Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Animal Welfare talk by Luke Gamble for Vet School students

On Friday Luke Gamble will be visiting us at the R(D)SVS to deliver a talk to our students about his work with Mission Rabies.  Further to his successful talk last year, we very much look forward to welcoming him back.
His  talk is part  of the special seminar series that is run by the R(D)SVS and JMICAWE and is aimed at our  students, comprising of  a programme of presentations, case-based discussions and interactive workshops, covering a range of topics, in addition to core and selective teaching. It is an opportunity to learn from external speakers and to develop a more specialised knowledge.

The Mission’ will take place on Friday 23 January @ 4pm, G01, Veterinary Teaching Building, R(D)SVS, Easter Bush

Luke Gamble graduated from Bristol University in 1999 as a vet and then went on to Cambridge to specialise in large animal medicine and surgery. He is CEO of Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS) and Mission Rabies. Although primarily based in his New Forest practice, Pilgrims, his extra curricular work with the Worldwide Veterinary Service charity 'which he founded in 2003' takes him much further afield and was the subject of two TV series on Sky 1. He also runs an emergency service for animals in Dorset and a pet travel company.

More about Luke can be found on his website:

(Image Courtesy of Luke Gamble's website

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