News

Vet School academic to feature on new programme for humans and their dogs 5 April 2017 Dr Emily Blackwell, a dog behaviour expert from the University of Bristol’s Vet School is the scientist on a new television series that starts today [Wednesday 5 April], which pits dog owners and their four-legged friends against each other in a series of challenges.
  • Vet School academic to feature on new programme for humans and their dogs 5 April 2017 Dr Emily Blackwell, a dog behaviour expert from the University of Bristol’s Vet School is the scientist on a new television series that starts today [Wednesday 5 April], which pits dog owners and their four-legged friends against each other in a series of challenges.
  • Veterinary professionals need to change how they connect with their clients 5 April 2017 When advising on animal health and welfare, veterinarians often struggle to engage with the motivational needs of their clients. New research has shown a change is needed in how veterinarians communicate with and advise animal owners, to promote engagement with their advice and protect the animals in their care.
  • VetQuest 2017 13 March 2017 VetQuest 2017 was held over the weekend of 11 and 12th of March and saw over 150 aspiring vets and vet nurses visit the clinical campus at Langford to get an opportunity to find out more about applying to these programmes, meet a number of current students and get a taster of life at vet school.
  • Veterinary Science at Bristol ranked amongst best in world 8 March 2017 The ranking takes into account research quality, graduate employment, staff to student ratios and teaching standards.
  • Online forecast maps warns sheep farmers about risk of Nematodirosis in lambs 1 March 2017 With spring fast approaching the parasite Nematodirus is a deadly threat to the lives of lambing flocks. An online risk forecast could help UK sheep farmers assess the risk of outbreaks of the parasite in their lambs and take action before it is too late. The forecast maps will be updated daily to track changes in risk throughout the spring and early summer and include treatment and management advice.
  • New Studentship available 15 February 2017 PhD Studentship-Optimising Pasture-Based Ruminant Production Systems
  • Calling all guinea pig owners 1 February 2017 Academics from the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences are asking for guinea pig owners to take part in a new research study on how pet guinea pigs are kept in the UK by completing an online questionnaire.
  • Dr Eric Morgan receives funding award 12 January 2017 Bristol congratulates
  • Stewardship policy reduces antimicrobial use on farms 5 January 2017 Evidence suggests the frequent use of certain antimicrobials (AM) in food-producing animals may reduce their effectiveness as treatments for both animals and humans. Researchers at the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences are finding novel ways to address these concerns, working with farmers to empower them to develop policies to promote more responsible use of medicines on farms.
  • Does omega-3 algal oil improve osteoarthritis in dogs? 14 December 2016 Does omega-3 algal oil improve osteoarthritis in dogs?
Years iterator 2018201720162015
View all news
Edit this page