Jennifer Cartwright (BSc BVSc PGCertCVM DipECVIM-CA MScR PhD MRCVS)

Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Internal Medicine


Jennifer graduated from Bristol Veterinary School in 2010, after completing an intercalated BSc in Veterinary Pathogenesis at the University of Bristol and elected student committee positions in the British Veterinary Association, Association of Veterinary Students (UK & Ireland) and International Veterinary Students Association (global executive committee).

She then worked in a small animal practice before starting advanced clinical training with a junior clinical training scholarship at the University of Nottingham, which was followed by further  clinical training at the University of Edinburgh. The senior clinical training was completed alongside a masters in Research at the Roslin Institute and she successfully gained her Diploma from the European College of Veterinary Medicine- Companion Animals (Internal Medicine) in 2017. 

Jennifer is completing her PhD focussed on inflammation in acute liver injury and repair at the University of Edinburgh in the laboratory's of Professor Adriano Rossi and Professor Stuart Forbes. Alongside this she continued clinical provision across various referral centres in the UK.

Jennifer began a Lectureship in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the R(D)SVS and continues his research with Professor Rossi and Professor Forbes.



MSc by Research, Royal (Dick) School Veterinary Studies 

Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine,  Royal (Dick) School Veterinary Studies    

PGCert in Clinical Veterinary Medicine (Small Animal Rotating Internship),  School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham 

BVSc in Veterinary Science, School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol 

BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Pathogenesis, School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol 

Responsibilities & affiliations

Small Animal Internal Medicine, Pre-Clinical Teaching, Small Animal Teaching