Schofield, Imogen

Imogen Schofield graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013 and subsequently worked in primary-care, small animal veterinary practice in the UK. Imogen undertook a Master’s degree in veterinary epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was awarded her PhD from the Royal Veterinary College, London. Imogen’s PhD was entitled “Primary-care perspectives on Cushing’s syndrome in dogs: A new era embracing big data, machine-learning and quality-of-life”. During her PhD, Imogen explored different data types and research methods to further understand the approaches and challenges surrounding Cushing’s syndrome within primary-care practice, as well as developing tools for use in practice to support the diagnosis and management of this condition.

Imogen now works for CVS Group as their Veterinary Statistician and Epidemiologist. In this role she supports on clinical research undertaken across CVS practices and laboratories, as well as providing research training to residents. Imogen’s main research interests are in epidemiology and primary-care focused research aiming to drive change within clinical practice.