Department: Clinical Sciences and Services
Sarah rejoined the Royal Veterinary College in October September 2017 to undertake a PhD to investigate non-invasive ways to detect seizures in dogs with epilepsy.
Prior to this Sarah graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2015 as a veterinary surgeon.
After graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2015, Sarah worked for 18months at a first opinion pratcice and then went on to do a one year rotating internship at Eastcott Veterinary Clinic and Hospital.
PREDICT Study (Prodrome Recognition in Epileptic Dogs to Improve Control and Therapeutics) – Investigating the potential of non-invasive seizure forecasting in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy
PREDICT aims to investigate the potential of non-invasive seizure forecasting in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy. This study will improve our knowledge and ability in prediction of seizures and management of canine epilepsy. We aim to increase quality of life for both dogs with epilepsy and their owners. To do this we are specifically recruiting any breed, age and sex of dogs from the United Kingdom.