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Veterinary surgeons are invited to apply for research bursaries, with awards being offered for both ruminant and companion animal research projects. The MSD Animal Health Research Bursary for Veterinary Surgeons offers three awards, consisting of two ruminant bursaries and one companion animal bursary, of up to £4,000 each for research into specific disease/subject areas.
Each project should be completed within one to two years and the proposals will be judged by university academics to ensure independent assessment. The companion animal research bursary will be assessed by the University of Nottingham Centre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine and the ruminant research bursary applications will be assessed by academic staff from the University of Bristol School of Veterinary Science.
Successful applicants will be encouraged to present or publish their findings, as a poster or abstract, at a relevant UK veterinary conference.
To ensure a fair and transparent process procedures are put in place to keep all applicant details anonymous from MSD Animal Health. It is therefore essential that veterinary surgeons adhere to a particular application process, details of which can be downloaded from this site. Project design and application proposal guidelines with the specific disease/subject areas covered by the research bursaries are also available below.
The deadline for entries is Friday 29th November 2019.
For any veterinary surgeons with further queries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.