D. O'Neill

Royal Veterinary College Pathobiology and Population Sciences
After 22 years in small and large animal general practice, Dan gained an MSc in epidemiology in 2009 and a PhD in 2014 at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) for developing the VetCompass™ Programme. Dan is Senior Lecturer in Companion Animal Epidemiology at the RVC where he co-leads the VetCompass™ Programme. He has authored over 95 papers from 2012 to 2021 covering various aspects of breed health and therapeutics in companion animals. He co-authored the 3rd edition of the book ‘Breed Predispositions to Disease in Dogs and Cats’. His new book ‘Health and Welfare of Brachycephalic (Flat-faced) Companion Animals’ was published in August 2021. He chairs the UK Brachycephalic Working Group and is a founding member of the International Collaborative on Extreme Conformation in Dogs. Dan was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2018, the BSAVA Blaine Award for Advancement of Small Animal Science in 2019 and the International Canine health Award from the Kennel Club Charitable Trust in 2021.

Author Of 3 Presentations

Is there more to the brachycephalic head story apart from BOAS? - The evidence

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11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
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Using anonymized clinical records as Big Data to generate companion animal evidence: the VetCompass UK experience

Lecture Time
09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
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Flat-faced lie or truth: brachycephalics are less healthy? The big data answer

Lecture Time
09:47 AM - 10:32 AM
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Presenter Of 3 Presentations

Using anonymized clinical records as Big Data to generate companion animal evidence: the VetCompass UK experience

Lecture Time
09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
Presenter

Flat-faced lie or truth: brachycephalics are less healthy? The big data answer

Lecture Time
09:47 AM - 10:32 AM
Presenter

Is there more to the brachycephalic head story apart from BOAS? - The evidence

Lecture Time
11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
Presenter