Jackson, Mark, Dr. (University of Glasgow, UK)
Mark W. Jackson BSc, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, MRCVS
Mark received his DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 87. After 2 years in general practice he returned to the UW where he completed an Internal Medicine residency, a residency in Clinical Nutrition and a PhD in human clinical nutrition. He taught Internal Medicine and Clinical Nutrition at UW, the University of Bristol, England for two years and then joined the faculty at North Carolina State University for 7 years. During that time he pursued his research and clinical interests in the areas of metabolic and endocrine disorders. He spent 5 years working in collaboration with investigators at Duke University developing and refining methods for neonatal intensive care and gene therapy for inherited disorders of metabolism. He then spent two years in the corporate setting as an Internal Medicine specialist before joining the Internal Medicine team at the University of Glasgow as the FAB Hills Lecturer in Feline Health and Welfare in 2006. He is also currently Deputy Associate Dean for Clinics at Glasgow.