Sarah Haldane BVSc,BAnSc, MANZCVS, MVSc, Dip ACVECC
Sarah has worked in emergency and critical care referral practice since 1998, both in private practice and university hospitals. She completed her ECC residency at the University of Illinois and The Ohio State University in 2005 and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
She has been President of the Anaesthesia, Emergency and Critical Care chapter of the ANZCVSc as well as an examiner for membership examinations for the college. She has been a regular national and international speaker on emergency and critical care topics.
Her clinical interests include pain recognition and management, transfusion medicine, clinical pharmacology, toxicology and veterinary education.
Peter holds specialist qualifications in small animal medicine in both Australia and the USA as well as additional specialist qualifications in Oncology.
Currently Clinical Specialist in oncology and small animal medicine at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Sydney University. Is an experienced distance educator and examiner with a wealth of clinical experience from which he can draw.
Is an experienced distance educator and examiner with a wealth of clinical experience from which he can draw.
Christie graduated with a BVSc from Massey University in 2011 and began work with the Farm Services Department in Palmerston North, New Zealand. She completed an internship in Ruminant Health and Reproduction at North Carolina State University followed by a residency and boards in Large Animal Internal Medicine with an emphasis on livestock from the University of California Davis in 2016.
Her special interests include intensive care and the management of pregnancy toxaemia and urolithiasis in small ruminants, as well as management of infectious disease of neonatal ruminants.
Christie is now based on the island of Maui in Hawaii in mixed animal practice.
A 1992 University of Queensland graduate. Craig spent time in mixed and then small animal practice in Australia and the UK. He then transitioned to a PhD and became a research scientist at the GI Laboratory at Texas A&M University.
Craig completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at Oregon State University and joined the Small Animal Medicine faculty before moving to New Zealand and Massey University in 2017.
Craig’s research interests lie in minimally invasive testing for gastrointestinal and pancreatic diseases, vitamin and mineral deficiency states in these diseases, and the role of the neuroendocrine system of the GI tract in gastrointestinal disease.
Richard Jerram BVSc, DACVS, Registered Specialist, Small Animal Surgery
Richard graduated from Massey University and initially went into general practice in the Waikato. During this time he developed a special interest in surgery of dogs and cats and in 1995 moved to a rotating internship followed by a residency in small animal medicine and surgery at Texas A&M University, Texas, USA.
He became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in Small Animal Surgery in 2000 and is now a Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery in New Zealand working in specialist referral practice in Auckland.
His special interest lies in diseases and surgery of the nervous system (particularly surgery of the brain and spine), oncologic surgery and wound surgery.
Jacqui is a veterinarian with seven years’ experience in mixed practice and nearly a decade in veterinary cardiology, who graduated from the University of Bristol, U.K. in 2003
In Nottingham, she ran an independent referral practice called Apex Cardiology offering ambulatory (or mobile) cardiology services. Prior to that, she worked at a hospital in Derby called Pride Veterinary Centre, and was a resident in cardiology at the University of Nottingham.
Jacqui is a specialist in Apex Cardiology and has been awarded RCVS Diploma in Veterinary Cardiology.
An experienced teacher, his academic career has included faculty positions at several American universities. He is currently Professor Emeritus at North Carolina State University and is involved with teleradiology quality control at IDEXX Telemedicine.
Has board certification in both diagnostic radiology and radiation oncology from the American College of Veterinary Radiology, and has served as President of the College in both capacities.
Currently, his primary imaging interests are CT and MRI.
Kate’s interest in endocrinology began in private practice, and she went on to study small animal medicine at Purdue University and has published research papers, book chapters and continuing education articles.
Kate is a diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM), and is also a registered veterinary specialist with the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council.
Kate completed her PhD on Transdermal methimazole in cats in 2015. An experienced distance educator she has been involved with continuing education for Veterinarians in New Zealand since 2006 Kate is Director of the Master of Veterinary Medicine programme. She continues to research in veterinary science and education.
Is an experienced teacher and lecturer at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Dermatology in 1998.
Currently works as the Director of the Animal Dermatology Clinic –Perth and as an Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine (Dermatology) at Murdoch University.
Mandy is the current past-President of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. Mandy is the Australian and New Zealand representative and Secretary of the World Association for Veterinary Dermatology and the President of the World Congress in Veterinary Dermatology, 2020 to be held in Sydney.
