Companion Animal Genetic Health Conference in the UK

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EDINBURGH 2018

A Healthy Companionship: The Genetics of Health in Dogs

Abstract submission has now closed and delegate invites have been sent out for the Edinburgh 2018 conference.

A UK-based scientific conference dedicated to genetic health issues.
Companion Animal Genetic Health

Our inspiration for this conference stems from the growing number of researchers in the UK who are currently investigating the genetics of important health issues in dogs - we thought an opportunity to meet, present and share our research findings in the UK would be welcome.

For the Healthy Companionship conference we will invite abstracts from all interested participants, and will plan a programme that reflects as broad a range of ongoing studies as possible. There will also be the possibility to present posters.

Conference Committee

CATHRYN MELLERSH

Conference Organiser
Head of Canine Genetics at the Animal Health Trust

Current Research Interests
Understanding the genetics of inherited disease in the dog.

JEFF SCHOENEBECK

Conference Organiser
Chancellors Fellow at Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

Current Research Interests
Genetic, genomic, and phenotyping approaches to studying the biological mechanisms that underlie canine morphology and disease.