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University of Glasgow

In May 2006, Moredun and the University of Glasgow entered into a Memorandum of Understanding that built on over four decades of research collaboration between the two organisations.

Based around the activities of The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University’s Garscube Campus and Moredun’s facilities at Pentlands Science Park, the agreement signalled an important new phase in the relationship, promoting specific areas for joint research as well as shared resources in key areas.

Under the terms of the MoU both organisations agreed to fund and encourage collaborative research and the focus for this research has so far included food borne pathogens, OPA and nematode vaccine research.

In 2012, the Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine celebrates 150 years of veterinary excellence.                         

Glasgow Vets 1862-2012

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