After graduating from the University of Reading in 1994 with a BSc in Animal Science, Sheila studied veterinary medicine at the University of London, graduating in 1998. Sheila then spent five years in small animal practice before undertaking a Feline advisory Bureau Residency in Feline Medicine at the University of Bristol. Since completing her residency, Sheila has spent 10 years in small animal medicine referral practice as well as a working for two commercial veterinary laboratories. She acquired the ECVIM Diploma in Internal Medicine in September 2010 and is a European Veterinary Specialist in Internal Medicine and an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine. Sheila has lectured nationally and internationally on all aspects of Feline Medicine. She is a senior tutor for the Feline Medicine distance education course for the Centre for Veterinary education (University of Sydney). Sheila is passionate about all areas of feline medicine but has a specific interest in feline renal and ureteric disease. Sheila is the Director of the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS), a not for profit organisation which awards postgraduate qualifications for vets and vet nurses internationally. Sheila lives in Wiltshire with her partner James and is owned by her cat Hugo!
ISVPS Alexandra house