Georgina graduated in 1983 from Nottingham University with a BSc Hons in Agricultural Science and launched her career with the Ministry of Agriculture Veterinary Investigation Centres. She learned techniques in microbiology, virology, biochemistry and parasitology.
Following the birth of her daughter, Georgina began a career of 15 years as a State Registered Biomedical Scientist in the NHS at various locations in the UK, including Health Protection Agency (Public Health England) at Porton Down. During this time, she attained Chartered Scientist status with the Institute of Biomedical Science and an MSc in Biomedical Science at Cardiff in 2000.
During her career, Georgina has gathered extensive scientific knowledge and experience of different technologies from private, public and government health, pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical research facilities. Alongside this technical background, she has also been a partner in a small business, gained life skills experience, as a team worker and building collaborative relationships. Georgina has consistently championed improvement projects using a variety of management tools eg Lean Six Sigma and Operational Excellence (OE).
With the accrued experience in managing teams and laboratories providing a technical service, Georgina is delighted to join the Langford Vets team and returning to the veterinary world.
Her main interests outside of work are linked with gardening, following a variety of sports, and sharing a rural location with her husband and four cats.