The University of Aberdeen, founded in 1495, is Scotland's third oldest University and is the fifth oldest in the UK. Aberdeen is an international university built on serving one of the most dynamic regions of Europe and is at the forefront of teaching and research in the humanities, medical sciences, biological sciences, and physical sciences. The University of Aberdeen has been involved in European projects since Framework 3 and has been successful in participating in more than 700 grants funded by the European Commission. Aberdeen has also been successful in securing grants under Horizon Europe, Horizon 2020, schemes such as ESF, ESA, Socrates, ERASMUS, INTERREG and COST as well as hosting 11 ERC Grant holders.
The University of Aberdeen is involved as a WP3 & WP6 partner in developing a multi-epitope vaccine and diagnostic for proliferative kidney disease in collaboration with the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna and to support the development of novel trout aptamers