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Research round up 2 July 2024 It has been a busy few months as far as research is concerned at Bristol Veterinary School.
  • Staff story-Gemma Richards 11 July 2024 Introducing Gemma Richards
  • Research round up 2 July 2024 It has been a busy few months as far as research is concerned at Bristol Veterinary School.
  • Alumni story - Charles Wheeler 1 July 2024 Charles Wheeler, our MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation alumnus, shared his experience on the course with us
  • Student story - Tirion Cobby 24 June 2024 Introducing MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation student Tirion Cobby
  • Staff story - Francesca Booth 18 June 2024 Francesca Booth, Research Project Officer and alumna of Bristol Veterinary School (BVS), shares her favourite thing about working at BVS and what she enjoys doing at her spare time.
  • Celebrating the 50th year of the Feline Centre with Langford Vets 10 June 2024 Last week, the team at Bristol Veterinary School made the short walk to the on-site small animal referral hospital, Langford Vets, to celebrate 50 years of the Feline Centre. The day acted as a continuing professional development (CPD) opportunity for students and industry professionals alike as they delved into the world of cats for the best part of 8 hours.
  • Student story - Roy Sim 5 June 2024 Our final year BVSc student shared why he decided to come to Bristol, what he enjoyed most about being part of the Veterinary School and what he has planned for the future
  • Local Scout group visits Bristol Veterinary School 22 May 2024 Earlier this month, Shipham Scouts headed to Bristol Veterinary School to find out what really happens on the Langford Campus and to make the most of the fantastic facilities on offer.
  • Dr Vikki Neville awarded UFAW Early Career Animal Welfare Researcher of the Year 15 May 2024 Dr Vikki Neville, a BBSRC Discovery Fellow and Proleptic Lecturer at Bristol Veterinary School, has been awarded the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) Early Career in Animal Welfare Research of the Year Award.
  • Final year student involved in the care of sixed-legged dog Ariel 13 May 2024 This heart-warming story started when a lovely sixed-legged, 10 week old puppy, Ariel, was found abandoned in Pembrokeshire. Upon her initial radiograph, she was found to have two vulvas in addition to her two extra limbs. Due to the high complexity of Ariel’s case, she was referred for advanced imaging and surgery at Langford Vets. The CT scan at Langford further revealed that Ariel only had one functional kidney, which upped the complexity of the treatment. Ariel’s story quickly drew a lot of interest from the wider public as well as both the students and interns for whom it presented a fantastic learning opportunity. Thanks to the dedication of various specialist teams, the operation was successfully performed at Langford.
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