RCVS Diplomate in Equine Internal Medicine
Neil qualified from the University of Cambridge Veterinary School in 1994; he worked in mixed practice in England and then undertook a rotating mixed practice internship at the University of Sydney where he was awarded the Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Studies in 1995. After a further short period in mixed practice in England, Neil moved to the University of Edinburgh where he completed a PhD in Grass Sickness and Equine Gastroenterology and a Residency in Equine Internal Medicine. He achieved his Certificate in Equine Internal Medicine in this period. Neil then joined the Faculty at the Dick Vet as a Lecturer in Equine Medicine. He has also pursued post-doctoral research in equine and comparative gastroenterology. He was awarded the RCVS Diploma in Equine Internal Medicine (DEIM) in 2006 and then spent a period as Director of Undergraduate Admissions and is currently a Senior Veterinary Clinical Lecturer at the Dick Vet. Neil’s areas of major professional interest are equine internal medicine (particularly gastroenterology and neurology), Comparative Gastroenterology and Veterinary Education.