BSc (Hons) BVSc CertAVP(GSAS) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery
Andy graduated from Bristol University in 2003 and has worked in both first opinion and referral practice.
At the PDSA he advanced to senior veterinarian and was a successful clinical team leader. In this role he built up his experience and expertise in orthopaedics with a busy and varied caseload. Andy was in the first cohort to achieve the CertAVP with a designated qualification in small animal surgery.
In 2011 he left the UK to work at James Cook University in North Queensland, Australia. He then completed an extended internship at an orthopaedic and neurosurgical referral practice in the UK and is now studying towards the RCVS Diploma in orthopaedics. Andy has a particular interest in orthopaedic traumatology and skeletal development in young animals.
Recent peer reviewed publications include:
Morris, A. Anderson, A. (2013) Osteochondrosis dissecans in the canine shoulder. Companion animal. August 2013, Volume 18 No 6 264-269
Barnes DM, Morris A, Anderson AA. (2014) Defining a safe corridor for transcondylar screw insertion across the canine humeral condyle: a comparison of medial and lateral surgical approaches. Veterinary Surgery. 2014 Nov 1;43(8):1020-31.
Morris A, Anderson AA, Barnes DM, Bright SR, Knudsen CS, Lewis DD, Pozzi A, Langley-Hobbs SJ. (2016) Plate failure by bending following tibial fracture stabilisation in 10 cats. Journal of Small Animal Practice. 2016 Sep 1;57(9):472-8