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Veterinary research

Glasgow has a long-held and outstanding international reputation in veterinary research, which continues to this day.

A key strength of our work at the University of Glasgow is our ability to run successful interdisciplinary and integrative research within the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Science. Research in veterinary biosciences has been developed primarily within the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine (BAHCM), complemented by collaborative research teams in the Institute of Infection, Inflammation & Immunity (IIIs), incorporating the University of Glasgow-MRC Centre for Virus Research, the largest grouping of human and veterinary virologists in the UK. Our cross-College research centre, the award-winning Boyd Orr Centre for Population and Ecosystem Health, also undertakes basic and translational research that has significant impact on key national and global veterinary health agenda.

Staff in the School of Veterinary Medicine lead portfolios of clinical veterinary research within the School's small animal and large animal (equine and production animal) practices, which complements our veterinary bioscience research and feeds into the world class teaching provided by the School.

By supporting Veterinary Research at Glasgow, you can help us to remain at the forefront of Veterinary Medicine, help with ground breaking research or even commemorate the life of a much loved pet.

Your gift will help us to support new generations of vets and the animals in their care and to contribute to pioneering future standards in animal treatment and welfare.