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Iain Grant

2 Webinars


Dr. Iain Grant qualified from the University of Bristol in 1990 and worked for 4 years in mixed practice in Yorkshire before moving to live in New Zealand where he worked in small animal practice for 7 years. With an active interest in science and broadcast communication, he completed a 1-year Diploma in Natural History Filmmaking in 2002. He then moved to Sydney to take up a position as veterinary business development manager for Nestlé Purina Petcare in their pet nutrition business. Iain moved to the USA in 2004, completing a residency in medical oncology at the Universities of California Davis and Ohio State. In 2008 he was appointed as a clinician teacher at The University of Liverpool where he worked for several years before moving to The University of Glasgow in mid-2013. In 2016 Iain moved to his current position in private speciality practice. Iain is also co-director of Chemopet LLP, a company providing consultancy advice and safely prepared chemotherapy pharmaceuticals for treatment of small animal cancer patients in practice. Iain’s research interests include quality of life considerations in veterinary cancer patients, cancer pain and proteomics in canine lymphoma. Iain is the vice president of the European Society of Veterinary Oncology and holds the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Diploma in small animal medical oncology. He is also a RCVS recognised Specialist in Oncology.    

Iain's previous Webinars


"The Webinar Vet has been very useful for me as a part time vet nurse and full-time mum with two children. It’s great and the webinars are amazing!"

Jo Scott Nurse

Webinars are a really a great idea, especially in my case (mom of young children, so taking a few days to go to seminars is nearly impossible!), and I know I'm not the only one!

Adeline Vinrech Vet, France

"Since having 2 kids, I've found it difficult to find time to get out to courses, so The Webinar Vet has been my lifeline. It has been fantastic"

Rachael Vet, Vet Partners