Madeleine Henry

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  • 10 Inverness Campus, SRUC,

    IV2 5NA Inverness

    United Kingdom

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Personal profile

Research interests

I am interested in the range of factors that drive decision-making within the animal health field, both at individual herd level and in relation to national and international efforts to control animal disease. I am also interested in understanding how best to measure antimicrobial usage on livestock farms in Scotland - and further afield - and how on-farm usage might respond to the need to find a balance between conforming to national guidelines, such as RUMA targets, and the importance of preserving animal health and welfare.

I participate in two European consortium projects focusing on output-based surveillance of non-EU regulated diseases in cattle - STOC free ( and SOUND control ( 

Other work

Before joining SRUC in 2012 I worked for just under five years as a vet in predominantly mixed general practice in Northern Ireland and briefly in Scotland.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Royal Veterinary College University of London

Bachelor, University College Dublin

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Projects 2013 2022

Provision of data analysis service to the pig health scheme

Gunn, G., McCann, C., Humphry, R., Baughan, J., Henry, M., Pearce, M. & Gomes, C.



Project: Research

Research Output 2014 2019

Denominators for national estimates of antimicrobial use may not work for herds

Humphry, RW., Henry, MK., Reeves, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Tongue, SC., Smith, R. & Gunn, GJ., Jul 2019. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Open Access
anti-infective agents
demographic statistics
7 Downloads (Pure)

STOC free: An innovative framework to compare probability of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programmes

van Roon, A. M., Santman-Berends, I. M. G. A., Graham, D., More, S. J., Nielen, M., Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., Fourichon, C., Gethmann, J., Frössling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Sauter-Louis, C., Henry, MK., van Duijn, L. & van Schaik, G., 26 Apr 2019, In : Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 6, 133.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
disease control programs
Bovine viral diarrhea virus
disease control
risk estimate

Syndromic surveillance by veterinary practitioners: a pilot study in the pig sector

Correia-Gomes, C., Henry, MK., Williamson, S., Irvine, R. M., Gunn, GJ., Woolfenden, N., White, M. EC. & Tongue, SC., May 2019, In : Veterinary Record. 184, 18, 556.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

animal health
2 Downloads (Pure)
Open Access
Escherichia coli O157
cross-sectional studies
Cross-Sectional Studies

An innovative surveillance analysis tool for outcome-based comparison of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programmes

Santmann, I., Fourichon, C., Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., More, S., Graham, D., Gethmann, J., Sauter-Louis, C., Frossling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Henry, MK., Nielen, M., van Roon, A., van Duijn, L. & van Schaik, G., Nov 2018, p. 142. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract