CTLGH is a strategic alliance of The Roslin Institute and Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland’s Rural College and the International Livestock Research Institute. Strategic partners are crucial to the success of CTLGH and the mobilisation of research and resources to the development and delivery stage.
Our strategic partners
University of Edinburgh
We discover, develop and share knowledge. As a centre of academic excellence we aim to: enhance our position as one of the world’s leading research and teaching universities and to measure our performance against the highest international standards; provide the highest quality learning and teaching environment for the greater wellbeing of our students, produce graduates fully equipped to achieve the highest personal and professional standards, make a significant, sustainable and socially responsible contribution to Scotland, the UK and the world, promoting health and economic and cultural well-being.
The Roslin Institute
Home to CTLGH's Edinburgh node
The Roslin Institute is an animal sciences research institute at Easter Bush, Midlothian, Scotland, part of the University of Edinburgh, and is funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC). The Institute undertakes research within the framework of BBSRC Institute Strategic programmes focussed on the health and welfare of animals, and applications of basic animal sciences in human and veterinary medicine, the livestock industry and food security.
Scotland's Rural College
Leading innovation and sustainable development in agriculture, land and the rural sector. SRUC exists to deliver comprehensive skills, education and business support for Scotland’s land-based industries, founded on world class and sector-leading research, education and consultancy. The integration of these three complementary ‘knowledge exchange’ services is of significant value to all with an interest in land-based activities – be they learners, businesses, communities or policy-makers.
International Livestock Research Institute
ILRI works with partners worldwide to enhance the roles that livestock play in food security and poverty alleviation, principally in Africa and Asia. The outcomes of these research partnerships help people in developing countries keep their farm animals alive and productive, increase their livestock and farm productivity in sustainable ways, find profitable markets for their animal products, and reduce the risk of livestock-related human diseases.