Department: Clinical Science and Services

Campus: Hawkshead

Clinical Groups: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

Lindsay is a Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA). She is also a Transfusion Medicine Service clinician. 

Lindsay completed a BSc in Veterinary Pathology in 2001 and later qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2004. Following graduation she worked in small animal practice for 2 years before completing a one year rotating small animal internship at the RVC.

She became a resident in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine in 2007 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. Lindsay returned to the RVC in her current role in 2010 after achieving Diplomate status of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. She became an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care in 2013.

Lindsay's current research interests include coagulation disorders, transfusion medicine and sepsis. Current research projects include the assessment of platelet function in a variety of disease states.  

Goggs R, Chan DL, Benigni L, Hirst C, Kellett-Gregory LM, Luis-Fuentes V. (2014) Comparison of computed tomography pulmonary angiography and point-of-care tests for pulmonary thromboembolism diagnosis in dogs. Journal of Small Animal Practice 55(4): 181-237

Wilson HE, Mugford, AR, Humm K, Kellett-Gregory LM. (2013) Ehrlichia canis infection in a dog with no history of travel outside the United Kingdom. Journal of Small Animal Practice 54(8): 425-427

Kellett-Gregory LM, Seth M, Adamantos S, Chan DL. (2013) Autologous red blood cell transfusions using cell salvage devices. Journal of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care 23(1): 82-86

Smaricj SD, Haskins SC, Boller M, Fletcher DJ, RECOVER Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Domain Worksheet Authors. (2012) RECOVER evidence and knowledge gap analysis on veterinary CPR. Part 6: Post-cardiac arrest care. Journal of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care 22(Suppl 1): S85-101

Kellett-Gregory LM, Mittleman Boller E, Brown DC, Silverstein DC. (2010) Ionized calcium concentrations in cats with septic peritonitis: 55 cases (1990-2008). Journal of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care 20(4):398-405

Kellett-Gregory LM & King L. Management of acute respiratory distress. BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiorespiratory Medicine, 2nd edition, edited by Virginia Luis-Fuentes, Lynelle Johnson & Simon Dennis.

Boller M, Kellett-Gregory LM, Shofer FS, Rishniw M. (2010) The clinical practice of CPCR in small animals: an internet-based survey. Journal of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care 20(6): 558-570

Silverstein D & Kellett-Gregory LM. Current thoughts on coagulopathy testing.
North American Vet Clinics Clinician’s Brief, October 2010.

Alenghat T, Pillitteri CA, Bemis DA, Kellett-Gregory LM, Jackson KV, Kania SA. Donnell RL, Van Winkle T. (2010) Lycoperdonosis in two dogs. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 22(6): 1002-1005

Catchpole B, Gould, SM, Kellett-Gregory LM, Dobson JM (2003) Development of a multiple-marker polymerase chain reaction assay for detection of metastatic melanoma in lymph node aspirates of dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 64(5): 544-549

Catchpole B, Gould SM, Kellett-Gregory LM, Dobson JM (2002) Immunosuppressive cytokines in the regional lymph node of a dog suffering from oral malignant melanoma. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 43(10): 464-467

Catchpole B, Kellett-Gregory LM, Dobson JM (2001) Immunosuppression in canine oral malignant melanoma. Immunology, 104:78.

Lindsay is actively involved in teaching final year veterinary students on clinical rotations in the QMHA in addition to supervision of the Senior Clinical Training Scholars in Emergency and Critical Care. Lindsay lectures undergraduate veterinary students in a variety of topics related to Emergency and Critical Care and is also the faculty advisor for the student chapter of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (SVECCS) at the RVC. 

Lindsay's clinical interests involve management of all critically ill patients, but especially those requiring mechanical ventilation or suffering from sepsis. 

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