Congratulations to Prof Sarah Cleaveland for BSAVA A.J. Wight Memorial Award

Professor Sarah Cleaveland was recently awarded the A.J. Wight Memorial Award, which is presented to recognise outstanding contributions to the welfare of companion animals. Sarah’s nomination was in recognition of the contributions that her work has had in tackling the problem of rabies, particularly in Africa. Mr. A.J. Wight was better known as the author James Herriot, and the award was presented by his son, Mr. James Wight.

The award was sponsored by the Blue Cross, an animal welfare charity.

Further information on the awards can be found on this link:

First published: 29 July 2014