Physiology and Welfare Group

The Physiology and Welfare SIG is a network of University of Glasgow researchers investigating environmental and endogenous regulation of physiology, its relevance to health and the welfare of laboratory, domestic and wild animals. The SIG has a range of expertise in methods for study design, data collection, analysis and reporting high quality research findings. Collaborative interactions between researchers, policy makers and industry partners aim to increase our understanding of animal health and wellbeing and increase the reach of our research outputs.

Group coordinators:
Tyler Stevenson
Davina Hill

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