Veterinary Imaging Associates

Specialist radiologists are on site to review radiographs and perform complex imaging procedures including myelography, discography & epidurography, video fluoroscopic studies of the gastro-intestinal, respiratory and urogenital tracts, ultrasonography, and CT with our state-of-the-art CT machine.

Advanced imaging with MRI is readily available.

Dr. Graeme Allen MVSc FACVS Diplomate ACVR

Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging

Graeme is a graduate of the University of Sydney and worked in private practice in Sydney before undertaking a residency program in radiology at Cornell University in the USA.

He became one of the first qualified specialists in Australia and for the past 10 years has also acted as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney. He conducts undergraduate lectures in radiology and many postgraduate courses. Graeme provides the specialist radiology and ultrasound services in conjunction with Rob Nicoll and their Veterinary Imaging Associates.

Dr. Robert Nicoll BSc(Vet) BVSc Diplomate ACVR

Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging

Rob undertook research in ultrasonographic evaluation of tendon and ligament injuries as part of a BSc(Vet) at the University of Sydney in 1989.

Following his graduation from veterinary school in 1990 he worked in mixed practice for several years before taking a position as resident in radiology at the University of Wisconsin, USA from 1994 to 1997.

Rob is experienced in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching both in Australia and the USA and is involved in research and publications in radiology, ultrasound, MRI and CT.

Dr. Sarah Davies BVSc MS Diplomate ACVR

Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging

Sarah is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology, having successfully completed her board examinations in September, 2009. Sarah graduated from the University of Sydney in 2003.

After completing a small animal rotating internship at the Adelaide Veterinary Specialist Centre in Adelaide she moved to Columbus, Ohio, to complete an internship at The Ohio State University, Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Following this internship she was accepted into a 4 year residency program at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, in Blacksburg, Virginia. She completed her residency program in July, 2010.

She has a special interest in musculoskeletal imaging. Her Masters research involved investigating the use of thyroid scintigraphy in horses. She is happy to be back in Australia and be closer to her family. She brought a new member of the family back with her, her now 9 year old black Labrador, Daisy-Mae and has since adopted Ruby, her Cavalier who is now 4 years of age.