BVSc DSAM (Feline) Dipl. ECVIM-CA MRCVS Assoc. MANZCVS
Andrea Harvey graduated from the University of Bristol Veterinary School, UK in 2000, and after a couple of years in small animal practice, returned to Bristol Vet School to undertake a 3 year residency in feline medicine, funded by the Feline Advisory Bureau (now International Cat Care). She then remained at Bristol Vet School as FAB Lecturer in Feline Medicine until 2011 after which she moved to Sydney where she ran the feline medicine service at Small Animal Specialist Hospital until 2015. Andrea is also the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) Australasian Representative, bringing various initiatives such as the ISFM 'Cat Friendly Clinic' scheme to Australia, and helping to develop the international profile of the feline chapter of ANZCVS. Andrea has lectured widely internationally and contributed to numerous textbooks, including being co-editor of the BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice. Andrea has wide interests in all aspects of feline medicine, and is passionate about both providing the best care for her patients, and helping to support other veterinarians to do the same. She has been a tutor in CVE’s Feline Medicine Distance Education and is currently doing a PhD involving research in brumbies.