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The Veterinary Research Club marks its 400th meeting


In 1924, seven veterinary surgeons attending a private dinner party at the Trocodero Restaurant, Piccadilly, London, discussed the idea of forming a ‘veterinary research club’ for members of the profession ‘engaged wholly in research in connection with animal diseases’. Eighty-three years and 400 meetings later, the Veterinary Research Club continues to thrive, and remains true to its non-political origins, as two current members, Chris Schermbrucker and Noel Mowat, explain.

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