After a seven-year hiatus, the RVC podcast returns with Dominic Barfield taking the reins and talking to the researchers at all stages in their careers about the work that they are doing at the UK’s oldest veterinary school. Continuing from the back catalogue from Dr Mattias Kleinz (episode 1 to 20) and Dr Mark Cleasby (episode 20-50) Dom with the help of Brian Cox will get you back up to speed with how the Royal Veterinary College, the University of London's veterinary school, is pushing the frontiers in veterinary medicine and basic science. We will provide you with an insight to the current research being undertaken and those dedicated researchers in the pursuit of answering those questions to benefit animal health and welfare, today, tomorrow and beyond. We hope that you enjoy.

  • 37 Lactation Curve Modelling in Dairy Cattle and Sheep

    Fri, 14 Aug 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:31:13

    Maximising milk yield without sacrificing fertility is a key objective of research in the dairy industry. Here, Dr Geoff Pollott describes his methods for analysing herd productivity and discusses the implications of his findings for future cattle breeding strategies.

  • 36 Current and Future Trends in Veterinary Education and the Profession

    Fri, 24 Jul 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:34:25

    In this podcast Professor Quintin McKellar, the Principal of the Royal Veterinary College, gives his perspective on the current and projected future changes taking place in veterinary education and in the profession as a whole and their potential impact in a variety of spheres of interest.

  • 35 New Advances in the Treatment of Epilepsy in Dogs

    Mon, 22 Jun 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:21:07

    Epilepsy is a common condition in dogs and cats and is distressing for pet and owner alike. In this podcast, Dr Holger Volk describes the best treatments currently available for epilepsy and also gives an insight into some promising new alternatives.

  • 34 Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

    Tue, 26 May 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:23:40

    Intensive care has long been an important facility in human hospitals. In our latest podcast, Karen Humm describes how facilities and knowledge in this area are also now being developed for our animal patients.

  • 33 New Imaging Modalities in Small Animal Veterinary Medicine

    Wed, 6 May 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:39:24

    In our latest podcast, Veterinary Radiologist Chris Lamb describes the application of MRI and CT scanning to veterinary practice. In particular he relates the results of two of his studies which emphasise the cost-benefit analysis of their use versus more traditional diagnostic modalities.

  • 32 Equine Exertional Rhabdomyolysis

    Fri, 20 Mar 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:24:06

    In this podcast, Dr Richard Piercy explains the pathology, diagnosis and management of exertional rhabdomyolysis, a common and debilitating muscular disease of working horses.

  • 31 Canine Mitral Valve Disease and Congestive Heart Failure

    Fri, 6 Mar 2009

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:37:10

    In this podcast, Adrian Boswood of the RVC’s Small Animal Cardiac referral service reviews mitral valve disease, the commonest cause of heart failure in small breed dogs, and describes the latest advances in methods of diagnosis and treatment of heart failure.

  • 29 The LIVE Centre and VetConnect

    Tue, 9 Dec 2008

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:34:02

    In our latest podcast, Dr Kim Whittlestone and Jeff Bullock describe the role of the Lifelong Independent Veterinary Education (LIVE) Centre at the RVC and their VetConnect project - a high tech means of improving case-based clinical learning experiences for students and vets.

  • 28 Dietary Fatty Acids and Fertility of Humans and Animals

    Wed, 5 Nov 2008

    Author: Mark Cleasby

    Duration: 00:22:40

    We’re constantly told that too much fat in our diet is bad for the health of ourselves and our animals. However it now seems that very particular types of fats are implicated in determining not only animal health but their reproductive performance. Here Dr Robert Abayasekara and Prof Claire Wathes of the Department Of Veterinary Basic Sciences at the RVC explain their work demonstrating the effect of different polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) on human and animal fertility.

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