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Sian Lazell

London
Sian joined the Animal Pharm team in February 2015 after graduating with a degree in English Literature with Psychology from Bath Spa University.

Sian writes about emerging start-up companies and new research from academia. She is especially interested in the pet health space, as well as the introduction of digital technology for both companion animals and livestock. She also has an interest in increasing Animal Pharm's equine coverage, as she owns horses herself.

In addition to covering animal health news and conducting interviews with worldwide companies, Sian also works on the evolving Animal Pharm Product Approvals Index.
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A group of researchers in Scotland are working to develop an early warning system for cardiomyopathy syndrome (CMS) in salmon. 

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Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health has completed the expansion of its R&D and manufacturing plant in Athens, Georgia.

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