Renata de Rosayro, BVetMed, MRCVS
After graduating in 1996 from The Royal Veterinary College, Renata has focused on small animal practice and worked throughout the United Kingdom as well as the United Arab Emirates. She has practiced in multiple roles prior to becoming a primary educator, from head of clinic, locum, Official Veterinarian for DEFRA (UK governments Department for Environment, Food and Rural and Affairs) and as a sole business owner, starting her own veterinary business as a mobile veterinarian. Renata has a passion for the community care of animals and has worked pro bono for charity controlling stray animal populations (cats and dogs) and enjoys contributing to the Ross outreach programs within the beautiful island of St Kitts.
BVetMed: The Royal Veterinary College, University of London
Controlling the invasive Pacific lionfish (Pterois spp.) with an onus on improving methods of trapping and capturing this species in numbers.
Allaker, R.P.; de Rosayro, R; Young K.A.; Hardie, J.M. Prevalence of Porphyromonas and Prevotella species in the dental plaque of dogs. Veterinary Record, 1997 Feb 8: 140(6)