Amanda Jayne Miller graduated in 2009 from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, first class honours. She worked for three years in a busy general practice in western Sydney. In 2013 she commenced a rotating internship at SASH, giving her the opportunity to work alongside the full spectrum of SASH’s specialty departments. During this time she obtained membership to the ANZCVS in Small Animal Medicine (2014).
Keen to pursue her strong interests in surgery, Amanda commenced her residency training in specialist surgery at SASH in 2014. Amanda became an ANZCVS Fellow in Small Animal Surgery in 2018. While enjoying all aspects of surgery, her main clinical and research interests are in minimally-invasive orthopaedics and soft-tissue/reconstructive surgery.