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Mandisa Greene MRCVS (RCVS)

Biography

Mandisa GreeneMandisa graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2008, and after staying in Scotland for her first job she moved to England the following year, to a small animal practice in Biddulph.

She has always had an interest in emergency and critical care and enjoyed the challenges that this has brought, even as a new graduate.

Following four years in day practice, Mandisa then worked in a dedicated emergency clinic covering North Birmingham for a couple of years before she worked as a locum in a variety of practices across the West Midlands to enable her to have a better work-life balance. Mandisa worked at Harper Adams University as a lecturer to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Veterinary Sciences in 2017-2018.  She currently does locum work in small animal practice.

Mandisa is a published author, having been the researcher on a paper about genomic variations in Mycobacterium published in BMC Microbiology. She is a member of RCVS Council and is currently a member of the legislative working party and the primary qualification sub committee. Mandisa chairs EMS coordinators liaison group and the Practice Standards Group, which she began chairing in July 2018.