Veterinary Pathology Specialty Advisory Committee, Livestock Pathology and Disease Surveillance Representative

Why should I apply?

The Royal College of Pathologists is committed to setting and maintaining professional standards and promoting excellence in the teaching and practice of pathology, for the benefit of patients. Those holding office in the College contribute to this important work by providing professional leadership and contributing at a national level to the maintenance and development of pathology services and the quality of patient care.


What does the role entail?

The Veterinary Pathology SAC exists to advise Council on matters concerning veterinary pathology training and practice in the UK. Information about the SAC can be found on the College website here.


What is the commitment?

  • Attendance at two SAC meetings per year
  • Keep the SAC informed of current and emerging issues relating to livestock pathology and disease surveillance 
  • Support wider SAC activities, for example arranging events, providing specialty-specific guidance and responding to consultations as and when required
  • Term of office: three years until the Annual General Meeting in November 2023


How do I apply?

Please complete the nomination form below and submit this to by 5:00pm on Friday 31 July 2020.



Clare Young
020 7451 6729