Hélène Amory has been graduated in veterinary medicine at the university of Liège (Belgium) in 1987. She defended her PhD in 1993. She performed a clinical training including 4 weeks in large animal cardiology in the universities of Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, and 6 months in equine internal medicine in the veterinary schools of Utrecht, Gent, Montréal, Guelph, Hannover and Maison Alfort. Therefore, she joined the clinical teaching team of the veterinary faculty of Liège where she worked as lecturer, assistant professor, and then professor in equine internal medicine.
She has been De Facto recognized as a Diplomate of the European College of Equine Internal Medicine (ECEIM) in 2003. She has been member of the exam committee of this college from 2004 to 2009, and member of its board from 2011 to 2014.
She is in charge of the teaching of the equine semiology and internal medicine at the University of Liège. Her research projects focuse on large animal cardiology. She is first or co-author of more than hundred peer-reviewed papers and of a large number of national or international congress abstracts. She is active in the veterinary continuing education en Belgium and France, and is member of the board of the Belgian Equine Practitioners Society since 1996 within which she has been secretary from 1996 to 2011.