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Department of Veterinary Medicine

Cambridge Veterinary School

Studying at Cambridge

 

Research themes description

The advancement of knowledge through research is the core ethos of the University of Cambridge’s Department of Veterinary Medicine. The department is part of the University’s School of Biological Sciences, which, combined with its geographical proximity to leading research centres such as the Sanger Institute has enabled it to be embedded within an environment of internationally renowned research excellence. Research within the Department encompasses basic and applied biomedical and veterinary sciences ranging from the molecular to the population level and is configured into following 5 research themes:

For a more detailed explanation on the research themes and the researchers within these, please select the following below.

 

 

The advancement of knowledge through research is the core ethos of the University of Cambridge’s Department of Veterinary Medicine.

Professor James Wood

 

Grant awarded

A grant from Pet Protect has been awarded to Dr Jackie Brearley with Alex Chebroux as the main investigator to look at the feasibility of the use of Trans Oesophageal Doppler in assessing cardiovascular status in dogs and cats.