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Dr Nicki Reed works as a lecturer in Companion Animal Medicine at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies where she teaches students and her main interests are working with cats.
“My main focus of medicine at the moment is the emergency medicine; I help to run the ICU service,
“I also have a particular interest in feline medicine and I hold the Royal College diploma in feline medicine as well as the European College diploma in medicine.
Nicki considers her grandfather as her main influence in being interested in animals.
“My overriding influence was my grandfather who brought me up with and exposed me to a lot of different animals at an early age, so that was my general interest in becoming a vet,” Nicki said.
However Nicki often thought she would be a general practitioner and never imagined venturing back into academia.
Nicki who now teaches students added: “However, with experience I developed an interest in teaching students and I originally moved to the general practice and then subsequently to the medicine service over a period of ten years now that I’ve been at the Dick Vet.”