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Professor Richard Quilliam
Derek Mckinney

Biological and Environmental Sciences (BES), within the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling, has a strong reputation for research in environmental & ecological sciences and the science that underpins water & food security, and places considerable emphasis on the impact of its research. BES is a leading centre for nationally and internationally excellent field and laboratory based specialist research, and has a unique focus on the relationships between people and the environment. Our findings are used to inform policy makers and practitioners in environmental regulation, planning and management.

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Natalie Luna

Biological & Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Natural Sciences
University of Stirling
Stirling
FK9 4LA
tel: +44 1786 467769
fax: +44 1786 467843
email: Richard.Quilliam (at) stir.ac.uk

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Melissa Thompson

PRACTICAL Modelling – Pathogen Risks in Agricultural Catchments: Towards International Collaboration And Learning in Modelling (NERC International Opportunities Fund; PI David Oliver)

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Brady Vaught

Quilliam RS, Cross P, Williams AP, Edwards-Jones G, Salmon RL, Rigby D, Chalmers RM, Thomas DRh, Jones DL. (2013). Subclinical infection and asymptomatic carriage of gastrointestinal zoonoses: occupational exposure, environmental pathways, and the anonymous spread of disease. Epidemiology & Infection 141, 2011-2021

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Vance Coulter

My research focuses on a number of sustainability and disease-related topics.  A central theme of my research is to understand how changes in agricultural practices and land-use, together with projected climate change, can increase the risk of exposure to human pathogens. I have a strong research background in environmental pathogen ecology, and water & soil pollution caused by the carriage, survival & cycling of zoonotic pathogens and enteric diseases through agro-ecosystems and aquatic environments. Much of my work is carried out in the context of sustainable agriculture and food & water security and is underpinned by a significant level of engagement with the local community and a wide range of stakeholders.

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Bruce Ross

Coordinator and Chair of the Staff-Student Consultative Committee (SSCC) for Biological & Environmental Sciences (BES)

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Daniel Mckinley

Isobel Swinscoe, “Exploiting insects as feed for sustainable salmon farming – identifying the risks of pathogen transfer within the production chain” (with David Oliver, UoS; Robin Ornsrud, NIFES). Funding: The University of Stirling, and The National Institute of Nutrition & Seafood Research (NIFES), Norway, as part of the ‘Aquafly’ project

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