Clinical Research Assistant
Vicky qualified from the University of Cambridge in 2014. After graduating she completed a Junior Clinical Training Scholarship in Equine medicine and surgery at the Cambridge Equine Hospital before working in a busy polo practice in Ascot. She joined Rossdales in June 2017 as the Margaret Giffen Resident in Clinical Research, where in addition to carrying out research projects she also studied for an MSc in Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health.
After completing her Masters at the end of 2020, Vicky has remained at Rossdales as a Clinical Research Assistant where she drives forward the practices’ research initiatives and corresponding application of evidence based medicine. She has a strong interest in the care and welfare of sports horses, in particular the treatment and prevention of fracture pathology, as well as the more global prevention of the emergence and spread of infectious diseases.
In her spare time Vicky can be found playing netball for a local team or running the countryside with her Whippet Archie.
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