Lucy graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2007 with a Veterinary Degree and a Masters in Veterinary Infectious Disease. She went on to an internship at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, working closely with Dr Sue Dyson. Following this Lucy returned to her roots in Yorkshire, working in a well-regarded equine practice with primary responsibility for lameness and imaging.
Lucy subsequently joined the University of Edinburgh and undertook a residency in Equine Orthopaedics and Diagnostic Imaging. During her residency she gained the RCVS CertAVP in Diagnostic Imaging. In September 2015 she became one of the first Large Animal diplomats of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. In 2016 she was awarded RCVS Specialist status.
Lucy joined the team at Langford in January 2016 to further the diagnostic imaging capability within the Small Animal and Equine Hospitals before moving to her current role as Senior Teaching Fellow in Equine Lameness in March 2017.
Outside of work Lucy enjoys walking, running slowly and photography. She has recently acquired a puppy to accompany her exploring the Somerset countryside.