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Disease transmission and management scenarios in Afroalpine carnivores

This project is part of the. DPhil in Biology at the University of Oxford. Canid diseases are a particular and growing concern for the conservation of many wildlife populations, as free-ranging domestic dogs act increasingly as vectors of rabies and canine distemper viruses. Read more
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EASTBIO: Environmental and Genetic control of Healthy Aging Through a Dog’s Life

The Dogslife Project (www.dogslife.ac.uk) is the first large-scale population-based epidemiological study documenting the incidence and prevalence of diseases in dogs over their life course, and the environmental influences that affect them (1). Read more

Carnivore species response to land use and climate change in high mountains

This project is part of the. DPhil in Biology at the University of Oxford. Species can adjust to change through changes in their behaviour and ecology in response to specific disturbances from human activities, including competition with domestic animals. Read more
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Antimicrobial resistance dynamics and antimicrobial use in wildlife rehabilitation facilities in the United Kingdom

Supervisors. Dr Fernando Sanchez-Vizcaino Buendia (primary supervisor), Dr Irene Bueno. Background. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the greatest global public health threats of the 21st century (Prestinaci et al. Read more

Conversation analysis of health communication

Good communication can enhance health outcomes. In order to optimise health communication in different settings it is important to understand what interactional techniques are used, and which techniques work well and less well. Read more

Public transport accessibility and inclusivity for people with low vision [Self-Funded Students only]

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Our ongoing research across two Schools in Cardiff University, Computer Science and Vision Sciences, have enabled us to understand issues and challenges people with low vision face in their daily commute using public transport. Read more
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