A medicine medley: Advances in GI disease including faecal microbiata transplantation, liver disease testing and the use of anti-thrombotics

Held on 25th October 2019 at the University of Warwick - Speakers' notes now available in the SAMSoc members' section

Speakers & programme

  • 08:00

    Registration & refreshments

  • 08:30

    Welcome address

  • 08.35

    Prof Richard Mellanby, University of Edinburgh

    Liver disease and miR22 testing

  • 09.25

    Prof Dan Chan, RVC

    Anti-thrombotics and consensus guidelines – Part1

  • 10:15


  • 10:45

    Prof Dan Chan, RVC

    Anti-thrombotics and consensus guidelines – Part 2

  • 11:30

    Dr Sarah Caddy, University of Cambridge

    Viruses in canine gastroenteritis and research in GI disease

  • 12:15

    Poster presentations

  • 13:00

    Poster displays & research workshops

    Lunch break

  • 14:15

    Sponsors message

  • 14:20

    Dr Linda Matthewman, RVC

    Development of the microbiota of dogs and cats and the efficacy of probiotics

  • 15:10

    Dr Silke Salavati, University of Edinburgh

    Beyond probiotics and first experiences with Faecal Microbiota Transplantation

  • 16:00


  • 16:30

    Poster presentation results

  • 16:40

    Prof Hawkey, FMT Biobank, University of Birmingham

    The human perspective on FMT

  • 17:30

    Closing remarks

Poster competition results and abstracts

Vet Times summary of the meeting

The SAMSoc Board would like to thank Hill's Pet Nutrition and Protexin for sponsoring this event.

A full report of the SAMSoc 2019 Autumn meeting is available in the members' area of this website.

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