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Although not currently riding on a regular basis due to recently starting a family, Dr Thunes is still active within her horse community working with local pony clubs and she hopes to get back in the saddle soon. Thunes is a not only an experienced nutritionist, but also an accomplished scientist. She has an extensive background in horsemanship with longstanding interest in nutrition, which she built upon by achieving a PhD in Nutritional Biology. The PhD training program in nutrition at UC Davis is intensive and includes at least 2 years of graduate level coursework in addition to research and other scholarly activity.
Critical thinking skills are emphasized during this training, and are a crucial tool for assessment and application of all aspects of both theoretical and applied nutritional sciences. Thunes studied under the mentorship of R. Baldwin, a National Academy of Sciences member and luminary in the field of systems analysis and modeling in support of nutritional and animal science research. Baldwin and other accomplished and respected animal nutritionists at UC Davis shaped Dr.
The PhD program also offers the opportunity to hone teaching skills, and Dr. Thunes has expanded on this foundation to become an accomplished and effective instructor.
Due to her expertise in equine nutrition she was recruited to instruct first-year veterinary students at UC Davis. Her participation in the Feeds and Feeding Laboratory sessions as well as the Equine Nutrition lecture were invaluable and provided essential information not available elsewhere in the curriculum. Nutrition is critically important to achieve and maintain optimal health and ensure optimal performance. Thunes is uniquely trained in the nutritional management of both healthy animals and those with one or more diseases.
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The Minimum Academic Entry Requirements represent the minimum grades that the University will accept for entry to the degree programme. Combinations of individual Pre-U subjects and A-level subjects are acceptable if three subjects are offered overall at grades D3 or A. Applications to Medicine will be considered from graduates provided they have a minimum of 2. Graduates with a minimum of 2. We welcome applications from UK BDS Graduates who have obtained their degree within seven years from the proposed date of entry.
Graduates must also be eligible to register with the GDC. Applications must include a transcript and two references. Dentistry graduate candidates will be considered for entry into Year 3 only. Applications will be competitively considered. We welcome applications from graduates of BVMS degrees. The degree must be completed within seven years from the proposed date of the entry and all other entry requirements apply: Veterinary graduate candidates will be considered for entry into Year 1 only.
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Although specific work experience in a hospital or general practice is not essential, it is important for all applicants to find out about the realities of a career in medicine. Meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee an interview.
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Following your final examinations, there is a nine-week period of study in preparation for work experience in which you will shadow a Foundation Year 1 doctor. Almost all of our graduates start their careers as doctors with the NHS in hospitals around Scotland, although some travel further afield to various parts of England and Northern Ireland.
Holding a PMQ entitles you to provisional registration with the General Medical Council, subject only to its acceptance that there are no Fitness to Practise concerns that need consideration. Provisionally registered doctors can only practise in approved Foundation Year 1 posts: When applying you will need to know the UCAS code for the subject or subject-combination that you wish to apply to:.
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Visit our beautiful campus and find out more about your future at Glasgow. Medicine at Glasgow since The University of Glasgow Medical School is one of the largest in the UK and has a unique brand that reflects the exposure of medical undergraduates to leading researchers and teachers in clinical and basic science. International links We have a global outlook, with links to Medical Schools abroad. Programme structure Our innovative and forward-thinking curriculum is delivered through a range of teaching styles which include small-group teaching, problem-based learning, lectures, Vocational and Clinical Studies, labs and e-learning.
Phase 1 Phase 1 occupies the first half of year 1. Phase 2 Phase 2 occupies the second part of year 1 and the whole of year 2. Phase 4 Phase 4 occupies the second half of year 3, all of year 4 and the first half of year 5. Preparation for Practice Preparation for Practice follows the final examinations and involves shadowing foundation-year doctors in hospital, usually attached to the hospital units in which you will work.
Student-selected components You will be able to choose a variety of student-selected components SSCs that allow you to personalise your learning experience.