Dr Caitlin Mack graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2014. She started her career in mixed practice in rural Victoria before moving to the UK where she tended to mainly dogs and cats in busy hospitals and small country practices.

It was during this time that Caitlin developed a love for companion animal medicine and was encouraged to further her knowledge and skills through a small animal internship at the University of Queensland Small Animal Hospital.

Caitlin’s love for medicine continued to grow at UQ and she also developed a passion for teaching which led into her position as an Internal Medicine Resident at UQ VETS. Her interests in medicine include: infectious diseases, urinary tract disease, endocrinology and renal disease.