Dr Adrian Witham
BVSc MANZCVS GCUT DipACVIM
Adrian is a 2000 graduate from the University of Melbourne. After several years in private small animal practice in Melbourne and locum work in the UK, he completed a one year rotating internship at the University of Liverpool, before completing a three year small animal medicine residency at Massey University, New Zealand. Adrian worked at Massey University as a consulting lecturer in E-Learning before returning to the University of Melbourne in 2009. Adrian is an active member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination, acting as both Head Subject examiner for Small Animal Medicine, Feline & Canine Memberships, President of the Small Animal Medicine Chapter, and Science Week conference convenor. He is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine by examination since 2009. He has recently completed a Graduate Certificate in University Teaching. Adrian is the head of the DVM-4 small animal medicine rotation, program director for Melbourne University’s ACVIM residency, and academic coordinator of the Veterinary Hospital’s uVet continuing professional development program. Adrian was awarded the Faculty’s Teaching Excellence Award. Adrian’s research interests include feline hyperthyroidism, diabetes, methods of preparing students for extramural placements and computer cased-based teaching and assessment methods. Adrian is passionate about helping dogs, cats, and their loving owners and primary vets.