Dr Angie Tavernor

BVetMed (London), PhD (Wolfson, Cambridge), MRCVS
Veterinary Medicine
Phys., Dev. and Neurosci.
Veterinary anatomy.
Tutor for U/G Students|Director of Studies, Clinical Veterinary Medicine

Dr Angie Tavernor

Dr Angie Tavernor
Dr Angie Tavernor


After qualifying from the Royal Veterinary College I spent time in mixed practice before embarking on a PhD in ovine immunoparasitology at the Cambridge School of Clinical Veterinary Medicine. I returned to small animal practice after a period of post-doctoral research in the Department of Immunology at the Babraham Institute. My research focused on both ovine and equine immunology.  Since 2001 I have taught veterinary anatomy in the University's Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience where I am a Veterinary Teaching Associate. My teaching covers the Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology course in the first year and the Veterinary Reproductive Biology, Neurobiology and Animal Behaviour and Comparative Veterinary Biology courses in the second year of the Medical and Veterinary Science Tripos.

I am a College Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy, Director of Studies in Clinical Veterinary Medicine, and a Tutor at Fitzwilliam College.


  • 19 May 2017
    Veterinary Medicine Fellow Dr Angie Tavernor teaches willow weaving to students and staff.
  • 03 November 2016
    Undergraduates, graduates, and Fellows took part in Sunday’s Fitzwilliam’s 5k fun run organised by Dr Rachel Camina and Dr Matthew Wingate.
  • 11 August 2016
    The in-date contents of student food cupboards are given to Wintercomfort, a Cambridge-based charity supporting homeless people.
  • 13 May 2016
    On 29 April the Fitzwilliam Medical and Veterinary Society held their annual Anatomy Craft Show in College.
  • 04 July 2014
    Fitz Fellow Dr Angie Tavernor has announced the winners of the annual Veterinary Medicine poster competition for Lower Sixth students.