The British Society of Veterinary Pathology was formed in 2006 and is a ‘not for profit’ organisation.

The objectives of the society are to advance veterinary pathology in all its aspects for the benefit of animals and man; to foster training, to advance education in all aspects of veterinary pathology and to foster communication between pathologists working in various fields.

  BSVP Constitution and Articles (37.5 KiB, 729 hits)

Council Members

President: Simon Priestnall

Secretary: Alastair Foote

Treasurer: Norelene Harrington

Education Coordinator: Lucy Oldroyd

Committee: Clare Muir, Chris Palgrave

Scientific Officer for the Annual Meeting 2017: Kate Hughes

National meetings

Each year the society aims to hold a scientific meeting in late spring and a second scientific meeting combining the AGM in Autumn.

The number of hours of educational activity will be recorded on Attendance Certificates – for the purposes of RCPath and RCVS CPD requirements, 1 hour of educational activity is the equivalent to 1 CPD Credit

Visit the Members only area for details of past meetings.

Regional events

Seminars take place at the University of Bristol and at Rossdale Equine Hospital, Newmarket.  There is currently no charge to attend these seminars, and details are available to all members of the BSVP and on the website.

Where appropriate, the number of hours of educational activity will be recorded on Attendance Certificates – for the purposes of RCPath and RCVS CPD requirements, 1 hour of educational activity is the equivalent to 1 CPD Credit

Visit the Members only area for details of past seminars.

Contact Us

British Society of Veterinary Pathology

c/o Dept Pathobiology & Population Sciences
The Royal Veterinary College
North Mymms
Hatfield
Hertfordshire  AL9 7TA
United Kingdom