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  Aging, Health & Welfare - MSc (by Research)

University of Glasgow    College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences

Full time & Part time See Course MSc, Research Only 1 Year Full Time / 2 Years Part Time
Biological Sciences (4) Environmental Sciences (13)

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The MSc (by Research) programme in Aging, Health & Welfare offers a unique opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of aging, animal welfare, and food security. This programme focuses on understanding the biology of aging, its impact on health and well-being, and the sustainable production of animals while ensuring their welfare. With a range of research projects available, you can explore topics such as physiology, genetics, environmental factors, and the effects of stress on aging. This interdisciplinary programme collaborates with leading experts and institutes, providing a comprehensive and integrative approach to studying aging, health, and animal welfare. To join, you'll need a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent.

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We address key questions in the fundamental biology of ageing, animal welfare and food security. How and why does ageing occur and what are its impacts on health and well-being? How do animals cope with pollutants? How do we achieve sustainable animal production whilst protecting animal health and welfare?

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Entry Requirements

A 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent.

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