Dr Valentina Busin
- Veterinary Clinician in Disease Investigation (Veterinary Pathology, Public Health & Disease Investigation)
Valentina graduated from the University of Turin, Italy, in 2007 and worked in mixed and farm animal practices for 3 years, before undertaking a farm animal residency and obtaining the Diploma for the European College of Small Ruminant Health Management in 2014. She is a European and RCVS-recognised specialist in small ruminant medicine. She is a University Clinician in Disease Investigation at the University of Glasgow, working as a farm animal clinician and managing the farm animal post mortem service in collaboration with Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC Ayr). Valentina has lectured nationally and internationally and authored multiple scientific papers. Her interests focus on small ruminant medicine and production, farm animal disease diagnostics (with a specific interest for on-farm investigations and point-of-care testing) and gross pathology for surveillance purposes.
We are currently looking for a motivated, ehtusiast PhD student who is interested in sheep parasite control (roundworms and liver fluke), to address the issue of increased resistance to anthelmintics in flocks.
For more information on the PhD project please visit:
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