Introducing Ross Bond!
Ross Bond graduated from Glasgow Veterinary School in 1985, spent 5 years in farm and small animal practice, and then joined the Royal Veterinary College in 1990, where he is currently Professor in Veterinary Dermatology and Head of the Dermatology Service. His research work into yeast infections in dogs led to an award of a PhD in 1996. Ross holds RCVS and European College Diplomas in Veterinary Dermatology and is recognised as a specialist in veterinary dermatology by the RCVS. His research interests relate primarily to microbial skin infections in dogs and cats.
Ross is lecturing at our AVSPNI small animal conference at the Armagh City Hotel on the 12th & 13th May 2017. His lecture topics include: Canine atopic dermatitis, Dermatology, Optimising outcomes in canine otits externa, current concepts in systemic and topical therapy of microbial skin disease, New drugs for allergic dogs, Making sense of examples, What is your diagnosis, Parasitic skin disease: new strategies for old diseases and Dermatology sample collection and preparation.
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