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Research Podcasts – Veterinary Science on the Move

By The Royal Veterinary College

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After a seven-year hiatus, the RVC podcast returns with Dominic Barfield taking the reins and talking to the researchers at all stages in their careers about the work that they are doing at the UK’s oldest veterinary school. Continuing from the back catalogue from Dr Mattias Kleinz (episode 1 to 20) and Dr Mark Cleasby (episode 20-50) Dom with the help of Brian Cox will get you back up to speed with how the Royal Veterinary College, the University of London's veterinary school, is pushing the frontiers in veterinary medicine and basic science. We will provide you with an insight to the current research being undertaken and those dedicated researchers in the pursuit of answering those questions to benefit animal health and welfare, today, tomorrow and beyond. We hope that you enjoy.

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5- stars hands down

This is hands down one of the best things that has ever been put on iTunes. Love this, gives me more inspiration to be a vet everyday.


Old age veterinarian , your podcasts are a very fun way to dust those ageing brain cells of mine . All good fun . Love the rewind button :) . Thank you

Great learning resource

I am currently making my way through all podcasts, and have been very impressed with the content and presentation of information so far. Thank you RVC for a fantastic academic resource.

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