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Mr Jonathan Wray

BVSc DSAM CertVC CBiol FRSB FRCVS
Jonathan Wray
  • Location: Suffolk
  • Year of Fellowship: 2018
  • Route to Fellowship: Meritorious Contributions to Clinical practice

Field of work

Clinical practice (private)

Areas of special interest

  • Internal medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Interventional radiology

Areas of support

  • Collaborative research
  • Innovation in professional practice
  • International issues
  • Professional mentoring
  • Promoting knowledge and best practice
  • Public engagement
  • Translating research into veterinary practice

Professional positions

  • Head of Cardiology and Consultant in Small Animal Medicine, Dick White Referrals, Cambridgeshire
  • Hon Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine, University of Nottingham

Biography

Jon Wray graduated from the University of Bristol in 1996 and after two years of mixed general practice and returned to Bristol to complete a 3-year Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine.

Following this, Jon developed the internal medicine referral service at Willows Referral Service before moving to the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket to found canine internal medicine referrals and subsequently becoming Head of Service for Internal Medicine.

Jon then returned to University of Bristol as Clinical Fellow in Cardiorespiratory Medicine before joining Dick White Referrals in 2008, where he is presently Head of Cardiology and a consultant Specialist in Small Animal Medicine - dividing his caseload between cardiology, internal medicine and interventional radiology / interventional cardiology.

Jon has worked as a Specialist Clinician in private referral practice for the last 18 years with principal clinical interests in congenital heart disease, interventional radiology, endoscopy, vascular diseases and respiratory medicine.

He is author of the book 'Canine Internal Medicine: what's your diagnosis?' and chapter author for several veterinary texts.

Jon is an RCVS Diplomate and Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine (Internal Medicine) and Fellow of the RCVS and Royal Society of Biology. He has been Chief Examiner for the RCVS CertSAM and DSAM and the CertAVP (Medicine) as well as serving on the RCVS Small Animal Medicine Board and BSAVA Scientific Committee.

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