Claire Robinson, BVSc MSc DipECVS MRCVS
Originally from England, Dr Robinson graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2010. After this she worked in mixed practice, completed an internship at Rossdales Equine Hospital in Newmarket and a residency in Equine Surgery at the University of Liverpool. Whilst at the University of Liverpool she also completed a Master’s degree in the investigation of synovial sepsis in horses and certificates in advanced veterinary practice in equine surgery and equine orthopaedics. After completion of her residency Dr Robinson worked as an equine surgeon in the UK and in Malta. In 2020 she became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons, and European Specialist in Equine Surgery. In 2021 Dr Robinson moved to Riyadh and spent two years working as a surgeon at the Equine Hospital of the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia. During her time there she also set up a veterinary nurse training program, racing vets training program, internship and externship programs and formed part of the ‘Saudi Cup’ veterinary team.
Dr Robinson’s current research interests include equine orthopaedic surgery, colic surgery and veterinary education; she is enrolled in the post graduate certificate in veterinary education. Outside of work Dr Robinson can be found running or walking her miniature dachshunds Frank and Stanley.
BVSc University of Liverpool
MSc University of Liverpool
Diplomate of the European College of Equine Surgeons
Septic Arthritis in horses
Orthopedic surgery in horses
Jargielo, M.M., Robinson, C.S., Alexander, G.R. (2023) Incarceration of the caecum through a rent in the gastrosplenic ligament. Equine Veterinary Education, 35: 57-61.
Yeomans A, Hargitaiova K, Galea K, Robinson C. (2022) Outcomes Following Ultrasound-Guided intra-lesional Injection of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) in Standardbred Racehorses following Suspensory Ligament Branch injury. Scientific Presentation Abstracts: 2022 ECVS 31st Annual Scientific Meeting July 7-9, Porto, Portugal. Veterinary Surgery, 51: O28.
Robinson, C.S., Hargitaiova, K., Fousekis, V., Galea, K. (2021) Prognosis for return to racing in standardbred horses with distal fracture of the second or fourth metacarpal or metatarsal bone and concurrent desmitis of the suspensory ligament. Veterinary Surgery, ACVS Surgery Summit Scientific Presentation Abstracts, 50: 1-56.
Hann, M.J., Rocchigiani, G., Verin, R., Milner, P., Robinson, C.S., Castro Martins, M., (2020) Advanced imaging of a histologically-confirmed bone infarction of the distal tibia in a warmblood mare Equine Veterinary Education. 33: e423-428.
Sinovich, M., Villarino, NF., Singer, E., Robinson, CS., Rubio-Martínez, LM. (2020) Can blood serum amyloid A concentrations in horses differentiate synovial sepsis from extrasynovial inflammation and determine response to treatment? Veterinary Record Published Online First: 25 February 2020. doi: 10.1136/vr.105153
Robinson, C.S., Singer, E.R., Piviani, M., Rubio-Martinez, LM. (2017) Are serum amyloid A or D-lactate useful to diagnose synovial contamination or sepsis in horses? Veterinary Record 181: 425-9.
Robinson, C.S., Timofte, D., Singer, E.R., Rimmington, L., Rubio-Martínez, L.M. (2016) Prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of bacterial isolates from horses with synovial sepsis: A cross-sectional study of 95 cases. The Veterinary Journal, 216:117-21.
Robinson, C. S., Wylie, C. E., Compston, P. C., Payne, R. J. (2016) Alleviation of Epiphora by Canaliculosinostomy into the Caudal Maxillary Sinus in the Horse. Veterinary Surgery, 45: 115–20.
Litva, A., Robinson, C. S., Archer, D. C. (2010) Exploring lay perceptions of the causes of crib-biting/windsucking behavior in horses. Equine Veterinary Journal, 42: 288–93.