Kieran Borgeat BSc(Hons) BVSc MVetMed CertVC MRCVS DipACVIM DipECVIM-CA

Clinical Lead in Cardiology and American, European and RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology

Kieran is an American, European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology. He graduated from the University of Bristol with an intercalated degree in Veterinary Science, and worked first in general practice, where he achieved the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology. He went on to complete his Specialist training and Masters degree at the Royal Veterinary College in London.

Kieran has worked in both private referral practice and a veterinary teaching hospital before joining the Cardiology team at Langford Vets in March 2017. He is also an honorary Visiting Lecturer in Cardiology at the Royal Veterinary College, as well as senior examiner for the RCVS CertAVP modules in Cardiology, based at the RVC. He is certified by the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society and PawPeds to screen for heart disease in dogs and cats, and is currently on the committee for the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society.

Kieran has spoken internationally to train vets on heart failure management and interventional cardiology techniques, has published research in peer reviewed scientific journals and acted as a reviewer for several journals since 2014. He is involved in a number of CPD courses to train vets in the UK on cardiology, and is part of the team leading a new Masters degree for vets created by the British Small Animal Veterinary Association.

He has a strong interest in feline heart disease, inherited heart disease, and congenital heart disease in both dogs and cats. Kieran is a member of the veterinary interventional radiology society and is one of a small number of cardiologists worldwide who is experienced in interventional techniques, allowing minimally invasive treatment of congenital heart and vascular diseases, as well as placing tracheal and bronchial stents.
At Langford, Kieran will be continuing his ongoing clinical research, with a particular focus on feline heart disease.