Tyler Morrison


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Tyler graduated a veterinary surgeon from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies having intercalated in immunology. During this time he undertook projects in large animal immunology. 

Following graduation a period in small animal general practice followed, after which he returned to the university of Edinburgh. As an ECAT-V clinical lecturer he undertook a PhD in inflammation under the supervision of Professors Sarah Walmsley, Shareen Forbes and Moira Whyte and studied the effects of the nutritional microenvironment, and in particular diabetes mellitus, on neutrophil metabolism, function and host injury.

He is currently undertaking a residency in companion animal internal medicine in the R(D)SVS' hospital for small animals whilst continuing his interest in neutrophil biology. 


2012- First Class honours BSc. veterinary sciences (Immunology) - University of Edinburgh

2015- Batchelor of veterinary medicine and surgery with distinction - University of Edinburgh

2022 - PhD in Inflammation - University of Edinburgh


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