The Enigma of IRIS Stage 1 CKD
Thu 28 October 2021 18:00-19:00
Join SSAVS for a discussion with RVC's own, Rosanne Jepson, on the 'Enigma of IRIS Stage 1 CKD.'
FREE for members
£2 for non-members
About our Speaker:
Rosanne is Associate Professor in Small Animal Internal Medicine, recognised RCVS, ACVIM and ECVIM Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine and is currently co-head of the Small Animal Internal Medicine Service. Her particular areas of interest include canine and feline nephrology and urology and systemic hypertension. She is a member of the RVC GFR Service, co-director of the extracorporeal therapies unit and is one of two clinicians offering minimally invasive urological procedures including laser lithotripsy and laser ablation of ectopic ureters at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA). She has an active research profile in feline and canine renal disease and hypertension with an extensive publication record (over 20!) both in peer reviewed journals and as author of numerous text book chapters. As well as lecturing both nationally and internationally, Rosanne is involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate (Royal Veterinary College CertAVP Medicine Module leader and ACVIM/ECVIM residency training) level education. She is also co-chair of the Infection Control Committee at the QMHA.