Fellowship Day provisional programme

The provisional programme for our Fellowship Day is set out below:

09.45 – Registration and coffee

10.30 – Introduction by Professor Nick Bacon MA VetMB CertVR CertSAS DipECVS DipACVS FRCVS, Chair of the Fellowship Board

10.40 – Fellowship ceremony

11.20 – Keynote address

'Tamed: Three species that changed our world' - Professor Alice Roberts

12.30 – Poster sessions and lunch

13.40 – Fellows’ short talks

  • 'Mission Rabies' - Mr Ian Battersby BVSc FRCVS
  • 'The health of corals, and their importance for society' - Mr Rob Gilbert BVSc MMedVet FRCVS
  • “All structures great and small: is the profession coping with the rapid changes in the veterinary sector? – Professor John Innes BVSc PhD CertVR DSAS(Orth) FRCVS
  • 'Do badgers kill cows or cows kill badgers?' - Mr Dick Sibley BVSc HonFRCVS
  • 'A personal perspective of the medical-veterinary relationship' - Professor Brian Summers BVSc MSc PhD FRCPath FRCVS
  • 'General practice is the most important veterinary specialism' - Dr Bradley Viner BVetMed MSc(VetGP) DProf FRCVS
  • 'Causes and cures for cataracts’ - Dr David Williams MA VetMB CertVOphthal PhD CertWEL VetMD DipECAWBM(AWSEL) FRCVS

15.20 – Closing remarks

15.30 – Poster sessions and drinks reception

Please note, exact timings may be subject to change

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