J. Ladlow

Jane, has nearly 20 years’ experience as a European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery specialist clinician, researcher, teacher and lecturer. Her main focus for the last 10 years has been upper airway disease in dogs. As the clinical lead of the Cambridge Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) Research Group, she has been instrumental in the introduction of objective, non-invasive assessment of airway function, identifying risk factors for BOAS, clinical diagnosis, breeding guidelines and the development of new surgical techniques (laser turbinectomy and laryngeal surgeries). She has extensive experience of general surgery, and particularly enjoys oncology surgery, with an emphasis on treatments that are kind to owners and animals. Jane was the 2019 recipient of the BSAVA Simon Award for outstanding contributions in the field of veterinary surgery.

Author Of 4 Presentations

Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome: Surgical approach

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01:32 PM - 02:17 PM
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Lumps in tricky places

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11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
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GI foreign bodies

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12:02 PM - 12:47 PM
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State-Of-The-Art: Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome: Patho-physiology and recognition

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09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
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Presenter Of 4 Presentations

Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome: Surgical approach

Lecture Time
01:32 PM - 02:17 PM
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Lumps in tricky places

Lecture Time
11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
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GI foreign bodies

Lecture Time
12:02 PM - 12:47 PM
Presenter

State-Of-The-Art: Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome: Patho-physiology and recognition

Lecture Time
09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
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