Study Veterinary Medicine in the UK with the University of Edinburgh
Not sure which Veterinary Medicine School to choose?
Join Dr. Fraser Murdoch and Garry Tainsh from the University of Edinburgh on Thursday, October 12th from 12 pm ET to learn about what the Edinburgh Vet Med program involves and why studying in the Scottish capital might appeal to you.
Dr. Fraser Murdoch will introduce Veterinary Medicine programs at the University of Edinburgh and answer any questions you might have about studying at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.
Dr Fraser Murdoch is Senior Lecturer in Farm Animal Practice and Deputy Director of Student Recruitment and Admissions at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Fraser graduated from the University of Glasgow Vet School in 2003. After graduation, he returned close to the family farm in the North of Scotland to work in private mixed practice for nearly 5 years, with a year’s sabbatical which included locuming in New Zealand.
In 2008, he commenced a residency in Production Animal Health and Management at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. Although the residency covered all production animals including camelids, Fraser’s focus was primarily sheep and goat work. During his residency Fraser undertook a number of research projects looking into novel pain relief for sheep and treatment of Pink Eye in sheep feedlots. He extended the Pink Eye project and completed a PhD on the subject.
Fraser successfully gained Membership of the Australia and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Sheep Medicine. Prior to joining the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2015, Fraser worked at the University of Glasgow where he was involved in teaching and the provision of clinical services within the farm animal team and anatomic pathology group. Fraser’s main clinical interests lie within the health and management of sheep and goats, beef cattle, and bull fertility testing.
Study in UK has over 17 years of experience in helping international students apply to UK Veterinary Medicine Schools and can provide you with guidance on everything you need to consider before making your final choice. Speak to an SI-UK Consultant to learn more about your university options.
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