Alana graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science from the University of Queensland in 2005. After graduation, she worked at the UQ Veterinary Teaching Hospital at St. Lucia for several years in various roles.
Alastair graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge in 2001 with a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine, preceded by an intercalated degree in Biological Anthropology.
Bruce graduated from the University of Queensland in 1979 and worked for 15 years in “multiman” small animal practice in suburban Brisbane. After sitting his FANZCVS in Canine Internal Medicine in 2000, Bruce, with a rapidly growing team of other specialists and leaders in their fields, established Veterinary Specialist Services.
Prof Bruce William Parry BVSc, PhD
Claire is a senior lecturer in the College of Veterinary Medicine, School of Veterinary and Life Sciences. She did her veterinary training at Murdoch, graduating with a BSc, BVMS(Hons), in 2002.
Dr Ellie Leister BVSc MANZCVS (SA Medicine) Ellie Leister is the lead Pet Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Veterinarian at Veterinary Specialist Services (VSS) & Animal Emergency Service (AES) in Brisbane. In 2004, Ellie commenced 4 years in mixed practice in country NSW before passing her ANZCVS Member exams and moving to England, where she developed
Dr Poli has a strong interest in the stabilisation and management of critically ill patients, small animal ultrasound and radiology and emergency surgery. He is currently the coordinator of the internship program and the continuing education program for the emergency clinicians at three Animal Emergency Service practices
Dr John Angles graduated in 1988 with honours from the University of Sydney and worked for five years in small animal practice in Canberra, before completing a small animal medicine residency at the University of California at Davis.
Dr Kieri Jermyn BVSc, CertSAS, DipACVS, DipECVS, MRCVS Following graduation from the University of Queensland, Kieri spent 2 years in private practice in Australia before relocating to the United Kingdom. She initially worked for the PDSA animal charity before undertaking a residency in Small Animal Surgery at the Glasgow University Veterinary School. During her residency
Leah graduated from the University of Sydney in 1999 and following a stint in mixed practice in Queensland she headed to the UK in 2001.