Jon worked for five years in small animal general practice, undertook a one year rotating junior clinical training scholarship at the Royal Veterinary College and then spent a few months in emergency and out of hours practice before returning to Cambridge to complete a three year senior clinical training scholarship in small animal surgery. He has spent the last two years working as an active clinician in the hospital, with additional teaching and research responsibilities.
Teaching Associate Queens’ College, Cambridge (Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology)
Co-coordinator of the junior clinical training scholarship programme
External examiner, PGCert Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, University of Nottingham
Subject groups/Research projects
Jon is enthusiastic to develop the minimally invasive soft tissue service in the hospital, providing routine and emerging laparoscopic and thoracoscopic surgical procedures for small animals.
2016 Hall JL, Weir S and Ladlow J: Treatment of canine aural heamatoma by general practitioners in the U.K. JSAP
2015 Hall JL, Mannion P and Ladlow JF : Canine Intrahepatic Vasculature- Is a Functional Anatomic Model Relevant to the Dog? Vet Surg. 44(1):27-34. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-950X.2014.12209.x.
2013 Hall JL, Holmes MA and Baines SJ.: Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of canine urinary tract pathogens Veterinary Record doi: 10.1136/vr.101482
2013 Hall JL and Barton L.: Mushroom toxicosis in dogs in general practice causing gastroenteritis, ptyalism and elevated serum lipase JSAP 54(5) pp 275-9. doi: 10.1111/jsap.12036
2013 Aguiar J, Mogridge G, Hall J.: Femoral fracture repair and sciatic and femoral nerve blocks in a guinea pig. JSAP doi: 10.1111/jsap.12033
2011 Hall JL, Lee K, Priestnall S, Lamb C.: Radial artery pseudoaneurysm in a Maine Coon cat Vet Surg 40(7); 861-864 doi10.1111/j.1532 950X.2011.00868.