William graduated veterinary science from James Cook University, Townsville, in 2017. He began to have a specialist interest in ophthalmology in his final year of vet school, which grew as years went on. Following university he completed the Queensland Veterinary Specialist rotating internship in 2018 in Brisbane, then 2 years of emergency and critical care work with Pet Emergency and general practice work within Brisbane. During this time as well undertaking several externships in Ophthalmology around Australia.
He then moved to Sydney and worked as an Ophthalmology Intern at Animal Referral Hospital before starting at Eye Clinic for Animals.
William is currently a resident at Eye Clinic for Animals, and is in training to become a Veterinary Ophthalmology Specialist.
- Clinical Outcomes of Empirical Selection of Chloramphenicol and Ofloxacin in the Treatment of Keratomalacia. American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology Conference. 2020