Department: Clinical Science and Services

Campus: Hawkshead

Clinical Groups: Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery

Lee is currently a lecturer in Soft Tissue Surgery

Lee graduated from the RVC in 2011 and after two years in charity practice at the PDSA in Essex, he completed a rotating internship and then a residency at the RVC. He completed his residency in 2017 and is now a lecturer in Soft Tissue Surgery. He is interested in all aspects of surgery, although he is especially interested in post-operative infection monitoring and emergency surgery particularly in septic patients.

Lee's publications are listed on Google Scholar at:

https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=JeQOoLMAAAAJ&hl=en.

Lee teaches veterinary undergraduates and post-graduate veterinary CPD courses. He is a member of the Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery team and is involved in teaching undergraduate students as they rotate through their surgery rotation in the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals.

Lee is a member of the Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery Team in the RVC Small Animal Referral Hospital and enjoys all aspects of soft tissue surgery. He particularly enjoys emergency surgery.

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