Professor David Billington

Professor David Billington

Professor David Billington Professor David Billington, recently retired Vice-Chancellor at the University of Buckingham, has previously led drug discovery research teams in both the international pharmaceutical industry (Merck Sharp & Dohme and Servier cie) and...
Dr John Bradshaw

Dr John Bradshaw

Dr John Bradshaw Dr John Bradshaw is a Visiting Fellow and Director of the Anthrozoology Institute at the University of Bristol, where he was formerly Reader in Companion Animal Behaviour and University Research Theme Leader for Animal Welfare & Behaviour. His...
Donna Brander, Baroness of Whittingehame

Donna Brander, Baroness of Whittingehame

Donna Brander, Baroness of Whittingehame Donna Brander, BSc(Hons) is a Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) and past Chair of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). Donna was an Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh Veterinary School (the Dick...
Dr Steve Morant

Dr Steve Morant

Dr Steve Morant Steve Morant has extensive experience of biomedical statistics and has published more than 140 scientific papers. For 10 years Steve was head of the Biometrics Department at GD Searle, where he led a team involved in analysing data from Phase III...
Dr Carol Tang

Dr Carol Tang

Dr Carol Tang MB, BCh, MRCGP, DFFP, DRCOG Dr Tang qualified from University of Wales College of Medicine in 1997 and completed her GP training in 2001. She currently works in South Wales as a GP locum and also as a Breast Cancer Physician with the oncology team at...

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