• 12 May

    Tiziana Lembo awarded Royal Society of Edinburgh's Patrick Neill Medal

    Dr Tiziana Lembo, a Research Fellow in the Institute, has been awarded the Patrick Neill medal by the Royal Society of Edinburgh for her breadth of expertise in veterinary medicine, data analysis, epidemiology of zoonotic disease, and public and animal health in the developing world.
  • 29 Apr

    Sarah Cleaveland elected a Fellow of the Royal Society

    Professor Sarah Cleaveland, Professor of Comparative Epidemiology in the Institute, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society for her work on human and animal health.
  • 13 Apr

    How mobile phones are making rabies elimination possible

    DISCUSSION | Katie Hampson, Reader in the Institute, discusses how mobile phones are providing a crucial tool in the elimination of rabies from Africa. The initiative, using old handsets, halves rates of the disease in Tanzania, and is now being widened to other health issues.
  • 23 Mar

    No fences needed: new research shows humans and lions can coexist

    New Institute research published in the Journal of Applied Ecology describes how humans and lions can coexist through the creation of community conservancies. These are privately protected areas that engage local people in conservation and ecotourism. Conservancies can help stem the unrelenting loss of lions, whose population has been in decline across Africa, and pose a viable solution to an old problem.
  • 03 May

    Telomere Workshop (Oct 16)

    Workshop is part of the Leverhulme International Network on understanding diversity in telomere dynamics.
  • 13 Nov

    One-day meeting—Vector Biology & Disease (26th November)

    One 26th November there will be a one day meeting of the Vector Biology & Disease Group with talks from the principle researchers and a poster session to share activity between members of the group and with other interested parties.
  • 26 Oct

    Workshop - PALS

    Next week (2nd November 2016), a workshop on comparative aspects of telomere biology will be hosted by members of the Physiology and Life Histories group.
  • 06 Aug

    Bovine Tuberculosis Workshop 2015

    The Boyd Orr Centre for Population and Ecosystem Health of the University of Glasgow, together with the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine and the School of Veterinary Medicine are pleased to announce the second workshop on Bovine Tuberculosis on the 3rd-4th September 2015 in Glasgow.