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Meet The Team

  • Dr. Jessica Johnson
  • BAgrSc, MVB, MRCVS, Dipl. ECVS, DVMS
  • Surgery, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation

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Dr Jessica Johnson graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (MVB) in Veterinary Medicine from University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, in 2011.
Dr. Jessica’s special areas of research include ultrasound-guided injection techniques in the horse, and pre-surgical disinfection of the equine hoof.

In 2014, Dr. Jessica completed a 3-year residency at UCD VH to become a European Specialist in Large Animal Surgery. She also completed a Doctorate of Veterinary Medical Specialization (DVMS). Her special areas of research include ultrasound-guided injection techniques in the horse, and pre-surgical disinfection of the equine hoof.

  • In Vitro Comparison of two Single Layer Hand Sewn End‐to‐End Anastomosis Techniques in Normal Equine Jejunum.

March 2018 – present

Senior Clinical Veterinarian – Surgery

Equine Veterinary Medical Center, Doha, Qatar


July 2014 – July 2017

Large Animal Surgery Residency and Doctorate of Veterinary Medical Specialization Program

University College Dublin VH, Dublin, Ireland


July 2013 – April 2014

Assistant

Auburn Equine Clinic, Antrim, Northern Ireland


July 2012 – June 2013

Equine Internship

University College Dublin Veterinary Hospital, Dublin, Ireland


Jan 2012 – Jun 2012

Equine Internship

Troytown Equine Hospital, Kildare, Ireland


June 2011 – December 2012

Equine Internship

Dubai Equine Hospital, Dubai, U.A.E


2014 - 2017

Doctorate of Veterinary Medical Specialization

University College Dublin, School of Veterinary Medicine


2006 - 2011

Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine: First Class Honors

University College Dublin, School of Veterinary Medicine


2002 - 2006

Bachelor of Agricultural Science in Animal Science: First Class Honors

University College Dublin, Faculty of Agriculture, Food & the Environment


Derham A, O’Leary JM, Johnson JP, Kearney, C (2018). Surgical repair of a depressed, comminuted zygomatic arch fracture in a Thoroughbred foal using a locking compression plate. Submitted to Equine Veterinary Education April 2018.


Jeawon SS, O’Leary JM, Johnson JP, Hoey SE, Duggan VE (2017). Septic peritonitis secondary to a perforating gastric foreign body in an Irish Sport Horse gelding. Equine Veterinary Education. “HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1111/EVE.12865”


Johnson JP, Peckham RK, Rowan C, Wolfe A, O’leary JM (2017). Ultrasound – guided inferior alveolar nerve block in the horse: a validation of the extraoral approach in cadavers. Accepted for publication by Equine Veterinary Dentistry as Original Research 10/2017.


Johnson JP, Stack JD, Rowan C, Handel I, O’Leary JM (2017). Ultrasound – guided approach to the cervical facet joints in horses: a validation of the technique in cadavers. Veterinary Comparative Orthopedics and Traumatology 2/2017.


Johnson J, Messier S, Meulyzer M, Vinardell T, Marcoux M, David F (2015) Effect of Presurgical Iodine-Based Disinfection on Bacterial Colonization of the Equine Peripodal Region. Veterinary Surgery; 44, 756-762. This paper was also included in Equine Veterinary Education’s November 2015 Issue in “Highlights of Recent Clinically Relevant Papers”.


Johnson J,More S, Collins J, Duggan V (2012). Disease Transmission Potential at Equine Events in Ireland. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science; 32 (10S): S91.