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Keith Barnett's Curriculum Vitae

Name: Keith Chartres BARNETT OBE

Date of birth: 19 April 1929 in Brighouse, Yorkshire, England

Degrees & Diplomas:

MRCVS June 1956, Royal Veterinary College, University of London

BSc (Vet Sc) November 1956, University of London

PhD 1963, Faculty of Medicine, University of London

MA 1967, University of Cambridge

FRCVS 1976, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London

DVOphthal 1983, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London

Diplomate, European College of Veterinary Ophthalmology (ECVO) 1993

Diplomate, Japanese Association of Veterinary Ophthalmology 1995

Diplomate (Honorary), American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO), 2008


Awards:

Fellowship and Gold Medal of the Royal Veterinary College Medical Association, 1956

Clement Stephenson Scholarship, November 1960 - November 1963

Leverhulme Fellowship, November 1963 - November 1964

Senior Wellcome Fellow of the Animal Health Trust, September 1964 - December 1966

The Francis Hogg Prize, 1968 - awarded by the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons "to the person who has done the most serviceable work towards the advancement of small animal practice".

The Simon Award, 1971 - presented annually by the British Small Animal Veterinary Association "for outstanding contributions in the field of veterinary surgery".

The George Fleming Prize, 1971 - selected by the adjudicators of the British Veterinary Journal "for the prize-winning article for the year".

Awarded silver medal by the International Sheepdog Society for work associated with the eradication of progressive retinal atrophy from the Border Collie, September, 1973.

The Bourgelat Award 1976 - the primary international recognition of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association "for really outstanding contributions to the field of small animal practice".

Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, 1976 - "for meritorious contributions to learning in the field of veterinary ophthalmology".

The Tersing Trophy, 1981 - awarded by the Tibetan Terrier Association.

The Wilkinson Sword Trophy, 1981 - awarded by the International Sheepdog Society for "outstanding contributions to the Society, Sheepdogs, and Sheepdog Trials".

Foundation Diplomate in Veterinary Ophthalmology, 1983 - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

The Blaine Award - BSAVA April 1996 - presented annually by Pedigree Petfoods "for outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal veterinary medicine or surgery".

The John Henry Steel Memorial Medal, 1998 - awarded by the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons “as a reward for scientific or literary work of merit connected with the profession”.


Previous Appointments:

General Veterinary Practice, June 1956 - October 1957.

House Surgeon (Assistant Lecturer, Department of Surgery), Beaumont Animal Hospital, Royal Veterinary College, November 1957 - 1960.

Attached worker, Department of Veterinary Clinical Studies, University of Cambridge, January 1963 - December 1966.

Assistant Director of Research, Department of Veterinary Clinical Studies, University of Cambridge, January 1966 - December 1974.

Head, Comparative Ophthalmology Unit, Animal Health Trust from January 1975.

Head, Centre for Small Animal Studies, Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kennett, Newmarket, Suffolk until 31 December 1996.

Consultant, Centre for Small Animal Studies, Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kennett, Newmarket, Suffolk.

Other Appointments:

Honorary Research Assistantship, Institute of Ophthalmology, University of London, January 1964 to 2009.

Honorary Veterinary Surgeon to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, January 1964 to 2009.

Honorary Veterinary Surgeon to the International Sheepdog Society, January 1964 to 2009.

Attending Ophthalmologist at the Animal Medical Centre, New York.

Consultant Ophthalmologist to the Centre Hospitalier Animal de I'lle de France, Creteil.

Member of Council, Section of Comparative Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1969 - 1972.

Member of the panel of referees, and one-time Chief Referee, appointed by the joint British Veterinary Association/Kennel Club/International Sheep Dog Society scheme for the control of hereditary eye abnormalities, January 1969 to 2009.

Examiner in Section II of the Second Veterinary Examination, University of Cambridge, 1971 - 1973.

Member of the General Council of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, elected in 1974, and Chairman of the Hodgman Committee.

Member of the Consultant Editorial Board, Journal of Small Animal Practice.

Scrutineer, The Veterinary Record.

