Fernando Liste-Burillo DVM, MSc, PhD MRCVS
We are delighted that Fernando has joined our Diagnostic Team from Spain, where he was formerly a Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging at the Department of Animal Medicine and Surgery School of Veterinary Medicine, University CEU-Cardenal Herrera in Valencia, where he worked since 1997. Fernando has worked internationally in Radiology and Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging since finishing his PhD at the University of Zaragoza in Spain in 1994, including a year as Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at the School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences in James Cook University, Australia.
In 2010, Fernando's text book Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging was published, it was the first of it's kind to be published in Spain. For information on Fernando's book, please follow this link. http://www.grupoasis.com/en/d/libros/atlasvetdiagnostico_export.pdf
Tracy Down BSc(Hons) Radiography (Diagnostic)
Tracy joined us in 2016 having previously worked in the NHS as a Radiographer and CT/MRI Specialist. Tracy decided to join the Veterinary world as it was an exciting opportunity to use her skills in a different area; animals rather than humans! Tracy enjoys competing at dog agility and providing medical cover at festivals. She has two English Springer Spaniels, a Working Cocker Spaniel and a cat.
Victoria Campbell DCR(R) DMU
Victoria trained at the London and Kings College Hospitals and has since worked in various roles from City teaching hospitals to Tasmania and even Flying Ultrasound and Applications Specialists. She now works at Royal Devon and Exeter hospital and joined us here in 2018 in order to try completely new patients from people!
Outside of work Victoria enjoys being outdoors and in the garden and riding her two horses. She also has a cat and some chickens.
Natasha Dickinson BSc(Hons) Diagnostic Radiography PG DIP Medical Ultrasound
Natasha previously worked as a locum ultrasound practitioner at various NHS hospitals and GP practices throughout the UK. Natasha wanted to use her ultrasound experience to maximum capacity and unite her passions for animal well being and ultrasonography and so joined us here at Cave Veterinary Specialists in 2018. Her interests at work include musculoskeletal and interventional as well as abdominal, gynaecological and obstetric ultrasound.
Outside of work, Natasha enjoys providing a forever home for feral cats from Teckels Animal Sanctuaries in Gloucestershire. She also enjoys needlework, cooking and the restoration of historic and listed buildings. Natasha is also an avid 'Landmarker' (enjoys holidaying in historic buildings).
Natasha has a rescue Neapolitan Mastiff call Gulliver, 3 indoor cats called Bramble, Spooky and Pumpkin and several feral cats and rescue hens.