The aim of the INSPIRE Scheme is to encourage an interest in research amongst our Veterinary students and highlight how research can enhance our everyday lives as qualified veterinarians.

Student research journal celebrates success

The students have pooled their talents to produce the latest issue of the Inspire Research Journal October 2017 (PDF, 1,616kB) showcasing original research undertaken in world-class laboratories and clinics, by fellow students.

The ‘INSPIRE Student Health Sciences Research Journal’ is a key part of a collaborative project under the national INSPIRE scheme funded by the Wellcome Trust and administered by the Academy of Medical Sciences. 

INSPIRE is a national initiative coordinated by the Academy of Medical sciences and supported with funding from the Wellcome Trust. Bristol is the first veterinary school to be awarded this scheme and so this is a very exciting opportunity for us all. Our scheme is also linked to the INSPIRE Scheme for medical and dental students that is running across Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter and Plymouth. Therefore there will be plenty of opportunities to interact with medical and dental researchers and students across the four partner universities.

The scheme consists of a broad range of events, activities, opportunities and even prize rewards.

The INSPIRE Scheme for the Bristol Veterinary School is being led by Professor Linda Wooldridge and Professor Mick Bailey. If you have any questions/comments then please feel free to contact one of us directly, we would be very happy to hear from you and receive any feedback/suggestions that you may have.

 Summer research projects

INSPIRE Events and Activities 

  1. Find out more about what research is going on in Bristol
  2. Research Tasters
  3. Evening Research Showcases 
  4. Other Research Opportunities
  5. Student Research Council: Volunteers needed
  6. Prizes
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