- Pet Allergy Week 2016 – Harvey MacKay Case Study
- New case study – Tizer the horse
- Case study – LOL the cat
- NEW CASE STUDY – Tripod the cat
- CASE STUDY Taegan the Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Recent Publications/Clinical Papers
- Levels of house dust mite-specific serum immunoglobulin E (IgE) in different cat populations using a monoclonal baed anti-IgE enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
- Serum anti-Staphylococcus pseudintermedius IgE and IgG antibodies in dogs with atopic dermatitis and non atopic dogs
- A prospective study on the clinical features of chronic canine atopic dermatitis
- Patch testing and allergen-specific serum IgE and IgG antibodies in the diagnosis of canine adverse food reactions
- Food allergen-specific serum IgG and IgE before and after elimination diets in allergic dogs IgE and IgG antibodies to food antigens in sera from normal dogs, dogs with atopic dermatitis and dogs with adverse food reactions
- Revised nomenclature for veterinary allergy
- The ACVD task force on canine atopic dermatitis (XXIV): allergen-specific immunotherapy Canine atopic dermatitis – what have we learned?
- Using SPL to control recurrent pyoderma in atopic dogs
- Treatment of canine atopic dermatitis: 2015 updated guidelines from the International Committee on Allergic Diseases of Animals (ICADA)
- Co-sensitization and cross-reactivity between related and unrelated food allergens in dogs – a serological study. Jennifer Bexley, Timothy J. Nuttall, Bruce Hammerberg and Richard E. Halliwell. Veterinary Dermatology, July 2016
Professor Richard HalliwellMA VetMB PhD DECVD MRCVS
Professor Halliwell has had a very distinguished career. He received both his veterinary degree and PhD from the University of Cambridge. He spent five years in small animal practice and the remainder of his career has been spent in academia – at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Florida, and latterly the University of Edinburgh. He served as Dean for six years, and is now a Professor Emeritus.
Richard has served as President of both the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Dermatology, the World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology Association and the RCVS. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers on dermatology and clinical immunology. Richard continues to teach and is currently part-time Professor at St Georges Veterinary School in Grenada, acts as a consultant to a number of veterinary companies and is actively involved in European, American and World Veterinary Dermatology events.
Dr Tim Nuttall BSc BVSc CertVD PhD CBiol MSB MRCVS
Dr Tim Nuttall graduated from the University of Bristol in 1992. After three years in general practice he joined the dermatology service at the University of Edinburgh as a resident and later studied for a PhD on canine atopic dermatitis. He joined the University of Liverpool in 2001 and in 2004 was made Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Dermatology. Tim developed a busy referral dermatology clinic, which now sees over 1000 appointments each year. He also had an active research programme, studying antimicrobial resistance, host-pathogen interactions and the genetics of canine atopic dermatitis. In August 2013 he returned to the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies as Head of Dermatology.
Tim has written over 70 clinical and scientific publications, is a co-author of the second edition of A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat, and has presented over 100 lectures throughout the world. In addition, Tim has served on RCVS, BSAVA, ESVD and DEFRA scientific committees, the International Committee on Atopic Diseases in Animals, is a scientific advisor to the Bella Moss Foundation and has been a co-editor of Veterinary Dermatology. In 2014 he was received the BSAVA Woodrow Award for outstanding contributions to veterinary medicine.
In his spare time Tim enjoys Munro-bagging (238 and counting), cycling and single malt whisky.