Research seminars

School Seminar and Research Lunch Talks

All talks are Tuesday, 1-2pm, Dolberry Video Conference Suite unless stated otherwise. All information can be found in the Staff Bulletin and research events calendar using the following link 

Calendar ID: bristol.ac.uk_esqehikgsnu7n50btsqjc3sbes@group.calendar.google.com

These seminars cover our three major research areas,  Animal Welfare and Behaviour, Clinical and Comparative Research and Infection and Immunity, with speakers from the School as well as academics invited from other institutions> 

Summer 2017

25 April 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
John Tarlton

2 May 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Harriet Mills and Sarah Kappel
Social preference in group-housed dairy calves research at UBC Dairy Research Centre in Vancouver, Canada

9 May 2017
Research Seminar
Henry Buller (Exeter University)
Tales of the Veterinary Ethnographer

16 May 2017
Research Seminar
Ljerka Ostojic (Cambridge University)
What can Eurasian jay food-sharing behaviour teach us about mental state attribution in non-human animals?

22 May 2017
Research Seminar
Sarah Westbury (UOB MRC Clinical Research Fellow)
Updates in aspects of thrombocytopenia in humans

23 May 2017
Research Seminar
Lise Estcourt (NHS consultant haematologist)
Developing clinical trials for the NHS Blood and Transplant service

30 May 2017
No seminar

6 June 2017
Research Seminar
Peter Green (Torch Equine and Farm Vets, Devon)
Working with Deer

13 June 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Ellie Wigham and Swaid Abdullah
The challenge of assessing welfare in abattoirs & Ticks and tick borne diseases in the UK

20 June 2017
Research Seminar
Mark Westman (Sidney University, Australia)
Feline viral diseases

27 June 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Sam Saunders and Claire Weeks
Feline infectious peritonitis & Hen depopulation

4 July 2017
Research Seminar
Andrew Shaw (Exeter University)
Rapid blood screening technology to profile the host response to infection

11 July 2017
Research Seminar
George Chan (Bluefire Films)
Film productions for research

18 July 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Vikki Neville and Jenny Bailey

25 Jul 17
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch discussion
Social media for research 

 

Spring 2017

17 January 2017
Nicola Rooney, SVS
Hypoglycaemia alert dogs. What do they do and how do they do it?

24 January 2017  
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Tim Bray (Bristol Zoo) & Doug Wilson (SVS)
1. Population genetics to investigate breed history in Dexter cattle. From Dexter genetic history to research at Bristol Zoo
2.Proteomics Genomics Transcriptomics and the route to bespoke immunotherapy in Horse Allergy!

31 January 2017
Research Seminar
Rebecca Meagher, (Reading University)
Benefits of physical, cognitive and social stimuli for farm animals

14 February 2017
SVS staff Interactive session
Carole Fureix
Is that - really- a Pandora box? Sharing thoughts about how to investigate such a complex human illness as clinical depression in non-human animals

21 February 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Pia Gjertsen Prestmo

28 February 2017
Training room
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Emma Mellor & Sarah Kappel
1. Abnormal repetitive behaviours in captive carnivores

07 March 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Nikki Mackie & Nilantha Jayasuriya

14  March 2017
SVS staff and post-grad research lunch talks
Hugo van Oostrom & Katie Tungatt (Cardiff University)
2. flu-specific pig T cells and tetramer development

21 March 2017
Research Seminar
Christian Nawroth, (Queen Mary University London)
Farm animal cognition - Human-directed behaviour by livestock

Autumn 2016

13 September 2016
Bethaney Heayns, and PJ Noble, Liverpool University
SAVSNET –The Small Animal Surveillance Network
Venue: Training Room

27 September 2016
Paweł Bęczkowski, Glasgow University
Virus evolution in the progression of natural FIV infection
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

4 October 2016
SVS research lunch talks
Sophie Adamantos “Bloody adventures!” & Lisa Morgans “Reducing antimicrobial use on UK dairy farms through farmer action groups- does farmer participation work when making policy”
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

11 October 2016
SVS research lunch talks
Ed van Klink “Relevance of abattoir feedback for on-farm herd health management” and Emily Porter “Combating swine flu in pigs”
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

