University of Surrey leads network championing one health innovation

  17 December 2021

A partnership of organisations from across Surrey and Hampshire has been set up to drive animal health innovation and one health aspirations.

The University of Surrey is leading the Animal Health Innovation Network, which plans to tackle important health issues such as zoonotic virus transmission, antimicrobial resistance, sustainable food supply and pet welfare.

Under the auspices of the network, the university will work with the Enterprise M3 (EM3) Local Enterprise Partnership and centres including The Pirbright Institute, the APHA, the VMD and Sparsholt College. It will also work with industry partners, including Zoetis.

Further reading: Vettimes
Author(s): Paul Imrie
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