Gillian Mclellan
BVMS, Dipl ACVO, Dipl ECVO, PhD
Gillian graduated from Glasgow University in 1990 and worked in practice before moving to the University of London, where she completed a PhD and served as a Lecturer in Ophthalmology. She moved to the USA in 2000 and was a faculty member at the University of California-Davis and then Iowa State University before moving to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she currently holds the Tim and Nancy Speaker endowed Chair in Canine Health, as an Associate Professor with tenure in both the Medical and Veterinary Schools. A European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, Gillian has served as the ECVO President and has been an Editorial Board Member for the journal Veterinary Ophthalmology for several years, as well as serving on the board of the Vision for Animals Foundation in the USA. She has mentored 19 veterinary ophthalmology residents and has published over 50 papers, as well as co-authoring the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ophthalmology, the textbook Veterinary Ocular Pathology, and numerous other text book chapters. Outside of work, Gill’s passions include fast music, slow food, “the water of life” and spending time outdoors with her husband and teenage sons.

Lectures

Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Not just a red eye! Clinical signs and diagnosis of glaucoma
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Glaucoma in dogs: treatment, prophylaxis and prevention
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Glaucoma in cats: the "sneak thief of vision”
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Clinical Case and interactive session
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Seeing the unseen: Imaging of the orbit and globe
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Interpreting fundus lesions: make ophthalmoscopy your superpower!
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Advances in ophthalmic imaging from "eyephone" to OCT
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Clinical case and interactive discussion
Gillian Mclellan
BVMS, Dipl ACVO, Dipl ECVO, PhD
Gillian graduated from Glasgow University in 1990 and worked in practice before moving to the University of London, where she completed a PhD and served as a Lecturer in Ophthalmology. She moved to the USA in 2000 and was a faculty member at the University of California-Davis and then Iowa State University before moving to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she currently holds the Tim and Nancy Speaker endowed Chair in Canine Health, as an Associate Professor with tenure in both the Medical and Veterinary Schools. A European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, Gillian has served as the ECVO President and has been an Editorial Board Member for the journal Veterinary Ophthalmology for several years, as well as serving on the board of the Vision for Animals Foundation in the USA. She has mentored 19 veterinary ophthalmology residents and has published over 50 papers, as well as co-authoring the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ophthalmology, the textbook Veterinary Ocular Pathology, and numerous other text book chapters. Outside of work, Gill’s passions include fast music, slow food, “the water of life” and spending time outdoors with her husband and teenage sons.
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Not just a red eye! Clinical signs and diagnosis of glaucoma
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Glaucoma in dogs: treatment, prophylaxis and prevention
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Glaucoma in cats: the "sneak thief of vision”
Wed 26 May
Wed 26 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Clinical Case and interactive session
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Seeing the unseen: Imaging of the orbit and globe
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Interpreting fundus lesions: make ophthalmoscopy your superpower!
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Advances in ophthalmic imaging from "eyephone" to OCT
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Ophthalmology
Clinical case and interactive discussion
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