The role of the microbiome and circulating endothelial cells in the pathobiology of cutaneous renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV)
Funding information:Fully funded PhD, stipend of £15,009 per year. Initial deadline 13 September 2019 or applications accepted all year round.
Sudden cardiac death in human athletes – electrophysiological and molecular insights from the animal models
Funding information:Funding will cover University tuition fees at the UK/EU rate for three years and a stipend for three years at RCUK levels (£15,000 per year). For further information see Veterinary Medicine and Science PhD (Fees and Funding tab). The PhD studentship is expected to commence in October 2019.
Student and clinical supervisors’ perspective on student preparedness for clinical learning in veterinary medicine – a multicentre study
Funding information:Funding will cover University tuition fees at the UK/EU rate for three years and a stipend for three years at RCUK levels (£15,000 per year). For further information see: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/veterinary-medicine-and-science-phd (Fees and Funding tab). The PhD studentship is expected to commence in October 2019.
The Veterinary Health Innovation Engine (vHive)
vHive is an innovation hub supported by a co-investment of £8.5 million in resources dedicated to the development and adoption of new digital technologies in animal health.
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Partnerships underpin the University of Surrey School of Veterinary Medicine. The initial concept for a new vet school that capitalised on pre-existing community and professional links among academics and clinicians was the idea of key individuals in our foundation partner group.
The early development of the School has been supported by the passion, knowledge and dedication of our founding partners. As the School has evolved, additional strategic partnerships have been developed to increase opportunities for teaching and research ensuring our students obtain the widest range of experiences in their studies.
Key strategic partners
Reflecting the variety of roles that vets play in society, we are proud to work in close cooperation with a range of other key supporting partners in veterinary clinical education. Through joint appointments, ongoing research links and provision of student placements, this diverse group helps us to prepare our graduates for successful and challenging careers: