Emily Hall

Emily Hall

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

School of Animal Rural & Environmental Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Animal and Equine

Role

Emily is a lecturer on the FdSc Veterinary Nursing course and provides veterinary care to the companion animals at the Brackenhurst Animal Unit.  Her research relates to companion animal care, including welfare of the canine athlete and heat related disorders.

Career overview

Emily worked as a small animal veterinary surgeon in first opinion practice prior to joining NTU, working in both city centre hospitals, and small rural branch surgeries.

Research areas

Emily’s research into temperature monitoring of canine athletes and canine heatstroke is carried out within the Animal Behaviour, Performance and Welfare Research Group.

External activity

Emily is a panel 2 certified Official Veterinarian and still practices on a part-time basis to maintain her clinical skills. Preparing domestic animals to travel under the PETS Passport scheme forms a large portion of those duties, and Emily has an interest in preventative health care for travelling companion animals. Emily is responsible for providing veterinary care to the domestic animals at the Brackenhurst Animal Unit.