Meet our Clinical Team
Even during challenging times, we at IMV imaging are still, as always, here to help you with your diagnostic imaging needs.
We have a team of veterinary professionals, with expertise and passion in the area of diagnostic imaging. Their aim is to support other veterinary professionals to get the most out of their imaging equipment and improve their imaging skills. As a team of vets and imaging professionals , they understand the struggles and frustrations that our customers face and as such, they work hard to create useful clinical resources that support vets in their day to day work. From webinars and clinical articles to how-to videos and handy posters, the team have and continue to create a wealth of resources for vets working across small animal, equine and farm animal imaging.
Check out the IMV imaging Academy section of our website to access these resources and sign up to for a MyIMV account for a handy place to keep the content to hand. Be sure to sign up to our newsletter for updates on new clinical content over the coming months.
A bit about us...
Laura Quiney - Clinical Applications Team Manager
“I am here to help through the creation of clinical resources for our customers as well as teaching on our popular ultrasound CPD courses. After graduating from the University of Bristol in 2012, I completed an internship in orthopaedics and diagnostic imaging before working as an ambulatory equine vet. I went on to receive further training from specialists, whilst overseeing the Equine Centre’s diagnostic imaging department of the Animal Health Trust for several years. I support our customers by creating useful clinical resources such as webinars, posters, how-to guides and videos as well as articles and case studies in order to help them get the most from their imaging equipment. In my spare time I enjoy long walks with my dog, ‘Goose’, and baking cakes.”
Sam Mauchlen - Clinical Manager
“I joined IMV imaging in 2019 and I am here to help through developing and delivering clinical learning materials for our customers, as well as organising and teaching our CPD courses. I After graduating from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2006, I worked in a mixed practice where I developed my interest in diagnostic imaging, particularly ultrasound. Aiding others in the veterinary industry to better understand diagnostic imaging is very rewarding and I enjoy supporting them to gain more information from their ultrasound exams through creating content such as articles, case studies and webinars. In my spare time I enjoy walking, swimming and the occasional run. When I am not doing those things, I may be found chilling out with my cat or to improve my ability as a guitarist.”
Bethany Walsh - Applications Specialist
“I qualified as a diagnostic radiographer BSc, in 2014 from university of Cumbria and since then have worked in several hospitals dealing with ED, theatre and 3D imaging. I then joined the veterinary radiography world and worked mobile for 2 years scanning across the UK, my best experience was scanning a lioness!
I have worked in several hospitals in 3d imaging and as a superintendent radiographer in CT which was a very challenging but rewarding role. I also did CT Colonography training where I would perform invasive procedures alongside radiologists. I have 2 years’ experience in veterinary radiography within the 3D imaging world.
Outside of work I spend a lot of time with my family and friends and enjoy doing anything crafty I’m currently working with clay creating Christmas tree decorations! I have 2 rescue cats called Dotty & Delilah who are sisters.”
Harriet Rhodes - Clinical Manager
“I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2017, starting off as a mixed vet in North Wales, followed by an equine internship in Newmarket and then 2 years in small animal practice. Safe to say I’ve had a broad range of experience when it comes to imaging lots of different species.
I joined the clinical team to combine my love of education and diagnostic imaging to help vets get the most out of their imaging equipment. I also contribute to online learning resources and other educational material.
Outside of work I’m a keen runner – recently completing my 2nd marathon, with my sights set on moving to ultra-marathons. My other interests include baking, CrossFit, snowboarding and when possible exploring the world.”
Amy Haylock - Clinical Manager
"I provide education and training to users of our animal imaging equipment, all over the UK but with a bias towards Scotland and the North. As part of the clinical team, I provide knowledge on clinical applications to help the company develop great products and support customers as best they can.
I graduated from Bristol vet school in 2012 with an intercalated degree in Veterinary Pathology from the RVC. I have worked in all kinds of practices as a locum vet, from 90% farm animal to 100% small animal, with a year in government working for APHA. I have worked all over the UK.
I am based in Scotland so that I can be near the mountains! Outside of work, I love being outside, hiking and running in the hills. I really enjoy yoga and mindfulness practice. I am a huge foodie and like to spend evenings batch cooking and baking.”
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