Dr. Karen Humm graduated from Cambridge in 2001 and spent two years in small animal practice before completing an internship at Liverpool University. She then spent time in first opinion practice before starting a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in the UK in 2005 and has remained there ever since.
Dr. Humm is an Associate Professor in Transfusion Medicine and Emergency and Critical Care at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in the UK. She is Director of the Transfusion Medicine Service (TMS), running a community blood donor programme with the incredible TMS nurses at the RVC. She is also Co-Director of the Emergency and Critical Care Service, using a lot of the blood products the TMS produces.
She has many research interests including progressing our understanding of anaemia and transfusion medicine in dogs and cats.
(Term thru 06/30/2024)