Introducing David Singleton - SAVSNET's new PhD student
David joined SAVSNET having recently qualified as a vet from the University of Liverpool this summer. He has always had an interest in research and took the option to intercalate, completing an MSc project working with SAVSNET on canine lungworm epidemiology. David's PhD is jointly funded by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate, University of Liverpool and SAVSNET and his research will be focused on national surveillance of antimicrobial prescription and resistance in small animals. He will utilise data from both the laoboratories and veterinary practices participating in SAVSNET. We are excited about David's research as antimicrobial use is very topical for both animals and humans.