Julie graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine of Liège, Belgium, in 2006. She worked in small animal general practice for 9 months in the north of France, before completing a one-year rotating internship in a Specialist referral clinic near Bordeaux. She then joined the Internal Medicine service of the same clinic, where she worked as a consultant for 4 years. During this time, she developed a specific interest in Oncology. After 6 months in general practice, she joined the Animal Health Trust in August 2014 as an Intern in Oncology.
In August 2015, Julie became a resident in Small Animal Oncology at the Trust.
Prognostic significance of histopathology in canine anal sac gland adenocarcinomas.
Whole abdominal cavity irradiation following chemotherapy for feline high grade and intermediate grade alimentary lymphoma.
The Animal Health Trust is a veterinary charity, based in Suffolk, which offers clinical referral services and diagnostic testing for horses, dogs and cats in East Anglia, across the UK and internationally. Through its research programmes it develops new diagnostic tests, treatments and vaccines to help thousands of animals.