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Dr Fabio-Stabile

Dr Fabio Stabile


RCVS and EBVS® Recognised European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology

Fabio graduated from the University of Padova, Italy in 2003 and then worked in first opinion small animal practice for three years. In 2006 he undertook a PhD at the University of Padova in Small Animal Neurology and Neurosurgery. Fabio undertook an ECVN-approved Residency in Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Animal Health Trust and became an ECVN Diplomate in 2017.

Fabio enjoys every aspect of Neurology and Neurosurgery and finds nothing more satisfying that give paralised animals the chance to walk again and enjoy life with their owners. Fabio’s main areas of interest are Neurosurgery and Epilepsy. Fabio aims to provide the highest standard of care for all his patients and their owners.

Out of work Fabio enjoys travelling, gardening and spending time and caring for his dogs and cat.


Marco Ruggeri


Clinician in Neurology

Marco was born and raised on the lake of Garda (Italy) surrounded by large family and many animals. He attended Milan University, and after completing an internship at the Ecole Veterinary de Maison Alfort, France, he earned his degree in veterinary medicine in 2008. After reaming one year at the same university working in the general pathology department, Marco moved to a referral clinic in Rome where he developed a special interest in neurology. In 2010 Marco went to Spain, where he remained for 3 years, working exclusively in neurology. He moved then to a large clinic in London where he worked for almost 2 years as the person in charge of the MRI unit. In 2015 Marco decided to focus his attention on research, so he moved to Finland where he was part of a group studying neurogenesis. In May 2016 he started his 3 year residency in Neurology, at the Koret Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

His main interests include neuroradiology and neurosurgery, although he enjoys all aspects of neurology.

With his wife Omer, we have a large "family", with 2 dogs, 2 birds, 2 hamsters and a bearded dragon!

Marco's hobbies are going for long walks with his 2 dogs, playing football with friends and reading books.


Oliver Marsh


Neurology Resident

Prior to becoming a vet Oliver graduated with a degree in history from the University of Newcastle and spent a number of years working in the horseracing industry. Oliver then attended the University of Nottingham Veterinary School and qualified as a vet in 2015. He spent two years in first opinion practice where he developed an interest in neurology. Oliver then undertook a rotating internship, followed by a Neurology and Neurosurgery internship, both at the Animal Health Trust, before moving to Southfields in January 2020.

Outside of work, Oliver enjoys playing the guitar, running and gardening.


Kirsty Aloi


Neurology Nurse

Kirsty worked in first opinion practice for 6 years before qualifying as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2017. Prior to joining Southfields Veterinary Specialists, Kirsty worked in a neutering centre, an emergency out of hours facility and she has also volunteered at a wildlife sanctuary. She enjoys all aspects of her role as a veterinary nurse and finds it incredibly rewarding.

When she is not at work, Kirsty enjoys spending time with her dog Alfie and has a keen interest in photography.


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