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    FeLV and FIV in 2018: clinical approach and management

    • FeLV and FIV in 2018: clinical approach and management - by Julia Beatty



Julia Beatty’s research program in tumour virology, utilizes her skills as a veterinary virologist, clinical specialist, mentor and collaborator to characterize novel oncogenic viruses in companion animals with the aim of improving cancer outcomes for all species. A graduate of the Royal Veterinary College and University College, University of London, Jules holds a PhD in viral immunology from the University of Glasgow and is a RCVS-recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine. Jules initiated the international collaborations that discovered the first gammaherpesvirus (2014) and hepadnavirus (2018) in domestic cats. Current and past leadership positions include the Veterinary Practitioners Board of NSW, International Society of Companion Animal Infectious Diseases (ISCAID) Board, Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences at SSVS, Editorial Board ofJournal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, and she is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.In addition to over 180 research publications and abstracts she has contributed to Ettinger’s Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine and Greenes’ Infectious Diseases. Jules lectures internationally on emerging infectious diseases in companion animals and feline medicine.

Julia Beatty

Professor of Feline Medicine RCVS Recognised Specialist in Feline Medicine 

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