Category: Talks

Talk on Wednesday 14/3

Talk on Wednesday 14/3

Return of the Grads – Starting out in Practice

by recently qualified Cambridge graduates

6:30 pizza, 6:45 talk

Free for members, £1 for non-members

Sponsored by CUVS and the Cambridge Veterinary School Trust

Talk on Wednesday 7/3

Talk on Wednesday 7/3

Anaemia in Small Animals: Causes, Diagnosis and Management

A talk by Isabelle Cattin of the AHT

Provided and Sponsored by BSAVA

LT2 6:30 for pizza, 6:45 for talk

Free for members, £1 for non-members

Talk on Wednesday 15/2

Talk on Wednesday 15/2

Is the horse lame, and if so, which leg?

A talk by Sue Dyson of the Animal Health Trust

LT2 6:30 for pizza, 6:45 for talk

Free for members, £1 for non-members

Sponsored by VetCell

Talk on Tuesday 31/01

Talk on Tuesday 31/01

Caring for Competition Horses – from the Gymkhana to International Events

by Karen Coumbe of Bell Equine Clinic

31/1/12

LT2 6:30 for pizza, 6:45 for talk

Free for CUVS members, £1 for non-members

Sponsored by Hallmarq Equine MRI

Keith Entwistle Memorial Lecture

Keith Entwistle Memorial Lecture

This will be given by Professor Lord Robert Winston

Wednesday February 22nd

Robinson College Lecture Theatre

5:45 arrival for 6pm start

Followed by drinks reception and formal dinner

Sponsored by Dechra and Vetoquinol

 

Talk on 18th January

Talk on 18th January

Metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance in horses

by Andy Durham of Liphook Equine Hospital

Note the earlier times of 6pm for pizza, 6:15 for the talk.

Sponsored by BEVA

Talk 11th January

Talk 11th January

Canine Pyoderma – An approach to treatment

by Delyth Butler

As usual 6:30 for pizza, 6:45 for talk. LT2

Provided and sponsored by Pfizer.

Talks this week

Talks this week

You are being treated to two CUVS talks this week (both ovine-themed):

Firstly, on Tuesday 22nd November, there will be a talk on Lambing, given by Dr Murray Corke and clinical vet students. This will take place downtown in Sidgwick Hall, Newnham College (follow signs from Porter’s lodge). Talk starts at 7 but food will be available from 6:45.

On Thursday 24th November, there will be a talk on “Tackling the challenge of health planning for sheep flocks”, given by Lesley Stubbings. This will be at 6:45pm (6:30 for pizza) in LT2 at the vet school.

Each talk is free to CUVS members, £1 for non-members.

Angiostrongylus vasorum – Talk this Wednesday

Angiostrongylus vasorum – Talk this Wednesday

Lucy Smith will be talking on the parasitic nematode, Angiostrongylus this Wednesday evening (18th November). 6:45 pm (6:30 for pizza).  £1 for non-members, free for CUVS members. Ideal for fourth years ahead of their parasitology exam.

Provided and sponsored by Bayer.