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Research interests

  • Clinical pathologies
  • Wildlife population health
  • Conservation biology and ecology
  • Anthropogenic changes to ecosystems
  • Natural ecology of infectious protists
  • Avian biology and ecology

Personal profile

Andrew is a veterinarian and researcher with expertise in wildlife population health, host-parasite evolution and parasite ecology. He has extensive experience in field research of wild vertebrates in Australia and Papua New Guinea and draws together knowledge of animal health and evolutionary biology to understand how animal pathogens (protists, bacteria and viruses) evolve in natural ecosystems. Andrew has expertise in the processes by which disease can become a threatening process for endangered species and has published on diverse topics relating to wildlife health including toxic invasive plants, novel pathogens, parasite evolution and disease ecology.

Professional Information

Memberships of Advisory Boards and Panels:

  • Management Committee Member of Wildlife Health Australia (2014-ongoing)

Education/Academic qualification

Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 16 Dec 2013

The University of Sydney

Award Date: 17 Dec 2004

External positions

Treasurer

10 Jan 2019 → …

Chair, Futures Committee

1 Jul 2017 → …

Board Member

Feb 2015 → …

Council Member

1 Oct 201410 Jan 2019

Chair

1 Oct 201410 Jan 2019

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