Researchers in the College of MVLS are conscious of the potential impacts resulting from their research that benefit the wider society and economy. Here we have summarised some of the ways in which research from across the College has influenced a broad range of healthcare services; improved animal welfare and conservation efforts; informed policy, both home and abroad; and stimulated the local and national economy.
Areas of impact
We have driven research that underpinned new therapies and have made significant contributions to clinical guidelines, influencing heath and healthcare provision internationally.
Our researchers have used their research to develop and advise professional training and education to healthcare practitioners, from primary care to global health settings.
Our researchers have helped implement disease control strategies and support international policy development to improve human and animal health in resource-poor countries.
We have developed diagnostic tools and advisory frameworks that are being used to support national and international animal conservation and management.
Our research has provided benefits to individual human and animal pharma/biotech companies, medical device companies, small- and medium-sized enterprises, as well as broad nationwide commercial industries.
Research from across the College has supported the development of a wide range of national and international policy and strategy which contributes to economic prosperity and healthcare.
The College works to engage the public in our research through various ways. We are committed to working with our researchers and using their enthusiasm and creativity to develop their research into something that can be accessed and understood by external stakeholders.