Member of the Editorial Board, Equine Veterinary Journal.

Member of the Medical Research Council Working Party on Retinitis Pigmentosa.

Scientific Adviser to the British Retinitis Pigmentosa Society.

Member of the Abnormalities Sub-Committee of the Kennel Club and the Kennel Club/BVA Standing Committee.

Referee on the Stallion Licensing Panel, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food.

Member of the Committee on Dental & Surgical Materials (Department of Health and Social Security).

Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Ophthalmology Board, and Examiner 1983-87.

Member of the Executive Committee, International Society Veterinary Ophthalmology, and President 1984-86.

Visiting Professor, Department of Veterinary Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland, Australia October 1978.

Senior Member of Churchill College, Cambridge.

Associate Lecturer, Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.

Visiting Professor, Department of Clinical Studies, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Canada. September - November 1989 and February 1990.




LIST OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
K C BARNETT


1. WA WATSON, KC BARNETT AND S TERLECKI
Progressive retinal degeneration (bright blindness) in sheep: a review.
1972, Veterinary Record, 91, 665-670

2. KC BARNETT and AL OGDEN
Ocular colobomata in Charolais cattle.
1972, Veterinary Record, 91, 592

3. KC BARNETT
Types of cataract in the dog.
1972, Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 8, 2-9

4. WLG ASHTON, M PATTISON and KC BARNETT
Light-induced eye abnormalities in turkeys and the turkey blindness syndrome.
1973, Research in Veterinary Science, 14, 42-46.

5. KC BARNETT and TD GRIMES
Unilateral persistence and hyperplasia of the primary vitreous in the dog.
1973, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 14, 561-565

6. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
The ocular lesions of infectious canine hepatitis. 1. Clinical features.
1973, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 14, 375-389.

7. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Ocular lesions of infectious canine hepatitis. 2. Field incidence.
1973, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 14, 737-748.

8. J MASON, KC BARNETT, WF BLAKEMORE and ETR EVANS
Some biochemical observations on a primary retinal degeneration in sheep.
1973, Experimental Eye Research, 15, 51-60

9. AC PALMER, W MALINOWSKI and KC BARNETT
Clinical signs including papilloedema associated with brain tumours in 21 dogs.
1974, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 15, 359-386

10. C YOUNG, MFW FESTING and KC BARNETT
Buphthalmos (congenital glaucoma) in the rat.
1974, Laboratory Animals, 8, 21-31

11. E KOCK, KC BARNETT and GR BJORCK
Retinal dysplasia in the Labrador retriever: a clinical investigation
In: Retinal dysplasia: a comparative study in human beings and dogs. Ed. Kock, E., Stockholm, 1974, 28-36

12. E KOCK and KC BARNETT
Retinal dysplasia in the Labrador retriever: a morphological study
In: Retinal dysplasia: a comparative study in human beings and dogs. Ed. Kock, E., Stockholm, 1974, 28-36

13. KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophies
1975, Veterinary Record, 97, 159-160

14. KC BARNETT
The eye of the newborn foal
1975, Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, Suppl 23, 701-703

15. PRB NOEL, KC BARNETT, RE DAVIES, DW JOLLY, JS LEAHY, LE MAWDESLEY-THOMAS, KWG SHILAM, PF SQUIRES, AE STREET, WC TUCKER, and AN WORDEN
The toxicity of dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO) for the dog, pig, rat and rabbit.
1975, Toxicology, 3, 143-169

16. KC BARNETT
Comparative aspects of canine hereditary eye disease
1976, Advances in Veterinary Science and Comparative Medicine, 20, 39-67

17. KC BARNETT and AP LAURSEN-JONES
Effect of continuous ultraviolet irradiation on broiler chickens.
1976, British Poultry Science, 17, 175-177

18. N ASHTON, KC BARNETT, CE CLAY and FG CLEGG
Congenital nuclear cataracts in cattle
1977, Veterinary Record, 100, 505- 508

19. JA MURRAY, WF BLAKEMORE and KC BARNETT
Ocular lesions in cats with GM1-gangliosidosis with visceral involvement
1977, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 18, 1-10

