Felicity Stringer attended the University of Exeter and graduated in 2007 with a first-class honours degree in medical imaging (diagnostic radiography). She then began her first post as a radiographer at the Royal Surrey County Hospital where she started building her knowledge and experience as a radiography professional. In 2009 she became a senior radiographer and began training in the CT department, learning a variety of CT procedures. Keen to pursue her interest in cross-sectional imaging, she began training in the MRI department in 2011.
She began working at Fitzpatrick Referrals in spring 2015 and has particularly enjoyed the new challenges that come with learning small animal anatomy and the different scanning techniques required.
Is CT an alternative to MRI in a morphometric analysis system for prediction of Chiari-like malformation associated pain and syringomyelia?
Clare Rusbridge, A McFadyen, Felicity Stringer, S Knowler:
Rostral skull changes in Cavalier King Charles spaniels with Chiari-like malformation and syringomyelia
E Dumas, S P Knowler, F Stringer, Clare Rusbridge:
Clare Rusbridge, F Stringer, S P Knowler:
Two mixed breed dogs with sensory neuropathy are homozygous for an inversion disrupting FAM134B previously identified in Border Collies
P Amengual-Battle, Clare Rusbridge, R José-López, L Golini, G Diane Shelton, C S Mellersh, R Gutierrez-Quintana: