• Easter Bush, Roslin Institute Building

    EH25 9RG Midlothian

    United Kingdom

1994 …2021

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Research interests

Molecular neurobiology of nociception and pain in farm species

The effects of early life stress and pain on long-term pain processing pathways in farm species

Pathogenesis of muscle disease in poultry and other avian species

The effects of genetic selection on genotype disease resistance/susceptibility in farm species

Teaching

BSc Degree in Applied Animal Science (University of Glasgow)

  • Y1 Animal Health
  • Y1 Comparative Physiology
  • Y2 Animal Physiology Systems
  • Y3 Pharmacology in Animal Health
  • Y4 Animal Disease and Diagnostics (ML)
  • Y4 Mammalian Growth, Development and Reproduction (IV Moderator)

BSc (Hons) Degree in Veterinary Nursing (University of Glasgow)

  • Y4 Physiology and Psychology of Welfare (ML)

MSc Degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare (University of Edinburgh)

  • Dissertation Project Examiner

MSc Degree in International Animal Welfare and International Law (University of Edinburgh)

  • Dissertation Project Examiner

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 31 May 1998

Keywords

  • RB Pathology
  • Animal health
  • Animal welfare
  • Neurobiology
  • Molecular biology
  • Pain
  • Stress
  • Animal production
  • Nociception

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