Resident in Small Animal Surgery
Charlie graduated from vet school in France in 2018. They completed a first rotating internship in a private hospital in France, followed by another rotating internship in a private hospital in the UK. They then joined Highcroft Veterinary Referrals in 2020 as a specialist intern in Small Animal Surgery, after which they started their Residency in Small Animal Surgery.
Charlie has always had a strong interest in surgery and knew since their first year of vet school that they wanted to pursue a residency in cats and dogs’ surgery. Their main areas of interest are orthopaedic and spinal surgery, but they are curious about every aspect of surgery.
Publications and research:
- Brincin C, Payne DJL, Grierson J, et al. The value of routine radiographic follow up in the postoperative management of canine medial patellar luxation. Veterinary Surgery. 2023;1‐9. doi:10.1111/vsu.13933
- Brincin, C., Ryan, T. and Harris, K. (2022), Gastroesophageal intussusception secondary to induction of emesis with subsequent development of septic pericardial effusion after corrective surgery. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 63: 72-77. doi:10.1111/jsap.13395