School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
   
   
  

Jacqueline Huxley

Email:

stxjlg@Nottingham.ac.uk

Room:

B32

Biography:

Following graduation from the University of Bristol in 2003, Jacqui spent seven years in mixed practice in Cornwall and Nottingham. During this time she began specialising in Cardiology and gained the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology.  Since 2009, she has worked for the Cardiorespiratory Referral Service at Nantwich Veterinary Hospital.  In January 2011 she began a Cardiology Residency at the University of Nottingham and is studying towards the RCVS Diploma in Cardiology and a Masters in Veterinary Medicine.

Degree Registration:

Masters in Veterinary Medicine

School Research Theme:

Comparative Medicine

Research Topic:

Episodic collapse in dogs
Congestive heart failure in cats

Summary of Research:

Clinical predictors of mortality in dogs with episodic collapse/syncope

Safety and efficacy investigation of spriniolactone in cats with congestive heart failure, secondary to cardiomyopathy

Research Supervisors:

Prof Malcolm Cobb

Primary Funding Source:

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica

Publications:

  • Gilmour, J. L. (2011). A case of intermittent collapse. Companion, March, 10 – 13
  • Runner-up in CEVA European Cardiology Student Award 2011: Case Report – Syncope in a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with chronic valve disease
  • Gilmour, J.L. (2011). Making a diagnosis – a step-by-step approach. Veterinary Practice Spotlight, November, 6-8
  • Gilmour J. (2012) Echocardiography. In: Canine Cardiology. Contributors: Cobb, M., Ristic J., Patteson M., Moneva-Jordan A., Gilmour J., Sargant J., Borgeat K. and Lopez-Alvarez J. In Practice Focus, May, 13-15
  • Gilmour J. (2012) Case example: Collapse of a cavalier King Charles spaniel. In: Canine Cardiology. Contributors: Cobb, M., Ristic J., Patteson M., Moneva-Jordan A., Gilmour J., Sargant J., Borgeat K. and Lopez-Alvarez J. In Practice Focus, May, 16-17
  • Gilmour J. (2012) Case example: Dilated cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure in a doberman. In: Canine Cardiology. Contributors: Cobb, M., Ristic J., Patteson M., Moneva-Jordan A., Gilmour J., Sargant J., Borgeat K. and Lopez-Alvarez J. In Practice Focus, May, 30
  • Gilmour, J.L. (2012). Updates on heart disease in dogs. Veterinary Practice, October, 26
  • James R., Cobb M, Gilmour J. Safety of oral administration of spirinolactone in cats with heart failure: interim results of the SEISICAT Study (abstract submitted to ACVIM 2013)

 

    

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science

University of Nottingham
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Leicestershire, LE12 5RD

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