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Prof Alistair Barr MRCVS


Biography

Alistair Barr, member of RCVS DC Committee

Alistair graduated from Cambridge University in 1982. After a spell in mixed practice in Norfolk he moved to the University of Bristol Veterinary School where he is currently Professor of Veterinary Surgery.

An RCVS Diplomate in Radiology and Equine Orthopaedics, he is also a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons and a Large Animal Associate Member of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.

He is a Past-President of the British Equine Veterinary Association and the Federation of European Equine Veterinary Associations and has served on the Councils of the RCVS and BVA.

Alistair holds the post of Director of Equine Veterinary Journal Limited and is an Assistant Editor of Equine Veterinary Education.

Alistair obtained an LLB from the Open University in 2009 and was called to the bar in 2012. His major clinical interests are in orthopaedics and imaging.

Outside veterinary work Alistair plays cricket and attempts to play the guitar. 

 

Committee membership

  • Disciplinary Committee

 

Declaration of Interests

Directorship

  • EVJ Limited - Director
  • Shapwick Community Playing Field Company Ltd - Director

Shareholdings

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Consultancies

  • Decra Pharmaceuticals - Reports on drugs  

Appointments to other bodies

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Membership of other veterinary or allied organisations

  • British Equine Veterinary Association - Past-President
  • British Veterinary Association - Member
  • British Small Animal Veterinary Association - Member
  • European College of Veterinary Surgeons - Member

Employment

  • 1983 to present: University of Bristol

Qualifications (other than veterinary qualifications listed in the Register)

  • BPTC - UWE
  • Called to the bar - Middle Temple 2012

Interests relating to immediate family or close friends

  • Wife (Frances) is Education Director for BSAVA 

Other relevant information

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