Presentation: adventures in animal welfare

Homeless dogs, hammerhead sharks and sea turtles: an adventurous journey toward Winchester’s new Centre for Animal Welfare

This coming Wednesday 1st June 2016 I’ll be describing some of my adventures in animal welfare, starting as a Western Australian veterinary student insisting on learning surgery without killing healthy animals, travelling on to a Caribbean island to teach in one of the world’s remotest veterinary schools, and finally, to Winchester, where I arrived in 2015 to establish Winchester’s new Centre for Animal Welfare. I’ll describe some of the controversial and unusual research projects I’ve been involved in along the way, and will outline the interesting activities we have planned for Winchester’s new Centre.

ITP Theology Group
Wednesday 1st June 2016
6.30pm for a 7 p.m. start
West Downs Campus Room 7
University of Winchester
(1 hr south of London from Waterloo station)

Free event, but please contact me if you’ll be attending, for catering purposes. Thanks!