BVetMed (Hons) MA (Oxon) MA (Keele) PhD DipECAR DipECAWBM (AWSEL) MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Human-Animal Interactions & Ethics
This member of staff no longer works for The RVC.
Madeleine's research interests are in the ethics of assisted reproductive technologies - including genetic editing - and ethical issues surrounding the use of animals in competitive sport. With Dr Amanda de Mestre, Madeleine also researches endometrial health in mares. Madeleine's clinical expertise in equine artificial reproduction, including subfertility in mares and stallions.
Veterinary Epidemiology, Economics and Public Health,
PhD: VetCompass eClinical Trials (VETs). Funded by Dogs Trust, this study aims to develop innovative statistical approaches to veterinary electronic patient records to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical interventions in dogs.
PhD: Re-Inventing Diagnosis and Management of Canine Hyperadrenocorticism. Funded by Dechra Veterinary Products, this project aims to evaluate the survival characteristics of dogs with hyperadrenocorticism, to identify novel technology methods to apply to VetCompass-derived clinical data to aid the diagnosis of hyperadrenocorticism and to develop and validate novel tools to assist the monitoring of treatment for hyperadrenocorticism.
Evidence-based prioritisation of disorders within dog breeds. Funded by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and Agria Pet Insurance, this study aims to build on collaboration between the Kennel Club and the RVC to expand the evidence base for breed related conditions and identify breed health related priorities.
RVC Pandemic Puppies Survey. Funded by the BVA Animal Welfare Foundation, this study aims to investigate how, why and by whom puppies were purchased during the COVID pandemic in the UK and compare this with puppies purchased in 2019.
Anke has a particular interest in progressing our understanding of the host-microbe interface in dogs with atopic dermatitis. Anke is also interested in the welfare aspects of chronic skin and ear disease.