The Companion Medicine team consists of a Veterinary Director and a team of specialist companion medicine clinical trials nurses.
The team members have been carefully selected for their dedication, compassion and skill with working with companion animals, and have all had ‘good clinical practice’ GCP training.
Director and principal consultant Dr Amanda Craig (BVSc; M Vet Clin Studies, MACVS (canine medicine)) has 21 years experience in general and referral practice (11 years in the Canberra region), and in local and international veterinary academic centres. Previously Director of the Clinical Investigation Centre at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London; Amanda has extensive experience within the global veterinary pharmaceutical industry in the areas of clinical research and drug development. She also has knowledge of the requirements of Australian government regulatory and animal welfare law.
Amanda is a registered veterinarian in Australia and a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists, councillor for the Centre for Veterinary Education, University of Sydney and member of the Australian Veterinary Association small animal and industry affiliations. She also holds an honourary senior lecturers position at the University of Sydney Veterinary Faculty.
Companion Medicine aims for consistent delivery of veterinary medical services, satisfying patient needs and client expectations, while allowing veterinary healthcare delivery and fulfillment of the study programs.