European and RCVS-Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine
Honorary Associate Professor, University of Nottingham
Rachel qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2006. She completed a small animal Internship and gained the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia. Following 3 years spent in general practice she undertook a Residency in Small Animal Medicine at DWR. She completed her Residency in 2014 and gained her European Diploma in Small Animal Internal Medicine in April 2015. She remained with us at DWR and joined the Specialist team in the Internal Medicine Service. Rachel enjoys all aspects of internal medicine.
Miller, R. L., Bell, R., Matiasek, K., Rosati, M., Housley, D. and Palus, V. (2015) A neuroendocrine pituitary macroadenoma of a cat presenting with primary adipsia and hypernatremia. J. feline Med. Surg. doi: 10.1177/2055116915589838
Miller, R., Wilson, C., Wray, J.D., Jacovljevic, S. and Tappin, S. (2015) Adult-onset regurgitation in a dog with an aberrant right subclavian artery: a CT angiographic study Vet. Rec. Case Rep. 3:1 e000138.
Miller, R., Van Lelyveld, S., Warland, J., Dobson, J. M. and Foale, R. D. (2014) A retrospective review of treatment and response of high-risk mast cell tumours in dogs. Vet. comp. Oncol. DOI: 10.1111/vco.12116.
Van Lelyveld, S., Warland, J., Miller, R., Foale, R., Goodfellow, M. and Dobson, J. (2014) Comparison of Ki67 index and mitotic index for predicting outcome in canine mast cell tumours. J. small Anim. Pract. 56 (5): 312-319.