Sarah graduated from Nottingham in 2012, and then completed her internship at Oakham immediately after graduating. She is delighted to have returned to the team! After her internship, Sarah worked in equine ambulatory practice in the Scottish Highlands and Kent, before returning to Scotland to complete an Equine Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Glasgow, becoming a European and RCVS Equine Internal Medicine specialist. While at Glasgow she also completed a Masters by research investigating the gastric microbiota associated with gastric disease in Thoroughbred racehorses.
Sarah is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, teaching on campus Monday and Tuesday and working in the hospital Wednesday to Friday. Sarah loves all aspects of internal medicine; areas of particular interest include gastric disease and infectious disease. She also particularly enjoys working with the 'not quite right', weight loss, and fever of unknown origin cases.
When not at work Sarah can usually be found cycling, or trying to entertain her Greyhound, Raven.
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