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Cambridge Equine Hospital

Cambridge Equine Hospital (CEH) represents the equine section of the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital, University of Cambridge. CEH comprises the first opinion practice and equine referral hospital, offering a complete veterinary service for all your equine needs.

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The Queen's Veterinary School Hospital

The Queen's Veterinary School Hospital is a teaching and a referral hospital whose aims are to provide a comprehensive and demonstrably excellent clinical service across a range of species and disciplines for clients, undergraduate and postgraduate students and the veterinary profession in general.

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Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award

Professor Clare Bryant was the recipient of a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award for her application entitled Inflammasome formation in infectious and inflammatory diseases. Not only does this award bring £2.1M over 5 years to Clare’s research, it is immensely prestigious and a major achievement for her. It is very significant for the Department to have recipients of such awards leading our research programmes.

Graduate Study

The Department of Veterinary Medicine offers graduate research degrees through MPhil, PhD and clinical research as a VetMD.

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The advancement of knowledge through research is the core ethos of the Department of Veterinary Medicine

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"Veterinary View" videos

The BVA/ITN production "Veterinary View" short films are now launched online. To view the trailer click here

To listen to the three Vet View debates:

Are more vet graduates a good idea?

Is veterinary education keeping up with the times?

Debating the future of the veterinary profession


Dr Joy Archer was awarded the European Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology Hall of Fame award. This is given to members of the clinical pathology community who have made outstanding contributions to veterinary clinical pathology during their careers. Joy was recognised for her role as a founding diplomate and past president of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology and her ongoing teaching of both undergraduates and residents. Joy is now one of only about 10 people worldwide to have this prestigious award.