20. KC BARNETT
Animal models (excluding laboratory animals) for retinitis pigmentosa
1977, Paper presented to M.R.C. working party on retinitis pigmentosa, pp6

21. KC BARNETT
Central progressive retinal atrophy in the Labrador Retriever
1977, Veterinary Annual, 17, 142-144

22. KC BARNETT and WGL NIJEHOLT
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca - diagnosis and treatment
1977, Proceedings of 6th World Small Animal Veterinary Association, 116-117

23. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Blue-eye in a Scottish terrier puppy.
1977, Veterinary Record, 101, 41

24. KC BARNETT and R CURTIS
Lens luxation and progressive retinal atrophy in the Tibetan terrier
1978, Veterinary Record, 103, 160

25. KC BARNETT
Diseases of the nictitating membrane of the dog
1978, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 18, 101-108

26. KC BARNETT
Hereditary cataract in the dog
1978, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 19, 109-120

27. SM CRISPIN and KC BARNETT
Ocular candidiasis in ornamental ducks
1978, Avian Pathology, 7, 49-59

28. SM CRISPIN and KC BARNETT
Arcus lipoides corneae secondary to hypothyroidism in the Alsatian
1978, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 19, 127-142

29. M FALCO and KC BARNETT
The inheritance of ocular colobomata in Charolais cattle
1978, Veterinary Record, 102, 102- 104

30. KC BARNETT
Imperforate and micro-lachrymal puncta in the dog
1979, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 20, 481-490

31. KC BARNETT
Collie eye anomaly (CEA)
1979, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 20, 537-542

32. KC BARNETT and R CURTIS
Diseases of the canine lens
1979, Proc Voorjaarsdagen, 79-82

33. KC BARNETT and FC STADES
Collie eye anomaly in the Shetland sheepdog in The Netherlands
1979, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 20, 321-329

34. KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophy in numerically small breeds
1979, Proc Voorjaarsdagen 1979, 37-38

35. IH BURGER and KC BARNETT
Essentiality of taurine for the cat
1979, Proc Kal Kan Symp, Columbus, Ohio, 64- 69

36. MB WILLIS, R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and WM TEMPEST
Genetic aspects of lens luxation in the Tibetan terrier
1979, Veterinary Record, 104, 409-412

37. KC BARNETT and IH BURGER
Taurine deficiency retinopathy in the cat
1980, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 21, 521-534

38. KC BARNETT
Hereditary cataract in the Welsh springer spaniel
1980, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 21, 621-625

39. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Primary lens luxation in the dog
1980, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 21, 657-668

40. KC BARNETT
Ocular colobomata in the snow leopard
1981, Dodo, J Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, 18, 83-85

41. KC BARNETT
Diabetic retinopathy in the dog
1981, British Journal of Ophthalmology, 65, 312-314

42. KC BARNETT
Retinal disease in the dog and cat
1981, Proc 5th Kal Kan Symp, 39-42

43. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Canine adenovirus- induced ocular lesions in the Afghan hound
1981, The Cornell Veterinarian, 71(1), 85-95

44. AG GREENWOOD and KC BARNETT
The investigation of visual defects in raptors
1981, Recent advances in the study of raptor diseases. Eds. J.E. Cooper and A.G Greenwood. Chiron Pub Ltd, Keighley, West Yorkshire, 131-135

45. FC STADES and KC BARNETT
Collie Eye Anomaly in Collies in the Netherlands
1981, Veterinary Quarterly, 3(2), 66-73

46. AHT
Hereditary eye abnormalites in the dog: a guide for owner and breeder
1982, Publication. 32pp

47. KC BARNETT
Differential diagnosis: glaucoma or iritis
1982, Veterinary Annual, 22, 327-330

48. KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophy in the Abyssinian cat
1982, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 23, 763-766

