Teaching staff and partners
The core teaching staff for the programme are listed below.
We also have a number of internationally recognised experts in their field contributing to the teaching of many aspects of the programme.
|Dr Fritha Langford BSc, MSC, PhD||
Programme Director, MSc International Animal Welfare, Ethics and Law
SRUC Lecturer and researcher in animal welfare
|Professor Natalie Waran BSc, PhD||
Jeanne Marchig Professor of Animal Welfare Education
Inaugural Director of the Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education
|Heather Bacon BSc, BVSc, CertZooMed, MRCVS||Veterinary Welfare Education and Outreach Manager||view profile|
|Dr Simon Turner, PhD||SRUC Lecturer and Researcher in Animal Science, Welfare and Genetics||view profile|
|Dr Rick D’Eath, BSc PhD||SRUC Animal Welfare Research Scientist and Lecturer||view profile|
|Professor Cathy Dwyer, PhD||Team leader of the Animal Behaviour and Welfare team at SRUC||view profile|
|Dr Marie Haskell, BSc, PhD||SRUC Lecturer and Researcher in Animal Behaviour and Welfare||view profile|
|Dr Susan Jarvis, BSc, PhD||
SRUC Lecturer and Researcher in Animal Behaviour and Welfare.
Programme Director of the on campus taught MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare
|Professor Alistair Lawrence, BSc, PhD||Head of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at SRUC||view profile|
|Professor Malcolm Mitchell, PhD||SRUC Lecturer and Researcher in Animal Behaviour and Welfare||view profile|
|Mike Radford, LLB, OBE||University of Aberdeen. Lecturer/Specialist in Animal Welfare Law||view profile|
|Professor Peter Sandoe, MA, D.Phil||University of Copenhagen. Researcher and Lecturer in ethical issues relating to animals, biotechnology and food production||view profile|
|Stine B. Christiansen, DVM, MSc||University of Copenhagen. Lecturer and Researcher in Animal Ethics||view profile|
|Jo White BSc||Animal Welfare Policy consultant|
The World Society for the Protection of Animals exists to tackle animal cruelty across the globe. We work directly with animals and with the people and organisations that can ensure animals are treated with respect and compassion.
Scotland's Rural College
Scotland's Rural College is an innovative, knowledge-based organisation supporting the development of rural communities and industries.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) rescue individual animals, protect entire populations and preserve precious habitats. They provide effective animal protection solutions delivered with intelligence, compassion and integrity.
Animals Asia is an Asian-focused registered charity with headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Australia, China, Germany, Italy, the UK and USA, as well as Moon Bear Rescue Centres in China and Vietnam.