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veterinary PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 265 veterinary PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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A comparative, mixed-methods study of the delivery of case-based learning in the Bristol Medical and Veterinary Schools

Case-based learning (CBL) is a core component of Bristol University’s innovative medical and veterinary curricula. CBL is founded on the problem-based learning educational strategy introduced at McMaster University and uses the seven-step methodology developed at Maastricht University. Read more

College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine PhD Studentships

We offer a number of funded PhD studentships to high calibre graduates interested in scientific research in a range of areas across medicine and veterinary medicine. Read more

Viral provenance (FHMS - DTP - 05 VET)

Viruses cause some of the most significant infectious diseases of humans and animals. Understanding provenance of an emerging virus is crucial for mitigating the impact. Read more

Assessing and predicting the impact of environmental factors on campylobacteriosis using mathematical modelling and Artificial Intelligence.

We know that some diseases, such as Ebola, are likely to occur in Africa but not in the UK. Some others, like seasonal flu in the northern hemisphere, occur more frequently in winter than in summer, and diseases like malaria are traditionally more common in rural, marshy lands than in cities. Read more

Investigating artificial intelligence (AI) tools for robust animal behaviour analysis (Ref FHMS - FF - 11 VET)

Increasing human population and growing concerns amongst consumers about animal welfare are leading to an increased demand for improving efficiency of production and health amongst farmed livestock. Read more
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Vision‐based artificial intelligence and social network analysis for early prediction of disease from cattle behaviours and interactions

The project. Social network data now gives us unprecedented means to research human and animal behaviour, and recently has found much value in the early prediction of mental health disorders and degenerative disease. Read more
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Rational microbial‐based interventions against enteric disease in young livestock

The project. Young livestock are particularly susceptible to infectious disease due both to limited immune function and poorly developed microbiomes, the ecosystem of microbes that colonise a range of body sites including the gut and act to inhibit colonisation by pathogenic microbes. Read more

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