“The improvement of animal health and, by association,
human health in India is a pressing concern, especially
with the numbers of domestic and livestock animals set
to rise significantly in the coming years. My colleagues
and I want to learn from India’s experience and use our
expertise to help tackle a diverse range of animal
diseases and welfare issues”.
Professor Natalie Waran
Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, the University of Edinburgh
“India is a tremendously important country for the
University of Edinburgh. The quality of the students who
apply to us is very high and the numbers wishing to
study at Edinburgh continues to rise. This conference will
allow discussion of crucially important issues that affect
India and the wider world and I look forward to valuable
partnerships being established between Edinburgh and
our friends in India”.
Professor Sir Timothy O’Shea
Principal, the University of Edinburgh
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