The Doctoral School supports postgraduate lead research groups providing students with the opportunity to discuss their research, engage in current areas of academic interest and gain a fresh perspective on their work from other group members.
All of the doctoral research groups are made up of postgraduate students from a variety of disciplines and welcome new members.
Clinical Animal Behaviour (CAB) is a collection of Postgraduate Research students from a range of disciplines including veterinary science, animal cognition, comparative psychology, forensic psychology and CAB who meet monthly to discuss and review research publication and recent development in Clinical Animal Behaviour. The group covers topics such as behavioural and welfare problems, human-animal interactions, and veterinary behavioural medicine.
The WIA Research Group is a community of postgraduate students with an interest in the issues and opportunities surrounding women in academia. Through monthly meetings and workshops WIA provides a network of support and a platform to discuss a range of topics including: Gender and the doctoral study experience, challenges in pursuing research and academic careers, and writing from a gender studies perspective.