The route to being a Board Certified Veterinary Neurologist was not a straight line for Dr James Cellini but he learnt a lot along the way!
Category: Your Career Stories
I have wanted to be a vet since I was about 10 years old. I come from a family full of doctors but I always preferred animals to people and so this was an obvious career path! I was fortunate to have the support to get into university first time around (although I did get […]
Robyn Lowe RVN works in first opinion small animal practice as a veterinary nurse but has many other area of interest with our profession! She writes regular articles for various publications and is a keen promoter of evidence based medicine. She is also a passionate supporter of our professions mental well-being and is the first […]
Dr Louisa Graham BVM BVS BVMedSci PGcertVPS CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS, is also known as ‘Louisa The Vet’ on Instagram, where she shares her cases and patients in informative and educational posts aimed at her fellow professionals. She is a Clinic Director of a busy small animal practice, where she leads a motivated and happy team. In […]
Minnie Liddle MRCVS is a small animal vet who has been on a big adventure! After a few years in first opinion practice, she left to care for sea turtles in the Maldives with the Olive Ridley Project. (And Olive Ridley isn’t a person, it’s a species of turtle!) Her story really is amazing and […]
Georgia’s career journey as a Veterinary Nurse has taken her all the way from traditional mixed practice to the Weight Management Clinic at Liverpool University as their specialist Veterinary Nurse. Her interest in nutrition set her on this path and she now holds both Level 4 Certificate in Canine and Feline Veterinary Health Nutrition (CertCFVHNut) […]
Abby is a Registered Veterinary Nurse living in the Cotswolds in the UK and working in the local Out-Of-Hours clinic and she has found her perfect life/work balance! She also has an interest in animal behaviour. She already has her Nursing Certificate in the subject and is studying for her Advanced Diploma in Canine Behaviour. […]