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Prof Herrtage Winner of The Bourgelat Award 2019

The Bourgelat Award

This award is presented by the BSAVA as the primary recognition for really outstanding international contributions to the field of small animal practice. The award takes the form of BSAVA manuals and a cheque.

Professor Michael E. Herrtage MA BVSc DVSc DVR DVD DSAM DipECVIM DipECVDI FRCVS RCVS and European Specialist in Small Animal Medicine

Mike Herrtage graduated from the Liverpool University and is currently Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of St. Edmund's College, Cambridge. He is Dean of the Cambridge Veterinary School and is in charge of the small animal medicine and diagnostic imaging services at the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital. His clinical responsibilities include all aspects of small animal medicine and diagnostic imaging, but he has a particular interest in endocrine and metabolic disorders.

Mike has been President of the British Veterinary Radiology Association, President of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association, President of the European Society of Veterinary Internal Medicine and President of the European Board of Veterinary Specialization. He is a Diplomate of both the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and was, until recently, President of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. He was awarded the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation Award in 2018, for ‘outstanding contributions to the course of Veterinary Specialisation in Europe’.

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The 2020 Marjory Stephenson Prize is awarded to Professor Julian Parkhill FRS, from the Dept of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.

Professor Parkhill is known for his research on bacterial genomes, which he has worked on since the very earliest days of genomics. Initially analysing reference genomes for many important human and animal pathogens, his group moved on to comparative genomics and subsequently large-scale population genomics, as new technologies developed. Read more of this story on https://www.staff.admin.cam.ac.uk/awards/marjory-stephenson-prize

 

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