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Veterinary Alumni News 2016

Spring Lambs In Field


A slightly belated Happy New Year from the University of Liverpool Veterinary Alumni Association (ULVAA), and a warm welcome to the first newsletter of 2016; bringing you news from the School of Veterinary Science, the University of Liverpool, and veterinary alumni.

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Will Gratwick

Liverpool Vets at Work: Will Gratwick

Will Gratwick (BVSc 2009) is currently completing a residency in bovine health and production at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Excellence Scholars Thank You

Supporting student excellence

In September 2015 the first Excellence Scholars, including 30 veterinary science students, joined the University thanks to generous donations.

Barrie Edwards

Could you help support the next generation of equine experts?

The School of Veterinary Science needs your help to provide a talented graduate with a three year residency in equine surgery.

Reunion Photo

Reflecting on the Class of 1960

In October 2015, a group of Veterinary Science graduates met to celebrate 55 years since leaving the University.

BioTech Students

Veterinary student success at national BioTech YES competition

An idea for a new technology to reduce infection in pig farms saw our student team place second in the national competition.

Edgar Golding

Prize recognises bravery of WW1 hero

After his death the Edgar Golding Prize in Veterinary Anatomy was founded and endowed at the University of Liverpool.

Paul Gilmore

Investing in services to develop leading veterinary surgeons of the future

During the year a new ELISA test for Fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) in horses was launched.


Inaugural Lecture: Professor Julian Hiscox - Ebola - you live or die.

10 March, Liverpool

Beagle dog

BSAVA Congress drinks reception

8 April, Birmingham

Reunion Photo

University of Liverpool Veterinary Alumni Association Reunion

2 - 3 September, Leahurst Campus

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