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Ian J. Lean BVSc (Syd), DVSc (Syd), PhD (Calif), MANZCVS
A Sydney graduate Ian has worked in practice and academia at Universities of California and Sydney. Ian completed his PhD with majors in Nutrition and Epidemiology.
Past president of the Australian Association of Cattle Veterinarians and the Cattle Chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, and is a registered specialist in Medicine and Management of Cattle.
Currently managing director of SBScibus providing integrated advisory services to dairy, beef and sheep properties. With 250 published articles in 2009 he was awarded the Gilruth Prize (Australian Veterinary profession’s highest honour) and in 2010 the Australian Dairy Science Award and recently the prestigious American Feed Industry Award for excellence in publication over the past 10 years.
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Erica Gee BVSc PhD Dip. ACT
Erica completed her veterinary degree and PhD at Massey University and is now Senior Lecturer in Equine Science.
Completed a 2 year residency at Colorado State University in the Equine Reproduction Laboratory.
A Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenology, Erica is a registered specialist in Equine Reproduction in New Zealand.
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Jimena Yapura DVM MSc PhD
Jimena is a lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology. She completed her veterinary medicine degree in Argentina and obtained her MSc and PhD in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
During her graduate program she focused on the development of oestrogen-free approaches for the control of oestrous cycle in cattle.
Apart from bovine reproduction, Jimena’s interests include comparative reproductive biology and multiple ovulation and embryo transfer programs in different species.
Chris Thomson BVSc(Hons) PhD DACVIM(Neurol) DipECVN
After graduating from Melbourne University veterinary school in 1983, Chris went into small animal practice and followed that with a residency in clinical neurology and neurosurgery at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. This was followed by a PhD in myelin biology at Glasgow University.
Since then (1992) she has been working in academia (Melbourne, Glasgow, Massey Universities and University of Alaska Fairbanks) teaching clinical neuroanatomy, and clinical neurology. Chris' research interests have been in the field of myelin biology, neurobiology and neural cell culture.
Currently an associate professor of neurology in the Vet Med Faculty, at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and an adjunct associate professor in neurology for Massey University. In January 2020, she will be moving to private referral practice in Brisbane, Australia
Graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph in 1996.
Following a small animal internship and a year in general, the practice completed a residency in Neurology and Neurosurgery and undertook a PhD focused on immunotherapy for malignant gliomas.
Since 2007 he has been at North Carolina State University, where he is currently Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery and divides his time between a busy referral hospital and his research lab. Research interests include brain tumor diagnosis and therapy, inflammatory CNS disease, epilepsy and peripheral neuropathy.
Wendy graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, completed an internship at Cornell and spent four years in emergency practice before specializing in small animal surgery. She completed her PhD in veterinary physiology as well as a residency in small animal surgery at Texas A&M University. She has been a member of the faculty at Massey University School of Veterinary Science as an Associate Professor in small animal surgery since 2016.
Wendy has a special interest in bone, ligament and tendon healing as well as sporting and working dog medicine and rehabilitation of small animals. She holds Certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) from the University of Tennessee. In 2013 she became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation - canine specialty.
Wendy’s role includes surgical teaching, performance of small animal surgery and development of the sports medicine and rehabilitation service.
Graduated from RVC London, spent a year as a farm animal intern before going into mixed mainly large animal practice in rural UK. He returned to London as Resident in Farm Animal Medicine and Pathology, and completed a PhD.
Joined ADAS Bridgets where he undertook research into all aspects of dairy cattle lameness, particularly the treatment and control of digital dermatitis, and the aetiology and pathogenesis of claw horn disease.
Spent time in Scotland as a disease surveillance centre manager and veterinary consultant for the Scottish Agricultural College before moving to New Zealand to join Massey University, where he is now Professor in production animal medicine. Richard’s research interests include all aspects of cattle health and welfare. He has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 32 of these are on lameness.
Associate Professor Naomi Cogger is part of Massey University's EpiCentre, an internationally recognised centre for excellence in epidemiology which attracts students from around the world. The Centre's contribution to epidemiology was recognised in 2013 when the Centre was awarded World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) collaborating centre status in the area of epidemiology and veterinary public health.
She enjoys teaching both online and face-to-face and is passionate about giving people the skills necessary for lifelong learning.
Her research has given her a good understanding of the role of epidemiology in both clinical and policy setting. She has also conducted projects funded by New Zealand's Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and UK Food Standards Agency.
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