Latest news from IBAHCM
30 NovWe are delighted to have been awarded funding by Marine Fund Scotland (MFS) to support a project where environmental DNA will be investigated as a tool for the prevention of seaweed farm biofouling.
14 OctIBAHCM is delighted to announce that Pat Monaghan, Regius Professor of Zoology at the University of Glasgow, has been awarded with Honorary Membership to the British Ecological Society (BES) - the highest honour given by the society.
18 AugThe Exmoor Ponies helping research into ecosystem health...
28 MayBAHCM Researchers join The Global Initiative on Ungulate Migration
At Glasgow, we’ve created multidisciplinary teams to address national and global research challenges. Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine combines expertise in animal biology and ecology with extensive knowledge of comparative and veterinary medicine.
Our integrated approach
Unique in the UK, the range of our research spans multiple biological levels, integrating:
- research into molecules and cells,
- research into individuals; and
- research into human populations and ecosystems.
Given the threats posed by environmental change and rapidly increasing human population, there’s never been a more urgent need for a holistic approach.
With this belief in mind, we bring together rigorous quantitative analysis, appropriate theoretical frameworks and predictive modelling to help us understand the interdependence of animal and human populations, ecosystems and the environment.
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