Gayle Hallowell


MA VetMB, PhD, Cert AVP (Veterinary Anaesthesia), DipACVECC, DipACVIM, PFHEA, FRCVS

RCVS Recognised Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care, Equine Medicine
EBVS European Veterinary Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging
AVMA Recognised Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine


Emergency and Critical Care, Equine Medicine

Current Post:

Professor in Veterinary Internal Medicine and Critical Care, University of Nottingham


All of UK, East Midlands

Clinical Profile

I spend 60% of my time undertaking clinical work on a number of sites. My main clinical interests are large animal cardiology, gastroenterology, imaging (particularly ultrasonography) and emergency and critical care. I have a particular interest in the acutely ill adult horses and in provision of appropriate analgesia to patients. I spend majority of time treating horses, but a small amount of time evaluating individual farm animals, alpacas and dogs.





I completed a PhD investigating aortic valve prolapse (funded by HBLB), my interest in cardiovascular research continues, particularly relating to dysrhythmias and the microcirculation. In addition, I have a keen interest in studying the epidemiology and treatment of equine glandular gastric disease.