Max graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2015 with an integrated degree in pathology and veterinary epidemiology. Following graduation, he spent a short time working in charity clinics in the Caribbean before returning to the UK to work for three years in a busy first opinion and referral hospital in London. In 2019 he completed a rotating internship and postgraduate certificate in veterinary medicine and surgery (University of Nottingham) at a multidisciplinary referral centre in Cambridgeshire – one of the largest private referral hospitals in Europe. Max stayed at the same clinic to complete his three-year ECVN residency in neurology and neurosurgery, which he completed in 2022. Max became a diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Neurology in early 2023.
Max enjoys all aspects of medical and surgical neurology, and understands the anxiety that having an animal with a neurological condition can cause, having an epileptic dog himself. His main interests include surgical management of spinal cord injuries, infectious diseases and neurometabolic diseases.
Clinical presentation, treatment, and outcome of 24 dogs with bacterial meningitis or meningoencephalitis without empyema (2010-2020)
F Rawson, M Foreman, T Mignan, J Galer, A Fraser, A Crawford:
M Foreman, R Rasotto, S Eminaga:
Case report: Diffuse Lumbar Hyperostosis Causing Vertebral Canal Stenosis in a Dog With Concurrent Multicentric T-Cell Lymphoma
M Foreman, A Belmudes, E Villiers, E Scarpante:
M Foreman, E Vettorato, A Caine, P Monti, GB Cherubini, S Eminaga:
Dexamethasone Can Be Safely and Effectively Used for Treatment of Masticatory Muscle Myositis in Dogs
M Foreman, GB Cherubini: