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  1. Despite extensive knowledge, cattle vets are still failing lame cows

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  2. Cattle vets are still failing lame cows – Post debate Q&A with speakers

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  3. The elephant in the consult room: we are failing obese pets

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  4. Meet our student researchers – Sophie, Royal Veterinary College

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  5. BCVA Congress 2019

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  6. BVNA Fringe 2019

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  7. Meet our student researchers – Charlotte, University of Liverpool

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  8. Meet the speakers – exotics in captivity

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  9. Meet the speakers – is UK farming welfare good enough?

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]
  10. Speaker Q&A – exotics vet Tariq Abou-Zahr

    AWF has awarded grants to support two feline research projects, providing a unique opportunity for cats to benefit from advances in veterinary medicine. The funds come from a legacy left by GP West, author of Black’s Veterinary Dictionary.   Alan Radford will lead a team at Liverpool University to apply modern genetic sequencing techniques to improve understanding of the causes of gastrointestinal and […]