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JMICAWE's Heather Bacon & Hayley Walters nominated for PetPlan awards

Great to see Heather & Hayley's hard work recognised - good luck at the Final!

Published: 05 Feb 2016more

Welcome to Amy Miele, new Programme Lecturer & Co-Ordinator, Clinical Animal Behaviour!

Amy graduated from the R(D)SVS, University of Edinburgh in 2006 and spent 5 years working in mixed and small animal general practice across Scotland. She has always had a special interest in animal behaviour and completed a European ...

Published: 04 Feb 2016more

The most experienced bear vet nurse in the world - and she happens to also be one of our IAWEL MSc graduates!

Follow the link below to read about Wendy Leadbeater, an inspiring vet nurse working for Animal Asia out in China. https://www.animalsasia.org/uk/media/news/news-archive/the-most-experienced-bear-vet-nurse-in-the-world.html

Published: 27 Jan 2016more

Promoting animal welfare in China

JMICAWE's very own Associate Dean (International), Professor Natalie Waran, is out in China this week. Yesterday she visited Jilin which is one of the top three vet schools in China and the biggest . They approached us to see if ...

Published: 26 Jan 2016more

Highly endangered Marsican brown bear released into the wild

Highly endangered brown bear released into the wild Last month Morena, a highly endangered Marsican brown bear was released into the wild after months of rehabilitation. Found as an orphan cub in May 2015, Morena required ...

Published: 18 Jan 2016more


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