Endell Farm Vets Team Member

Lucy Jerram

Lucy Jerram
m: 07876 823935

Lucy graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2014 having completed an intercalated year at UCL studying Genetics. Her final year research project contributed to a paper that was a highlighted article of the month in the Journal of Dairy Science regarding novel approaches to phenotyping milk production in dairy cows using a range of modern laboratory techniques. This was thought to be the first time any undergraduate research project was “highlighted” in the Journal of Dairy Science.

Immediately after graduating Lucy entered a clinical internship in West Sussex gaining experience in all aspects of farm animal practice including fertility work, health planning and infectious disease. After finishing the internship she was offered a job for the same practice, where she remained for the next 18 months building client relationships in emergency situations as well as on routine dairy fertility visits. In addition she was involved in providing the APHA pathology service for the South East. During her time in West Sussex Lucy became involved in various aspects of client education including lambing workshops and selective dry cow therapy consultations.

In March 2017 Lucy joined the Endell’s team and has largely been based towards our Alton branch since. In July 2017 her role changed as she started a 3 year RVC residency studying towards a European Diploma in Bovine Health Management. This allows her to incorporate her passion for teaching, 2 research projects (one on cow stress and the other on diagnostic testing) and further study while still spending time doing clinical work.

When not working (or studying!) Lucy enjoys exploring the area with her Working Cocker Spaniel and is also part of a choir and ladies cricket team.

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