49. KC BARNETT
Lens opacities in the dog as models for human eye disease
1982, Trans Ophthal Soc UK, 102(3), 346-349

50. KC BARNETT
Retinal diseases in domestic animals
In: Problems of normal and genetically abnormal retinas. Eds. Clayton, R.M., Haywood, J., Reading, H.W. and Wright, A. London, Academic Press, 1982, 277-286

51. IH BURGER and KC BARNETT
The taurine requirement of the adult cat
1982, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 23, 533-537

52. KC BARNETT
The differential diagnosis of corneal opacity in the dog
1983, Veterinary Annual, 23, 198-207

53. KC BARNETT, R CURTIS and NJ MILLICHAMP
The differential diagnosis of retinal degeneration in the dog and cat
1983, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 24, 663-673

54. SM CRISPIN and KC BARNETT
Dystrophy, degeneration and infiltration of the canine cornea
1983, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 24, 63-83

55. R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and FG STARTUP
Primary lens luxation in the miniature bull terrier
1983, Veterinary Record, 112, 328-329

56. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
The 'blue eye' phenomenon
1983, Veterinary Record, 112, 347-353

57. R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and SJ LEWIS
Clinical and pathological observations concerning the aetiology of primary lens luxation in the dog
1983, Veterinary Record, 112, 238-246

58. LN OWEN and KC BARNETT
Treatment of equine squamous cell carcinoma of the conjunctiva using a strontium 90 applicator
1983, Equine Veterinary Journal, Suppl 2, 125-126

59. KC BARNETT
Observations on the feline dilated pupil syndrome
1984, Veterinary Record, 114, 351

60. KC BARNETT
A wet eye
1984, Veterinary Annual, 24, 329-338

61. KC BARNETT and R CURTIS
Retinal degenerations in the dog and cat as models for retinitis pigmentosa
1984, Trans Ophthal Soc UK, 103, 448-452

62. KC BARNETT
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons' programme of specialisation in ophthalmology
1984, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 25, 391-397

63. R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and A LEON
Persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous in the Staffordshire bull terrier
1984, Veterinary Record, 115, 385

64. R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and M STOCKMAN
Entropion in shar peis
1984, Veterinary Record, 115, 634

65. KC BARNETT and R CURTIS
Autosomal dominant progressive retinal atrophy in Abyssinian cats
1985, Journal Heredics, 76, 168-170

66. KC BARNETT and STARTUP F.G.
Hereditary cataract in the standard poodle
1985, Veterinary Record, 117, 15-16

67. KC BARNETT and J SANSOM
Dry eye in the dog and its treatment
1985, Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK, 104, 462-466

68. KC BARNETT
The diagnosis and differential diagnosis of cataract in the dog
1985, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 26, 305-316

69. KC BARNETT, GB LESLIE and TF WALKER
Discolouration of the optic disc in baboons during treatment with Prizidilol (SK&F 92657), a novel antihypertensive agent
1985, Human Toxicology, 4, 417-424

70. KC BARNETT
The red eye
1985, Veterinary Annual, 25, 376-382

71. KC BARNETT
Hereditary cataract in the Miniature Schnauzer
1985, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 26, 635-644

72. R CURTIS, NJ MILLICHAMP and KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophy in the Tibetan terrier
1985, Trans American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology, 208-215

73. ME HERRTAGE, KC BARNETT and DF MACDOUGALL
Diabetic retinopathy in a cat with megestrol acetate-induced diabetes
1985, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 26, 595-601

74. J SANSOM and KC BARNETT
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca in the dog: a review of two hundred cases
1985, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 26, 121-131

75. J SANSOM, KC BARNETT and RD LONG
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca in the dog associated with the administration of salicylazosulphapyridine (sulphasalazine)
1985, Veterinary Record, 116, 391-393

76. KC BARNETT
Hereditary cataract in the German Shepherd dog
1986, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 27, 387-395

77. SJ FOSTER, R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Primary lens luxation in the Border collie
1986, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 27, 1-6

78. A LEON, R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Hereditary persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous in the Staffordshire bull terrier
1986, Journal American Animal Hospital Association, 22, 765-774

