Emily graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, first class honours in 2006 and worked in small animal practice in Brisbane for a year.
She then undertook a small animal rotating internship at the University of Queensland veterinary teaching hospital in 2008 and it was during her internship she developed a love of internal medicine.
Emily achieved Membership to the Small Animal Medicine Chapter of the ANZCVS in 2010 and started her formal residency training at the University of Queensland in 2012. During her time at the University of Queensland she was heavily involved in the teaching and mentoring of veterinary students and was awarded Best Clinician by the final year students in 2016.
She successfully passed her fellowship exams in small animal medicine in July 2017.
Emily enjoys all aspect of internal medicine and has particular interests in gastrointestinal, kidney and immunologic disease. She also enjoys clinical teaching and places great importance on client education.
She is grounded by her husband and Golden Retriever, Stanley.