Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Dr. Valentine practiced for 3 years in mixed (rural Warwickshire, UK) and companion animal practice (London, UK). After this he assisted tackling the Foot and Mouth Disease epidemic in Great Britain as a Temporary Veterinary Inspector (2001-2002). Subsequently he returned to first opinion and emergency companion animal practice (2002-2005) after which he was employed as a veterinary advisor in exotic disease control for the UK Government based in Whitehall, London (2005-2006). Prior to undertaking an internship in Pathology at RUSVM, Dr. Valentine worked in a respected companion animal clinic in Manchester, UK (2006-2014).
Zoonotic arbovirus diseases and the roles of non-human primates in sylvatic cycles
Valentine MJ. Sub-acute presentation of intra-abdominal testicular neoplasia and torsion in a dog. British Society of Veterinary Pathology. Liverpool UK. June 2014
Valentine MJ. Wildlife Reservoirs of dengue and chikungunya. Workshop: Research Collaboration on Dengue and other Arboviruses in the Caribbean. Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. St Kitts. October 2014.