79. KC BARNETT
Sex and sicca
1987, Trans 17th American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology & Scientific Program International Society Veterinary Ophthalmology, New Orleans, p11-17

80. KC BARNETT
Equine periodic ophthalmia: a continuing aetiological riddle
1987, Equine Veterinary Journal, 19, 90-91

81. KC BARNETT and J SANSOM
Diagnosis and treatment of keratoconjunctivitis sicca in the dog
1987, Veterinary Record, 120, 340-345

82. KC BARNETT and EC JOSEPH
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca in the dog following 5-aminosalicyclic acid administration
1987, Human Toxicology, 6, 377-383

83. KC BARNETT and B D COTTRELL
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome in a dog: ocular, cutaneous and articular abnormalities
1987, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 28, 941-946

84. BD COTTRELL and KC BARNETT
Harada's disease in the Japanese Akita
1987, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 28, 517-521

85. R CURTIS, KC BARNETT and A LEON
An early-onset retinal dystrophy with dominant inheritance in the Abyssinian cat
1987, Invest Ophthal Vis Sci, 28, 131-139

86. MJ VOADEN, R CURTIS, KC BARNETT, A LEON, M DOSHI and AA HUSSAIN
Dominant red-cone dysplasia in the Abyssinian cat
In: Degenerative retinal disorders: clinical and laboratory investigations. Hollyfield, J.G., LaVail, M.M. and Anderson, R.E. eds. Alan R, Liss, 1987, 369-380

87. KC BARNETT, BD COTTRELL, BW PATERSON and SW RICKETTS
Buphthalmos in a Thoroughbred foal
1988, Equine Veterinary Journal, 20 (2), 132-135

88. KC BARNETT
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca: sex incidence
1988, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 29, 531-534

89. BD COTTRELL and KC BARNETT
Primary glaucoma in the Welsh springer spaniel
1988, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 29, 185-199

90. NJ MILLICHAMP, R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophy in Tibetan Terriers
1988, Journal American Veterinary Medical Association, 192 (6), 769-776

91. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
A survey of cataracts in golden and Labrador retrievers
1989, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 30, 277-286

92. AA HUSSAIN, A LEON, R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Photoreceptor dysplasia in the Abyssinian cat: biochemical and electrophysiological evidence for abnormal cyclic nucleotide metabolism
1989, Biochemistry Society Tran 627th Meeting, p221

93. GAH WELLS, IF KEYMER and KC BARNETT
Suspected Aleutian disease in a wild otter (Lutra lutra)
1989, Veterinary Record, 125, 232-235

94. KC BARNETT and H PLATT
Intraocular melanomata in the horse
1990, Equine Veterinary Journal, Suppl.10, 76-82

95. KC BARNETT
Veterinary Ophthalmology. London, Wolfe, 1990

96. PGC BEDFORD, KC BARNETT, P BOYDELL and N HAIZELDEN
Partial prolapse of the antero-medial corpus adiposum in the horse
1990, Equine Veterinary Journal, Suppl.10, 2-4

97. KC BARNETT
Retinal disease in the domestic animals
1991, Animal Eye Research, 10(1-2), 23-30

98. SS YOUNG, KC BARNETT and PM TAYLOR
Anaesthetic regimes for cataract removal in the dog
1991, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 32(5), 236-240

99. JD SLATER, JS GIBSON, KC BARNETT and HJ FIELD
Chorioretinopathy associated with neuropathology following infection with equine herpesvirus-1
1992, Veterinary Record, 131, (11), 237-239

100. R CURTIS and KC BARNETT
Progressive retinal atrophy in Miniature Longhaired Dachshund dogs
1993, British Veterinary Journal, 149 (1), 71-85

101. R DENNIS, KC BARNETT and J SANSOM
Unilateral exophthalmos and strabismus due to craniomandibular osteopathy
1993, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 34, 457-461

102. DL WILLIAMS and KC BARNETT
Bilateral optic disc colobomas and microphthalmos in a thoroughbred horse
1993, Veterinary Record, 132, 101-103

103. KC BARNETT
The canine ocular fundus: normal variations
1994, Compendium of Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 16 (3), 348-356

104. KC BARNETT
Ophthalmic cyclosporine A in the treatment of conditions of the conjunctiva, cornea and sclera in the dog and cat
1994, (Abstract) First European Congress CNVSPA - FECAVA, Paris, November 1994.

