New President For BSAVA
8th April, 2019 19h30
Susan Paterson, RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology, has been appointed President of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) for 2019/2020. She takes over the role from Philip Lhermette at the end of BSAVA Congress 4-7 April 2019. Professor Ian Ramsey becomes Vice President.
Qualifying from Cambridge in 1984 Sue spent some time in mixed practice in Devon before taking her Certificate and then British and European Diplomas in Veterinary Dermatology. She has been an RCVS and European Specialist for more than 20 years. She has recently been elected as a Fellow of the RCVS for meritorious contributions to clinical practice, is an elected member of the RCVS Council and is the Senior Vice President of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology.
Sue is the Veterinary Director of two companies: Veterinary Dermatological Ltd, a manufacturer of a range of veterinary dermatology supplements, and Virtual Vet Derms, a veterinary telemedicine company. She has published seven text books as well as writing numerous peer reviewed articles and contributing chapters to both small animal and equine text books. She lectures extensively in Europe and America.
During her Presidency Sue intends to consolidate everything she believes to be great about the Association. She said: “BSAVA has just completed a three-year strategic plan and my Presidency is going to be all about driving this forward. There are so many new initiatives in the pipeline I can’t wait to get started. I am looking forward to working with my dynamic teams of BSAVA officers and our amazing Woodrow House staff to show just how great BSAVA really is.”
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