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After qualifying as a veterinary surgeon from Liverpool University I spent 3 years in mixed practice in Northern Ireland and West Wales. I then returned to academia and studied for a Masters in Livestock Science at Aberystwyth University.
My PhD project is centred around improving disease detection in pre-weaned artificially reared calves. To do this I am exploring the interactions between intrinsic calf factors and behaviour as well as behaviour and disease. I am also looking at possible novel diagnostics in calves with emphasis on things that have the potential to be integrated into existing technologies.
Bachelor, School of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool
Sep 2011 → Jul 2016
Award Date: 14 Jul 2016
Master, Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences
Sep 2019 → Sep 2020
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14/09/20 → 31/08/24
Project: PhD project
Riley, BR., Duthie, C-A., Corbishley, A., Bowen, J. M., Mason, CS., Bell, DJ. & Haskell, MJ., Apr 2022, Animal - science proceedings. 1 ed. Elsevier, Vol. 13. p. 66-67
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Riley, BR., Haskell, MJ., Bowen, J. M., Mason, CS., Bell, DJ., Corbishley, A. & Duthie, C-A., 14 Oct 2021, Cattle practice : The Journal of the British Cattle Veterinary Association. 1 ed. Vol. 29. p. 95 1 p.
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