Sarah is the head of Oncology at Southfields Veterinary Specialists in Essex and is a European Specialist in both medical and radiation Oncology. Sarah enjoys seeing patients for multi-modal therapy, and her areas of interest include the optimization of chemotherapy protocols for small animal lymphoid neoplasia and combined medical and radiation therapy strategies. Sarah graduated from Liverpool in 2007 and worked in small animal practice for two years before returning to Liverpool to undertake a rotating internship. Sarah remained at Liverpool and completed residency training and then worked as a lecturer in Oncology for two years. From 2015 to 2018 Sarah worked at The Queen's Veterinary School Hospital as Principal Clinical Oncologist, before moving to Southfields. Prior to training as a vet, Sarah completed a BSc in molecular biology and a PhD in cell cycle regulation at the University of Glasgow. Following this, Sarah worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Harvard Medical School. She also holds the RCVS certificate in Small Animal Medicine and the post-graduate certificate in Education, and enjoys teaching and training interns and residents. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with friends, family and her two cats.
Head of Oncology
Southfields Veterinary Specialists
Qualifications: BVSc BSc PhD CertAVP(SAM) PGCertEd DipECVIM-CA(Oncology) MRCVS