Liam Wilson

Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology

Background

Liam received his veterinary undergraduate degree (BVM&S) from the University of Edinburgh in 2016, which was followed by three years working in first-opinion small animal practice across England.  He also undertook an MSc in Translation Neuropathology in 2018, at the The Sheffield Institute for Translation Neuroscience (SITRAN), University of Sheffield, alongside continued locum small animal practice. Liam completed his anatomic pathology residency at the University of Edinburgh in 2023, during which time he took an ever increasing role in conservation pathology, particularly focussing on the mortality monitoring of Scotland's red squirrels. This has since become a large part of his working life, including multiple publications, presentations at multiple national and international conferences and invitations to national level conservation strategy meetings.

Qualifications

MSc - Translational Neuropathology - University of Sheffield - 2018

BVM&S - Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery - University of Edinburgh - 2016

Responsibilities & affiliations

Scotland's Red Squirrel Mortality Monitoring Programme

Undergraduate teaching

Liam's undergraduate teaching mainly focuses on final year veterinary science students in their pathology clinical rotation, during which we undertook multiple guided post-mortem examinations, write the associated post-mortem reports and discuss relevant clinical scenarios. Liam also occasionally undertakes teaching on other courses as required including conservation medicine selective rotations and 3rd year veterinary patholoy.

Postgraduate teaching

Liam supervises multiple residents during their training on anatomic pathology, including visiting residents from other disciplines.

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