Wendy Watson

Wendy Watson


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I am a graduate of the University of Edinburgh MSc. in Equine Science (Distinction) from the inaugural year 2008-2011.  My final year dissertation focused on coat colour and endurance horses in hot (UAE) and temperate (UK) climates; hypothesizing that horses with darker coats would perform less well in warmer climes due to the principles of solar loading and thermoregulation.   I have an honours undergraduate degree in psychology and also have a keen interest in equine behaviour.  I am passionate about animal welfare and am the programme co-ordinator for the MSc. in IAWEL (International Animal Welfare Ethics and Law).

Education/Academic qualification

Equine Science, Master in Science, University of Edinburgh

1 Sept 200826 Nov 2011

Award Date: 26 Nov 2011

Psychology, Bachelor of Social Science, University of Southampton

Award Date: 25 Jul 1985


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