Each year, the BSAVA receives several hundred submissions of clinical abstracts and many become part of the congress programme. Sarah was one of six winners selected from 120 offerings at the 2015 congress to receive a Clinical Abstract and Poster Award and a £300 prize.
Sarah Spencer's poster presentation entitled "Feline meningoencephalomyelitis of unknown aetiology (FMUA): a retrospective analysis of 14 cases" can be viewed by clicking here: Sarah Spencer poster BSAVA 2015
According to the association, the clinical abstract presentations are a valued part of BSAVA Congress - which takes place in Birmingham each April - that inspire delegates by illustrating new studies and the latest research. They also offer a unique opportunity for the presenter to engage with the veterinary profession.
While Sarah enjoys all aspects of medicine, she has a particular interest in feline cases and works within our Feline Centre. For more information, please visit: www.langfordvets.co.uk/small-animal-hospital/services/feline-centre