Studentships 

Below is a list of the Phd Studentships that HCC has helped fund:

Anna Kaye Jones - Identifying and costing climate mitigation options for sheep farmers in England and Wales

Ann McLaren - Optimising the UK sheep Industry by the inclusion of Genotype x Environment (GxE) interactions

Bethan Jones - Cattle behaviour: methods for improving the movement of cattle into a stunning pen and the implications for the use of electrical goads

Beth Wells -Development of a diagnostic test for sheep scab based on biomarkers

Cate WilliamsEffects of ruminal bacterial lipases on rumen lipid metabolism

Florence Pethick - Comparative genomic analysis of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis

Gareth O'Keefe - Development of novel feed strategies to improve protein utilisation in forage fed ruminants

Hannah Vallin - Effects of Echium oil of the rumen microbial ecosystem

Henry Gu - The role of microRNAs in the host-parasite relationship in the veterinary nematode Haemonchus contortus

John Hyland - Reducing the environmental impact of the Welsh ruminant sector

Laura Cavill - Methods of detection, elimination and control of Clostridium species in the red meat industry

Laurie Huxley - Effects of rumen bacterial lipases on ruminal lipid metabolism

Leigh Sullivan - Identifying digital dermatitis infection reservoirs in beef cattle and sheep

Lindsay Billsborrow - Fetal Programming of Fertility in Ruminants

Neil Clelland - Use of computer tomography based predictors of meat quality in sheep breeding programmes

Rory Shaw - Use of real-time in situ nitrogen sensors to enhance sustainability and reduce costs in livestock systems

Sally O'Donovan - Understanding the genetic basis for slow plant-mediated proteolysis in Festulolium hybrids

Sarah Beynon - Resequencing and genetic profiling of native Welsh sheep breeds in lowering greenhouse gas emissions

Sarah Thomson - Epidemiology of cryptosporidiosis in farm livestock, assessment of zoonotic risk and development of control strategies

Sophie Doran - Development of proxy indicators for methane output by sheep using rapid throughput laboratory techniques

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