105. J SANSOM, KC BARNETT, KA DUNN, KC SMITH and R DENNIS
Ocular disease associated with hypertension in 16 cats
1994, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 35, 604-611

106. K C BARNETT, S M CRIPSIN, JD LAVACH and AG MATTHEWS
Colour Atlas and Text of Equine Ophthalmology. London, Mosby-Wolfe, 1995

107. DJ GOULD, SM PETERSEN-JONES, A SOHAL, KC BARNETT and DR SARGAN
Investigation of the role of opsin gene polymorphism in generalised progressive retinal atrophies in dogs
1995, Animal Genetics, 26, 261-267

108. SM PETERSEN-JONES, PJM CLEMENTS, KC BARNETT and DR SARGAN
Incidence of the gene mutation causal for rod-cone dysplasia type 1 in Irish setters in the UK
1995, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 36, 310-314

109. RA READ, KC BARNETT and J SANSOM
Cyclosporin-responsive keratoconjunctivitis in the cat and horse
1995, Veterinary Record, 137, 170-171

110. RA READ and KC BARNETT
Equine glaucoma diagnosed with the aid of ultrasonography
1995, Equine Veterinary Education, 7, 225-228

111. J SANSOM, KC BARNETT, W NEUMANN, A SCHULTE-NEUMANN, B CLERC, JP JEGOU, HAAS V DE and A WEINGARTEN
Treatment of keratoconjunctivitis sicca in dogs with cyclosporine ophthalmic ointment: a European clinical field trial
1995, Veterinary Record, 137, 504-507

112. KC BARNETT
Eye trauma
In: Dyson, S. Ed. A guide to the management of emergencies at equine competitions. Newmarket, Suffolk, Equine Veterinary Journal, 1996

113. RA READ, KA DUNN, KC SMITH and KC BARNETT
A histological study of nictitans glands from dogs with tear overflow of unknown cause
1996, Veterinary and Comparative Ophthalmology, 6, 195-204

114. J SANSOM, KC BARNETT, AS BLUNDEN, KC SMITH, S TURNER and L WATERS
Canine conjunctival papilloma: A review of five cases
1996, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 37, 84-86

115. KC BARNETT
Suspected hereditary eye diseases. In: Hereditary diseases in dogs: what are they and what can be done?
1997, Symposium proceedings. Held at Royal Society, 18th April 1997. London, Animal Health Trust, British Veterinary Association Animal Welfare Foundation and RSPCA, 1997. p28-31

116. K C BARNETT and S M CRISPIN
Feline Ophthalmology: An Atlas and Text. London, W B Saunders, 1998

117. DL WILLIAMS, RD LONG and KC BARNETT
Lacrimal pseudotumour in a young bull terrier
1998, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 39, 30-32

118. NHV CHONG, RA ALEXANDER, KC BARNETT, AC BIRD and PJ LUTHERT
An immunohistochemical study of an autosomal dominant feline rod/cone dysplasia (Rdy cats)
1999, Experimental Eye Research, 68, 51-57

119. D VERHULST, KC BARNETT and IG MAYHEW
Equine motor neuron disease and retinal degeneration
2001, Equine Veterinary Education, 13, 59-61

120. JLN WOOD, KH LAKHANI, IK MASON and KC BARNETT
Relationship of the degree of goniodysgenesis and other ocular measurements to glaucoma in Great Danes
2001, American Journal of Veterinary Research, 62, 1493-1499

121. KC BARNETT and JCM LEWIS
Multiple ocular colobomas in the snow leopard (Uncia uncia)
2002, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 5, 197-199

