Dr Anna Tebb
European and Australian recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
MA VetMB MVM DipECVIM-CA
Anna graduated from Cambridge Veterinary School in 2000. She went onto complete a rotating internship following by a residency training programme in small animal medicine at Glasgow University which ended in 2004. She became a Specialist after successfully completing her European diploma in Small Animal Medicine in 2007. Anna has worked at several different University and private practices in the UK and Australia. Her research interests include canine endocrinology and fungal infectious diseases and she has a particular interest in the management of haematological diseases.
Dr Alexa Brown
European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
BVSc (Hons) MANZCVSc (Small Animal Medicine) DipECVIM-CA GradDipVetStud (Small Animal Clinical Studies)
Alexa graduated from The University of Sydney in 2002 and spent six years working in small animal practice in both Australia and the United Kingdom. In 2009 she returned to The University of Sydney and completed a rotating small animal clinical internship. In 2010 she obtained Membership of the Australian New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine and completed a Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Studies. From 2011-2014 she completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at Murdoch University. She obtained Diplomate status of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Companion Animals (Internal Medicine) in 2017 and is currently completing a Masters in Veterinary Studies. Alexa joined the team at WAVES in July 2014 and has a particular interest in endocrinology, immunology and infectious diseases.
Linda graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004. Early in her career Linda developed a strong interest in internal medicine and became a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine in 2009. Linda went on to complete a small animal medicine residency at Murdoch University in 2014. Recently Linda completed research investigating for an association between heart disease in dogs and platelet function. Linda enjoys all aspects of small animal internal medicine and has a special interest in cardiothoracic medicine and gastroenterology.
Sue graduated from Murdoch University in 1989 and practiced in equine and small animal practice in NSW and Victoria before settling on small animal practice, becoming a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine in 1998 and in Medicine of Cats in 1999. Sue completed a 3 year residency training program in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Melbourne then practiced as a registrar at University of Melbourne and Murdoch University, becoming a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine in 2009. From 2010, Sue has practiced as a clinical academic at Murdoch University, returning to private referral practice in 2016.
Sue’s veterinary interests cover all aspects of internal medicine, particularly, urinary, respiratory and immunological diseases and her favourite patients are geriatric cats.