Emma graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2022 having completed an additional intercalated degree in Comparative Pathology in 2019. This allowed her to research the degenerative neuromuscular disease Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which is currently progressing the treatment of the condition in dogs and humans alike.
Emma was fascinated by wildlife and dinosaurs growing up, but due to her sense of deprivation over never being allowed a pet dog as a child, she instead decided to commit to working with them every single day and to make them feel better to compensate. Throughout her studies, she was particularly interested in pathology, neurology and shelter medicine, and would now like to expand on her surgical skills and emergency and critical care knowledge. Emma now resides in South London with her boyfriend and her rescue cat Basil whose never-ending need for cuddles and adorably round face may have made her into a cat person at long last.
In her spare time, Emma likes weight-lifting, seeing friends and family, finding a good coffee shop and mixing music.
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