122. KC BARNETT, C HEINRICH and J SANSOM
Canine Ophthalmology: An Atlas and Text. London, W B Saunders, 2002

123. L WATERS, and KC BARNETT
The eye. In: Feline Medicine and Therapeutics.
2004, Editors: Chandler, E.A., Gaskell, C.J. and Gaskell, R.M. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, 3rd ed. pp 455-492

124. J SANSOM, H FEATHERSTONE and KC BARNETT
Keratomycosis in six horses in the United Kingdom.
(2005) Veterinary Record, 156, 13-17

125. KC BARNETT and CS MELLERSH
Hereditary cataract in the Staffordshire bull terrier and Boston terrier - identification of the gene mutation.
2006, Proceedings of the meeting of the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and of the European Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology, May 10th-14th, 2006, Brugge, Belgium, p133

126. CL HEINRICH, KH LAKHANI, HJ FEATHERSTONE and KC BARNETT
Cataract in the UK Leonberger population.
2006, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 9, 350-356

127. CS MELLERSH, L PETTITT, OP FORMAN, M VAUDIN and KC BARNETT
Identification of mutations in HSF4 in dogs of three different breeds with hereditary cataracts.
2006, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 9, 369-378

128. KC BARNETT
Congenital keratoconjunctivitis sicca and ichthyosiform dermatosis in the Cavalier King Charles spaniel.
2006, Journal of Small Animal Practice, 47, 524-528

129. CS MELLERSH, MEG BOURSNELL, L PETTITT, EJ RYDER, NG HOLMES, D GRAFHAM, OP FORMAN, J SAMPSON, KC BARNETT, S BLANTON, MM BINNS and M VAUDIN
Canine RPGRIP1 mutation establishes cone-rod dystrophy in miniature longhaired dachshunds as a homologue of human Leber congenital amaurosis.
2006, Genomics, 88, 293-301

130. CS MELLERSH, KT GRAVES, B MCLAUGHLIN, RB ENNIS, L PETTITT, M VAUDIN, KC BARNETT
Mutation in HSF4 associated with early but not late-onset hereditary cataract in the Boston Terrier.
2007, Journal Heredics, 98(5):531-3

131. C TURNEY, NH CHONG, RA ALEXANDER, CR HOGG, L FLEMING, D FLACK, KC BARNETT, AC BIRD, GE HOLDER, PJ LUTHERT
Pathological and electrophysiological features of a canine cone-rod dystrophy in the miniature longhaired dachshund
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2007 Sep; 48(9): 4240-9

132. Barnett KC, Mellersh CS, Holmes NG, Busse C, Miyadera K, Sargan DR
Progressive retinal atrophy in the miniature dachshund: a clinical and genetic study (abstract).
Proceedings European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and the European Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology, May 30th to June 3rd 2007, Genova, Italy
2007, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 10, 324

133. KC BARNETT, AS BLUNDEN, SJ DYSON, KE WHITWELL, D CARSON, R MURRAY
Blindness, optic atrophy and sinusitis in the horse
2008, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 11 (Suppl 1), 20-6

134. CS MELLERSH, B MCLAUGHLIN, S AHONEN, L PETTITT, H LOHI, KC BARNETT
Mutation in HSF4 is associated with hereditary cataract in the Australian Shepherd.
2009, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 12(6), 372-8

135. Miyadera K, Kato K, Aguirre-Hernández J, Tokuriki T, Morimoto K, Busse C, Barnett K, Holmes N, Ogawa H, Sasaki N, Mellersh C, Sargan DR
Phenotypic variation and genotype-phenotype discordance in canine cone-rod dystrophy with an RPGRIP1 mutation.
2009, Molecular Vision, 15, 2287-2305

136. C BUSSE, KC BARNETT, CS MELLERSH, VJ ADAMS
Ophthalmic and cone derived electrodiagnostic findings in outbred Miniature Long-haired Dachshunds homozygous for a RPGRIP1 mutation.
2011, Veterinary Ophthalmology, 14(3), 146-52

137. C HARTLEY, D DONALDSON, KC SMITH, W HENLEY, TW LEWIS, S BLOTT, C MELLERSH,KC BARNETT
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