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AVSPNI Omagh Day & AGM Part One

02:20:00

Jan 6, 2021 07:06 PM

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Speakers

Maria Caluwaerts & John Henderson
Maria Caluwaerts Marie graduated in 2018 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medecine in Ghent, Belgium. Marie worked in a first line large animal practice in Belgium for 1 year and than came over to Lisburn, NI where she has worked since. Maria has a passion for surgery on ruminants and looks forward to chatting about it.  .................................................................................. John Henderson Qualified in 1994, worked in Mixed Practice since graduation both as Assistant and Practice Partner with 2 year stint in Scottish Agricultural College Veterinary Investigation Centre 2000 – 2002. Now work as a Locum and as a Farm Animal technical advisor for Veterinary Pharmaceutical company based in Dublin.
Cormac Burns
Cormac is from Warrenpoint, County Down and has been working in Tullyraine Equine Clinic since January 2020. Having previously completed a BSc in Cardiac Physiology in Belfast and working for a short spell in Cardiac investigations in humans. Cormac returned to university at University College Dublin to complete an MVB in Veterinary Medicine in June 2018. Since graduation, he has completed an internship in Troytown Equine Hospital, Kildare. While there gaining valuable experience and a wide range of skills including completion of the Hallmarq Standing Equine MRI course. Before moving a step closer to home and commencing work at Tullyraine Equine Clinic. Cormac's interests are varied where the mixed variety of equine ambulatory and clinic base has been suiting well. Outside of work Cormac enjoys sports including showjumping, racing, gaelic football, rugby and snowboarding when he gets the chance.
Sarah Riley
Sarah qualified from Cambridge in 1986 with a distinction in surgery, and spent the next few years in large animal and equine practice before studying for the CertVR and developing her small animal interests. She always enjoyed photography, and radiology and ultrasound imaging followed on naturally as areas of clinical practice that gave her a buzz. For the last 18 years she worked at Cedar Grove in small animal practice with a particular interest in imaging, and in 2019 set up her own mobile imaging service with a top of the range ultrasound machine. She loves using imaging to help solve a tricky case.