Anne Carter BSc (Hons) MSc PhD PGCEP FHEA MRSB
I have a real interest in applied research-things that make a difference in the real world. After I completed a PhD in canine behaviour and welfare in 2011, I moved to Nottingham Trent University in 2012 to continue my passion for all things research and all things dog. I have been a canicrosser for about 8 years now and inevitably my research and recreation have begun to overlap. One of my dogs really struggles in the heat, and as a winter sport, I started to question the effects of unseasonably warm weather on dogs competing in canicross.
Emily Hall MA VetMB PGCAP FHEA MRSB MRCVS
I qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 2007 then spent seven years working in small animal first opinion veterinary practice. In 2014 I made the leap into teaching, starting at a further education college in the midlands teaching animal health and welfare. In 2015 I moved to Nottingham Trent University to teach student veterinary nurses.
I am passionate about animal welfare and strongly believe we can do more to prevent many diseases and much suffering. I am currently researching canine heatstroke, particularly exertional heatstroke – heatstroke caused by exercise rather than confinement in a hot space like a car.
I’m not so secretly a crazy cat lady.