Scotland wins almost 50% of UK veterinary funding and almost a third of the UK’s veterinary graduates are trained Scotland each year.
Our specialities include:
Genetics and breeding – Selective and directed breeding in all commercial domestic species to improve productivity, meat quality and yield, and innate resistance to disease
Disease diagnosis and pathophysiology – Understanding the pathophysiology of new and emerging infections and parasites to enable the development of novel diagnostic tools to protect animals and humans
Therapeutic and vaccine development – Employing insights into the pathology of infectious diseases to identify and develop novel therapeutics and vaccines to treat a wide variety of existing and emerging pathogens
Nutrition and health – Identification and development of novel feed and feed additives for improving productivity, welfare and the environmental sustainability of domestic livestock
Animal behaviour and husbandry – Understanding how good husbandry links to animal wellbeing and ultimately improved productivity