Tim King

BVMS MRCVS

Biography

Tim King MRCVS

Following graduation from the University of Glasgow in 1980, Tim spent five years in large animal practice in Northumberland and Cumbria before joining the Moredun Research Institute where he studied neonatal diseases of lambs.

In 1990 he joined Glasgow University Veterinary School as principal of their Large Animal Practice in Lanark, responsible for teaching undergraduates skills in large animal medicine and surgery.

In 1998 he moved to the Roslin Insitute to join Prof Ian Wilmut's team and lead the animal side of the cloning projects. In 2008 The Roslin Institute merged with the University of Edinburgh and became part of the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.

Tim King is now Deputy Head of School and responsible for the operational side of the school. Tim is a Past President of the Association of Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (AVTRW). His interests outside work include fishing, gardening and dog training.

 

Council Member category

  • Appointed: University of Edinburgh, 2014 - 2018

Declaration of interests

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Membership of other veterinary or allied organisations

  • Member, Association of Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (AVTRW)

Employment

  • Current - Dep Head of School, R(D)SVS University of Edinburgh
  • Veterinary Surgeon, Roslin Institute
  • Principal, Glasgow Large Animal Practice
  • Veterinary Research Officer, Moredun Research Insitute
  • Assistant, Mixed Practice Cockermouth
  • Assistant, Large Animal Practice

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