Dr Anne Stevenson

Lecturer in Equine and Livestock Health and Science

Position

Lecturer in Equine and Livestock Health and Science

Qualifications

BVMS (Glasgow), PhD (Glasgow), PGDip Equine Science (Edinburgh), FHEA, MRCVS

Contact details

Tel: 01285 652531

Biography

University Responsibilities

  • Member: Academic Board
  • Member: Curriculum Review Working Group
  • Member: BSc Course Validation Panel
  • Link Tutor: Askham Bryan College Veterinary Nursing FdSc & BSc

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Additional Information

  • Officiating Veterinary Surgeon for TREC Scottish Championships
  • RDA Group Trustee

Research

Research Interests

  • Parasitology and parasite control
  • Assessment of equine welfare
  • The use of Digital Technology in learning and teaching

Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

Module leader:

  • Livestock Science
  • Equine Bioveterinary Science 2
  • Equine Health

Contribute teaching to other modules including:

  • Animal Science 1
  • Agricultural and Food Production Science
  • Livestock Husbandry
  • Equine Bioveterinary Science 1
  • Equine Evolutionary Anatomy
  • Global Bloodstock Industry
  • Dissertation Supervision

Publications

  • Emerson, L., Griffin, K. and Stevenson, A. (2016).  Attitudes and practice regarding trimming of equine vibrissae (sensory whiskers) in the UK and Germany.  Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Society for Equitation Science, Saumur, France, June 2016. P 107.
  • Jones, T., Griffin, K., Hall, C. and Stevenson, A. (2016). Effects of ridden exercise on night-time resting behaviour of individually housed horses.  Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Society for Equitation Science, Saumur, France, June 2016. P 57.
  • Murray, J-A.M.D., Bloxham, C., Kulifay, J., Stevenson, A. and Roberts, J. (2015). Equine Nutrition: A survey of perceptions and practices of horse owners undertaking a massive open online course in equine nutrition.  Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 35, pp 510-517.
  • Stevenson, A.G. (1997).  A field trial to assess the efficacy of enrofloxacin as a 25 mg/ml oral solution (BaytrilÒ 2.5% Oral Solution) in the prevention of watery mouth disease in at-risk neonatal lambs. Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress for Sheep Veterinarians, Armidale, February 1997. Pp 294-299.  Indooroopilly, QLD: Australian Sheep Veterinary Society.
  • Stevenson, A.G., Parkins, J.J. & Holmes, P.H. (1990).  Effects of plane of nutrition on pathophysiological and production parameters in sheep infected with Haemonchus contortus. Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA VII), Paris, August 1990.  8 (Supp. 2), P 126.
  • Rowlands, D. ap T. and Stevenson, A.G. (1988).  Production losses associated with nematode infestations in cattle and the benefits of prophylactic control provided by the oxfendazole pulse release bolus. In: Frame, J. (Ed.) Efficient Beef Production from Grass. Occasional Symposium No. 22. Pp 285 – 287. Maidenhead, Berks: British Grassland Society.
  • Harrison, F. A., Hills, F., Holmes, P. H. and Stevenson, A.G.. (1986). The effect of anthelmintic treatment on gastrointestinal loss of plasma proteins in sheep infected with Haemonchus contortus. Journal of Physiology. 371, 209P