Dr Penny Brown graduated from the University of Sydney with first class honours in 2011. During university she worked in specialist and referral practice as a nurse which helped to develop a keen interest in Oncology and cancer therapy in animals. She worked in mixed practice in the Hunter Valley after graduating and enjoyed the country lifestyle but returned to Sydney in 2013 for a rotating internship and then Oncology internship at SASH.
Penny finished her residency training in Veterinary Oncology in April 2017 and is now the Oncology Registrar at SASH. She is a member of the Veterinary Cancer Society and has obtained her Memberships of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal medicine. She regularly participates in continuing education talks to general practitioners in both Sydney and regional NSW. She has a keen interest in haematological cancers and has published papers on multiple myeloma, anal sac cancer in cats and chemotherapy for T cell lymphoma in dogs. Outside of work she is kept busy studying for Fellowship exams, her spotty horse PJ and ginger cat Ron.