Michael has worked in both referral and general practice since graduating in 2006. He is passionate about endocrinology, gastroenterology and haematology (that’s hormone-related, gastrointestinal disease and blood-related diseases for those of us that don’t speak “vet”!). He is currently in training to become a specialist in Feline Medicine under the guidance of Feline Specialist Dr Darren Foster. As part of his training he is undertaking an original research project on a unique disease known as “Feline Gastrointestinal Eosinophilic Sclerosing Fibroplasia”. This is a rare disease in cats. With all Michaels cases he keeps both a patient and client based focus and always keep owners informed as part of the decision making process in the management of their pet.
In his spare time you can find him running, cycling or swimming – usually in training for triathalons (though he is the first to admit, he’s not very good at them).