of the Association of Charity Vets.
Lisa is involved in a variety of teaching across all 5 years of the veterinary undergraduate course. Her teaching encompasses facilitation of small group case-based learning, scientific writing,… read more
Lisa is involved in a variety of teaching across all 5 years of the veterinary undergraduate course. Her teaching encompasses facilitation of small group case-based learning, scientific writing, communication skills and ethics. She teaches evidence-based medicine, clinical epidemiology, clinical pathology and shelter medicine to final year students on rotation.
Her professional interests are in clinical pathology, clinical epidemiology, evidence-based medicine, shelter medicine and feline medicine, in particular, hyperthyroidism and diabetes.
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