18 October 2016
SVS research lunch talks
Kristen Reyher “Antimicrobial Resistance, Stewardship and the AMR Force” and Stephanie Buijs “Assessing how hens' range use affects keel bone damage and feather pecking”
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

1 November 2016
Nicolas Borenstein, DVM, PhD, IMMR, France
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

8 November 2016,
Andrew Dowsey, SVS
Opportunities in veterinary data science
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

15 November 2016
Chalk and talk session on planned research projects
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

22 November 2016
Mark Bennett, SVS
Bandicoots, their circular double-stranded DNA viruses, and other obscure but really interesting stuff from Australia
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

29 November 2016
Jo Coast, Professor in the Economics of Health and Care, SSCM
Using qualitative methods to develop attributes for discrete choice experiments in health economics
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

6 December 2016
Bill Browne and Bobby Stuijfzand, Jean Golding Institute for Data Intensive Research & Experimental Psychology
URI big data centre and Statistical models to analyse gaze-patterns
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

13 December 2016
SVS research lunch talks
Ore Francis and Sarah Lambton
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

Spring/Summer 2016

25 January 2016
Dr Surej Joseph Bunglavan, KVASU, Kerala, India
Welfare problems of maladapted cross-bred dairy cattle in Kerala
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

4 February 2016
Clive Wynne, Arizona State University
Behavioral Approaches to Dog Behavioral Problems
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room (12-1pm)

9 February 2016
Nicola Kulendra, RVC
Feline ureteric obstruction- from stents to SUBs
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

8 March 2016
Jenny Bailey (I&I) and John Tarlton (I&I)
SVS research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

15 March 2016
Gerald Coles (I&I) and Sagi Denenberg (AWB)
SVS research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

22 March 2016
Christie Cabral (UOB) CANCELLED
Socio-cultural drivers of antibiotic prescribing for children with infectious illnesses: transferable knowledge for One Health?
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

12 April 2016
Emma Mellor (AWB) and Mick bailey (I&I)
SVS research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

19 April 2016
Taro Takahashi (SVS-UOB),
What would happen to the UK economy if ruminant production was banned?
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

3 May 2016
Simon Satchell (UOB Reader in Renal Medicine, SOCS)
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

10 May 2016
Emma Robinson (UOB)
AWERB ethical approval process
Seminar and Q&A session
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

12 May 2016
Sandra Dupjan (UOB)
Farm animal welfare research at the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology
Seminar
Venue: Training room, Communal building (12-1pm)

17 May 2016
Rachel Orritt, Lincoln University
Human Directed Aggressive Behaviour in Dogs: Risk Factors, Protective Factors and Attitudes
Research seminar
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

24 May 2016
Alison Scrase (AWB) and Sam Saunders (I&I)
SVS research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

7 June 2016
Liam McKervy (UOB)
Faculty ethical approval process
Seminar and Q&A session
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

13 June 2016,
Tiernan Williams, (UOB, RED)
Horizon 2020: The ERC, Marie Curie and Collaborative Schemes
Seminar and Q&A session
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

14 June 2016
Anna Davies (AWB) and Toby Knowles (AWB)
SVS research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

21 June 2016
Mick Bailey (SVS-UOB),
Microbiota, metabolism and immunity in the young pig: lessons for rearing young mammals
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

Autumn 2015

7 October 2015
Andrew Wray and John Tarlton
Research Impact session - pathways to impact for researchers in SVS

13 October 2015
Jenna Kiddie, Cambridge
Title: Assessing welfare in kennelled dogs
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

27 October 2015
Megana Nedungadi and David Tisdall, University of Bristol
Research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

3 November 2015
Melissa Upjohn, The Brooke
Title: tbc
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

17 November 2015
Liz Paul and Andy Butterworth, University of Bristol
Research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

24 November 2015
Marie-Christine Meunier-Salaün, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomque (INRA)
Title: ATOL ontology project
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

1 December 2015
Richard Mellanby, University of Edinburgh
Title: From labrador to lab, vitamin D in health
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

8 December 2015
Andrew Davidson, CMM, University of Bristol
Title: High-throughput quantitative proteomic analysis of dengue virus – host cell interactions.
Venue: Training room

15 December 2015
Poppy Statham and Claire Heffernan, University of Bristol
Research lunch talks
Venue: Dolberry Seminar Room

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