Audrey Belmudes graduated from National Veterinary School of Toulouse, France in 2013. After staying to complete a one-year rotating internship, Audrey undertook and completed a three-year residency program at Azurvet, a veterinary referral hospital in the south of France. During her residency program, Audrey was awarded the Joe Morgan Award for the best resident presentation at the 2016 EVDI Annual Congress for her presentation about ultrasonographic findings in dogs with lung lobe torsion. In 2018, Audrey passed the practical part of the ECVDI exam and became an ECVDI Diplomate, before joining Fitzpatrick Referrals as a radiologist in March 2018.
Her clinical interests include multiple phase contrast-enhanced CT and contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the field of oncology, and musculoskeletal ultrasound, neuroimaging and imaging-guided procedures. Audrey is very happy to discuss with colleagues the use of the most appropriate imaging methods to provide as much accurate information as diagnostic imaging can allow.