MVSc, MVS, DACVECC
Dr Liam completed his undergraduate veterinary degree in veterinary science in 2013 at James Cook University before undertaking a small animal rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists in 2014. It was during his rotating internship that he developed a passion for Emergency and Critical Care. This led him to a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the University of Melbourne throughout 2016 – 2018. While undertaking the residency, he also completed dual Master’s degrees in Veterinary Science (MVSc) and Veterinary Studies (MVS). It was also while at the University of Melbourne that he published a thesis looking at the immunomodulatory effects of lidocaine in dogs undergoing abdominal surgery. Dr Liam sat and passed his specialist exams in emergency and critical care in Washington DC in September 2019 (DACVECC).
He is currently Clinical Director at the Greencross Veterinary Hospital located in Werribee at the University of Melbourne