Dr Matt Munro is board-certified in small animal internal medicine (SAIM), and works at the Veterinary Referral Hospital, Dandenong, Victoria. He graduated with a distinction from the University of Melbourne in 2014 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, then completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Minnesota (2015-2016) and a small animal internal medicine residency at the University of California, Davis (2016-2019).
Following completion of his residency, Matt became an American-boarded specialist in small animal internal medicine, making him a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine; DACVIM-SAIM. Matt then worked at the University of Melbourne for two years as a lecturer in small animal medicine, before moving to his current private practice position.
He has authored textbook chapters related to canine and feline oesophageal disease and the management of canine hyperlipidaemia. His research areas have encompassed feline mycobacterial disease, clinical pharmacology, and investigation of canine megaoesophagus. Areas of interest include hepatobiliary diseases, infectious diseases, pharmacology, and interventional endoscopy and radiology.
Dr Munro is part of the education team for the sold out 2023 Small Animal Endoscopy workshop in Queensland.