Dr Jane Day BVSc MVS FANZCVS
Registered Specialist, Radiology
I grew up on a large cattle and sheep property in Queensland and when I got into vet school my father decided we would muster on horseback rather than motorbikes to ensure I would become some sort of large animal vet. His plan let him down when he got me to pregnancy test a mob of wild first-calf heifers in a race, and after being kicked by every one of them I decided small animal work was the way to go. After graduating I worked in Australia and the United Kingdom before deciding to specialise in radiology. I did the ANZCVS membership exams in radiology and then worked as a clinical instructor at Queensland University before moving to James Cook University in Townsville where I was section head for several years. During this time I spent 6 months in the USA at Oklahoma State University. When my husband decided to give up flying Blackhawk helicopters we were able to move to Melbourne where I did a residency at Melbourne University, and following this I took up a Senior Lectureship at Murdoch University and then on to WAVES in 2017. At WAVES I enjoy working as part of a team to provide the best possible care for our patients. I’m most interested in thoracic imaging such as echocardiography and thoracic CT, and CT contrast studies. In my spare time I enjoy getting out for weekends to Rottnest on our boat and going on mountain-biking adventures with the family.
European Boarded Specialist, Diagnostic Imaging
Dr Foo grew up in Sarawak, Malaysia and moved to Perth, Western Australia in 2005. He graduated from Murdoch University in 2010 and worked in general practice in Western Australia for a number of years before being accepted into the diagnostic imaging residency program at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Since 2014, Dr Foo was accepted as a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination (Radiology Chapter). He completed his residency training, a masters degree and European board examinations in veterinary diagnostic imaging in 2019. During the course of his training, Dr Foo has spent time as part of his training at various institutions including the University of Melbourne, The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, and Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH). Dr Foo enjoys all aspects of diagnostic imaging and working in a large, multidisciplinary team at WAVES.