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Veterinary Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 34 Veterinary Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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The microbiome of the beehive as an indicator of honeybee pathogens (Ref FHMS - DTP - 06 BIO)

Infectious diseases affecting bees pose a serious threat to both biodiversity and food security. Many honeybee pathogens are shared by other wild bee species and crops are experiencing considerable yield gaps owing to insufficient pollination. 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

Improving sustainable parasite control in British dairy cattle

The dairy industry is an essential part of UK food security. It faces an increased focus on sustainable farming practices which aim to reduce negative, and promote positive, environmental impacts whilst maintaining high levels of food production, food safety and animal welfare standards. Read more

Equine microbiome testing: development of strategies to enable routine microbiome diagnostics in the horse

Both animals and humans have a complex and wide-ranging set of microorganisms present in the gut. The intricate and multifaceted interactions between these resident microorganisms have been linked with disease risks, health preservation, immunity, and therapeutic opportunities in both human and veterinary medicine. Read more

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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