Animal and Equine Science

Martin Combs

BVSc HonsSyd MVS

Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine
Wagga Wagga
Building 229 Room 274

Martin graduated from the University of Sydney in 1995 and spent 7 years working in veterinary practice in Katoomba, NSW, interspersed with a year working in the UK and 2 years in association with a small animal medical specialty practice in Sydney. In 2005 he completed a Masters in small animal practice through Murdoch University and in 2009 he completed Membership exams for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists.

Martin has worked at the CSU Small Animal Referral Hospital since it opened in 2010 and is currently a Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine. He has a passionate interest in small animal medicine and teaching and joined CSU to expand these interests. Martin has a broad range of research interests including in small animal general practice, in neurophysiology/pathology and toxicology and is undertaking a PhD investigating neurotoxins and potential therapies.

  • Small Animal Medicine generally.
  • Ultrasound imaging- abdominal and echocardiography.
  • Neurology
  • Pyrexia of unknown origin (including rare forms of grass seed foreign body disease)

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