|Name (sorted in ascending order)||Role||Research Interests|
|Professor Mark Bronsvoort||Personal Chair of Veterinary Epidemiology||
I currently have a broad portfolio of interests including the epidemiology of foot-and-mouth disease and bovine tuberculosis and using molecular tools to understand transmission and spread at different scales in LMICs.
|Dr Tim Connelley||Roslin Research Fellow|
|Professor Ivan Morrison||Professor Ivan Morrison||
The mechanisms of T cell-mediated immunity against intracellular pathogens of ruminants and how dysregulation of such responses can result in enhanced pathology.
|Dr Liam Morrison||Senior Research Fellow||
I am interested in the infection biology of protozoan parasites of livestock. I am particularly attracted to integrated approaches where we can learn about both host and parasite processes that are key to infection/disease progression – especially in the clinically relevant host, the cow. I work primarily on African trypanosomes, but also on Theileria parva , which together are the most significant pathogens affecting livestock in sub-Saharan Africa. I also work on Cryptosporidium parvum, a worldwide enteric pathogen of humans and livestock. My work aims to identify key host-parasite interactions that determine disease outcome, further our understanding of bovine immunobiology, and identify targets for interventions (e.g. drug & vaccine development).
|Professor Lonneke Vervelde||Personal Chair of Veterinary Immunology &Infectious Diseases||
Host-pathogen interactions and immunomodulation in avian species, with a particular focus on mucosal surfaces.