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Veterinary Alumni News 2015

Pigs in the wood
 
Nicola Beesley

Welcome

Welcome to the latest edition of the University of Liverpool Veterinary Alumni Association (ULVAA) newsletter.

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Chester Zoo Tour

Alumni enjoy an evening safari at Chester Zoo

Graduates recently joined a behind-the-scenes evening at Chester Zoo hosted by the Veterinary Alumni Association.

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Vicky Strong

Protecting our great apes

After graduating, Vicky embarked upon a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine focusing on zoo and exotic species.

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Stephanie Small

Liverpool vets at work: Stephanie Small (BVSc 2010)

Stephanie Small works for Norbrook Laboratories (GB) Ltd advising internal and external stakeholders about products from both an ethical and technical point of view.

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Claire Scantlebury

Research programme into equine health and disease

Researchers and veterinary clinicians from the University have developed a research programme exploring horse owners’ understanding and experiences of equine health.

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Joe Angell

Research into Contagious Ovine Digital Dermatitis

Alumnus and PhD student, Joe Angell, is researching Contagious Ovine Digital Dermatitis (CODD) in sheep.

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Horse

Supporting the School of Veterinary Science

Donors to the Philip Leverhulme Equine Hospital, Small Animal Teaching Hospital, and the Clare Harrison memorial fund were thanked at a special event at Leahurst.

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Netball Team

Victory for the Vet Ladies Netball Club

This year ULVAA provided the Vet Ladies Netball Club with sponsorship to help cover the cost of training ground hire.

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Reunion Group Photo

Celebrating 51 years since graduation

Veterinary graduates from the class of 1963 recently met up in Liverpool for a chance to rekindle old friendships and revisit their old haunts.

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Professor Frank Jordan

In Memoriam: Professor Frank Tudor Whitney Jordan

Professor Jordan, known for his pioneering work on poultry disease in the UK, died at the beginning of this year at the age of 97.

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Exterior of Leahurst Lecture Theatre

Transforming the Leahurst Campus

Construction work is underway to increase the capacity of the lecture theatre at Leahurst.

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