|09:30||Feline Allergy, Silvia Colombo|
|10:15||Feline viral diseases, Steve Shaw|
|11:00||Coffee and commercial exhibition|
|11:30||Dermatophytosis Zoonotic skin diseases in the cat, Steve Shaw|
|12:15||Parasites Relevant to Feline Skin Disease, Silvia Colombo|
|14:00||Feline Neurology meets Dermatology, Angela Fadda|
Straight from the Cats’ Mouth…Dental Diseases Relevant for Dermatologists, Simone Kirby
|15:15||Coffee and commercial exhibition|
|15:45||Feline Autoimmune Skin Disease, Silvia Colombo|
|16:30||Behavioural aspects of feline skin disease, Nicola Swales|
Dr. Colombo was born in 1966 in Legnano (MI), Italy, and graduated in Veterinary Medicine in 1992 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Milan (Italy). She completed a Research Doctorate in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the Medicine Department of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Milan (Italy) from November 1993 to November 1996 and a Post-Doctorate from October 1998 to October 2000. She completed a Senior Clinical Scholarship in Veterinary Dermatology (residency in Veterinary Dermatology) at the Department of Clinical Veterinary Studies, The University of Edinburgh in September 2003 and worked at the Department of Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol, as a Temporary Clinical Fellow in Veterinary Dermatology from November 2003 to June 2004. Dr. Colombo passed the Diploma Exam of the European College of Veterinary Dermatology (ECVD) in 2004. She has been a Full Member of the ESVD (European Society of Veterinary Dermatology) since 1996. Dr. Colombo is president of SIDEV (Italian Society of Veterinary Dermatology), member of the ECVD Board and Chair of the ECVD Credentials Committee. Currently, Dr. Colombo is seeing referral cases as a private practitioner in various practices in Northern Italy.
Graduated from Berlin University (Freie Universitaet Berlin) and moved to the UK soon after graduation. Her interest in veterinary dentistry early emerged early in her career. This led to becoming a member of the British
Veterinary Dental Association and of the European Veterinary Dental Society. Simone did her residency at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, USA.
She is a Diplomate of the European Veterinary Dental College and RCVS-acknowledged Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry and runs the Dentistry Service at The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre in Marlow, one of the first
referral centres in the UK to integrate a full time dentistry referral service.
Nicola graduated from the University of Bristol in 2015 with a degree in Veterinary Nursing and Bioveterinary Science. Since then she has been working as the sole dermatology nurse at Langford Vets, supporting the dermatology service and student teaching. She is currently working towards a Masters degree in clinical veterinary research at the University of Bristol,
looking at the role of stress as a flare factor for cats with allergic skin disease.
Dr. Angela Fadda, DVM, Dr. Med. Vet., DECVN, PhD, MRCVS
EBVS®European and RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Neurology
Langford Vets – University of Bristol
Angela graduated in Italy at the University of Parma. After dedicating some years working in general practice and in various small animal hospitals in Italy, she moved to Switzerland, where she completed a residency training programme in Neurology at the University of Bern before successfully sitting the examination for the European College of Veterinary Neurologist. She has worked as Senior Training in Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery at the veterinary teaching hospital of the same institution, where she has also carried out a research project focused on infectious disease of the nervous system obtaining a PhD in the field of Neuroscience. Angela has moved in United Kingdom in 2017 and she has worked at the referral hospital
Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists running the neurology and neurosurgery service. She has then joined Langford Veterinary Services, part of the University of Bristol, as a Senior neurologist, having primary responsibility for neurological cases referred to the hospital and supervising residents, interns and students. Angela’s main focuses are infectious diseases of the central nervous system, neuroimaging and neurosurgery.
Steve qualified in 1987 from the Royal Veterinary College. After 4 years in practice he joined the Animal Health Trust where he completed his RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Dermatology and PhD in canine atopic dermatitis. In 2006, Steve left the Animal Health Trust and after a period of further study completed his RCVS Diploma in Veterinary Dermatology achieving RCVS Specialist Status. Steve has been involved in undergraduate and post-graduate education for many years, working for pharmaceutical companies, the University of Nottingham, and the University of Liverpool. Steve is currently co-editor for the journal ‘Veterinary Dermatology’. Most recently he has published work describing atopic dermatitis in large populations considering both behavioural and environmental aspects of the disease as part of the Nottingham ‘itchy-dog’ project. In the past Steve has been President and treasurer of the BVDSG and an RCVS examiner.
Ian Ramsey is Professor of Small Animal Medicine at Glasgow University and is an RCVS and European Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2016. He has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally and has published nearly 100 scientific papers, review articles and book chapters in many aspects of small animal medicine but his main interest is in endocrinology. He was awarded the BSAVA Woodrow Award for contributions to small animal medicine in 2015 and is currently the President of the BSAVA.
Hilary graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh where she later returned to complete a residency in Veterinary Dermatology. Since then she has worked in Academia (the University of Bristol & North Carolina State University) and for the past 15 years has been in private practice at the Dermatology Referral Service in Glasgow. She has specific interests in canine atopic dermatitis and adverse food reaction and is a member of the International Committee for Atopic Diseases in Animals.
Dr Marge Chandler is an independent consultant in small animal nutrition and internal medicine, Clinical Nutritionist for Vets-Now Referrals, Glasgow, and Internal Medicine Specialist for Moorview Referrals in Newcastle. She has a BS from California State University, and an MS (Animal Nutrition) and DVM from Colorado State University (CSU). After several years in mixed practice, she did residencies in small animal medicine and clinical nutrition at CSU and Massey University, NZ. She is a diplomate of ACVIM and ACVN, member of the ANZCVS (SAM), Chair of the FEDIAF Scientific Advisory Committee, a founding member of the European Veterinary Nutrition Educators Group, and Co-Chair of the WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee.
Saturday 12th September 2020
|09:00||Perioral dermatoses – Hilary Jackson|
|09:45||Dentistry meets dermatology – João Filipe Requicha|
|10:30||Break and commercial presentation|
|11:00||Diseases affecting the planum nasale – Hilary Jackson|
|11:45||What goes wrong in the nose-can it affects the outside? – Marge Chandler|
|12:30||Lunch and commercial presentation|
|14:00||An ocular disease of dermatological interest – Heidi Featherstone|
Periocular dermatoses – Hilary Jackson
|15:30||Break and commercial presentation|
|16:00||Internal disease leading to dermatoses, hormonal – Ian Ramseyo|
|16:45||Internal disease leading to dermatoses, nutritional – Marge Chandler|
Sunday 13th September 2020
|09:00||A Neurologists guide to ear disease – Alberta de Stefani-Llabres|
|09:45||Chiari Malformationsyringohydromelia, PSOM, what do dermatologists need to know?
– Alberta de Stefani-Llabres
|10:30||Break and commercial presentation|
|11:00||Dermatological aspects of ear disease – Hilary Jackson|
|11:45||Food allergy, clinical signs and diagnosis – Hilary Jackson|
|12:45||Lunch and commercial presentation|
|14:00||Food allergy from an internists perspective – Marge Chandler|
Microbiome & Probiotics: how do they work, when do we use them? – Marge Chandler