The Referral Team
Department: Internal Medicine
Janine graduated from the University of Liverpool in June 2004 and worked in small animal practice for 18 months after graduation followed by a further 18 months travelling overseas and practicing in Melbourne, Australia. Janine Returned to the UK in early 2006 and went back into practice where her interest in Internal Medicine grew. In August 2008 she began a 1 year rotating internship at Rutland House Referrals, Merseyside followed by a residency at University of Glasgow as Senior Clinical Training Scholar in Small Animal Internal Medicine. During this time, Janine gained expertise in all aspects of Internal Medicine as well as experience working in a busy Oncology Department.
Janine joined the Internal Medicine team at Pride Veterinary Centre in 2012 and is currently working towards the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Companion Animal after successfully completing the general examination in September 2012.
Janine’s areas of clinical interest are haematology and immunological disorders, gastroenterology and performing all types of endoscopy procedures. Her main areas of research are comparative aspects of canine and human hepatic diseases. She is also an active member of the Small Animal Medicine Society (SAMSoc) and regularly attends meetings and the pre-congress day each year at BSAVA.
Outside of work, Janine enjoys foreign travel, eating out and whenever possible, relaxing at home with her husband and their handsome ginger cat Fin.
Current projects include:
“Use of the AST:platelet ratio index (APRI) as a biomarker for canine hepatic fibrosis”
“Budesonide in canine inflammatory bowel disease”
“Comparison of axillary, auricular and rectal temperature in dogs”
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