We have 10 University of Bristol, Bristol Veterinary School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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University of Bristol, Bristol Veterinary School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 University of Bristol, Bristol Veterinary School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

4-year PhD Studentship: Towards Accurate Disease Surveillance: Deep Learning-Assisted Simulation of Bacterial Genomes

Public health surveillance programmes routinely collect vast amounts of pathogen genomics data each year. A pressing issue is how to best utilise this information for effective disease monitoring and management. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Multiscale comparative analysis of habitat selection by large carnivores in northern Botswana

About 38% of Botswana’s land area is reserved for wildlife conservation (Winterbach et al., 2014), providing important habitat for large carnivores and allowing for the study of intact large carnivore guilds. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Measurement of reward sensitivity as an indicator of welfare in chickens

Humans show a reduction in sensitivity to reward when suffering from clinical depression and similar changes have been demonstrated in laboratory rodents used as models for depression. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Impact of the microbial biodiversity and micro-ecological processes on the transmission and persistency of diseases in dairy farms: a multidisciplinary, adaptive research approach

Soil provides the basic structure for the development of the ecosystem where humans and animals live. Soil microbiota, including different pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms, are responsible for the health and maintenance of the ecosystem, creating the greatest biodiversity in the world. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Cats’ perspective and welfare associated with outdoor access

Although freedom of movement is a key pillar of animal welfare, and outdoor access is considered the best way to allow cats to exercise and express natural behaviours1, restrictions often apply to owned cats. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Assessing long-lasting pain following hot-iron disbudding in dairy calves

Although freedom from pain is a key pillar of animal welfare, painful procedures are still common on most dairy farms. For instance, despite being painful1, hot-iron disbudding is still performed on the vast majority of calves. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Antimicrobial resistance dynamics and antimicrobial use in wildlife rehabilitation facilities in the United Kingdom

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the greatest global public health threats of the 21st century (Prestinaci et al. 2015). To mitigate this urgent challenge, a One Health approach (i.e., with integrated actions across the human, animal and environmental interface) is needed. Read more
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