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Trematodes

Trematodes

Trematodes

Professor Neil Sargison
Professor Neil Sargison
on behalf of Sheep Veterinary Society

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Launch date: 26 May 2015

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Last updated: 03 Nov 2017

Reference: 153514

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Description

Trematode parasites are well recognised worldwide as causes of production loss
in ruminant livestock. Trematode parasites have complex indirect life cycles with a
migratory phase in their final herbivore hosts. This webinar will describe the biology
of important trematode parasites affecting UK sheep and the diseases that they
cause. The diagnostic challenges will be raised and sustainable control programmes
will be discussed.

Objectives

Objectives
Understand the biology of important trematode parasites affecting UK sheep and the diseases that they
cause. Also understand the diagnostic challenges and sustainable control programmes.
Professor Neil Sargison

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Professor Neil Sargison
on behalf of Sheep Veterinary Society

Neil Sargison grew up working with dairy cattle and has worked as a farm animal
veterinary practitioner in Scotland and New Zealand since graduating from the
Cambridge University Veterinary School in 1984. He has been employed by the
Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies for 15 years, mostly working in the first
opinion Farm Animal Practice. He has interests in sheep and beef cattle health and
production and has published widely in these areas. He has written a textbook,
which outlines a practical and rational approach to the diagnosis and management
of sheep diseases. His principal research focus is ruminant parasitology. He was
awarded a PhD in 2009 by the University of Edinburgh for studies of anthelmintic
resistance in sheep nematode parasites that were conducted mostly at the Moredun
Research Institute

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Mr Javier Israel Soliz Campos (15 Feb 2017)
I found a complete course, simple and clear. Thank you for making that material and sharing it.

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