Home / Industry News / Veterinary / ROYAL CANIN supports new University of Nottingham small animal expert
ROYAL CANIN, pets, small animal

ROYAL CANIN supports new University of Nottingham small animal expert

Cécile Dor has recently commenced in the post of University of Nottingham Small Animal Internal Medicine Resident, supervised by Dr Nick Bexfield and Dr Mark Dunning, working out of Pride Veterinary Centre’s flagship hospital in Derby.

Supported by ROYAL CANIN, Cecile’s role encompass’ not only tackling the Centre’s varied and challenging caseload, but also providing the Nottingham students and hospital staff with a strong grounding in applied clinical nutrition.

Cecile – who joins Pride from her previous role at the Shrubbery Veterinary Centre in Kent – aims to become an authority in small animal nutrition and works up cases while demonstrating ‘best practice’ in this area.

She also delivers regular talks to undergraduate students rotating through the hospital. As a member of the ROYAL CANIN team, she will share her clinical knowledge and experience with the company, effectively strengthening their communications and training offering.

Cecile graduated from the Veterinary University of Paris. Her previous experience includes rotating intern at the Veterinary University of Lyon and internal medicine intern at the Veterinary University of Paris and more recently at Pride Vet Centre.

Cecile commented: “Understanding of the role of nutrition and making the right choices in food and feeding is important in developing holistic case management.

“I’m really looking forward to making nutrition a priority among the team and students here. I enjoy and learn even more every day with the support of my team and the ROYAL CANIN community.

“I accept the challenge of the ECVIM certification and I am very proud to be the first Royal Canin-supported University of Nottingham Small Animal Internal Medicine Resident”.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

Check Also

BSAVA, Vets, Vet Nurses

BSAVA launches rolling ‘stepped’ CPD programme

From 2018, the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) will help vets and vet nurses …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign up for the Daily Briefing

Sign up for the Daily Briefing

Join our mailing list to get the latest pet industry news directly to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing