BVSc PhD MasterVetClinStud Dipl. ACVS
Geraldine Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney and worked in private practice before undertaking a PhD in cardiac electrophysiology. She returned to the University of Sydney for a small animal surgery residency (Fellowship of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists) before working at the same institution as a Lecturer in Anatomy, followed by Small Animal Surgery. Her main interests are in the anatomy, biology and treatment of congenital vascular diseases of dogs, reconstructive surgery (in particular, skin flaps) and new techniques for veterinary education in comparative anatomy and medicine. Geraldine is dedicated to better understanding small animal surgical diseases and refining surgical options to allow development of practical methods of treatment, improving veterinary practice and patient welfare world-wide.