Alex qualified from Cambridge in 1996 and worked in mixed and small animal practice until 2002, when he co-founded a referral centre in Bristol. For five years he ran the medicine referral service, seeing cases in internal medicine, cardiology and neurology, before founding Bath Veterinary Referrals in 2007. He is the co-author of Differential Diagnosis in Small Animal Medicine, now in its second edition, and co-author of Breed Predispositions to Disease which is now in its third edition. He is a frequent contributor to the Veterinary Times and is editor of the Wiley Veterinary Quarterly online research review. He is also Vice Chair of the Independent Vetcare Clinical board. As well as using his qualifications in cardiology and internal medicine, Alex has a strong interest in neurology and completed a one year postgraduate certificate in neuro-imaging for research, which he was awarded from Edinburgh University with honours. On occasion he has been known to have some spare time, during which he plays drums and guitar and writes novels set in Ancient Rome.
Breed Predispositions to Disease in Dogs and Cats, now in 2nd edition, by Gough, A and Thomas A. (2010)
Differential Diagnosis in Small Animal Medicine, currently being revised for 2nd edition, by A.Gough (2007)
Research Review: Monthly column in Veterinary Times, Miscellaneous articles for Companion, Vet Times and UK Vet.
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