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    Dr Andrew Peters

    Dr Andrew Peters

    Institute for Land, Water and Society, School of Animal & Veterinary Sciences, Pathobiology Discipline Group

    Andrew’s research is focusing on characterising the evolution of disease-causing organisms in natural systems and understanding the emergence and impact of disease in wildlife. He synthesises expertise in the field with knowledge of evolutionary biology, molecular biology and pathology.

    Associate Professor Jane Heller

    Associate Professor Jane Heller

    Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

    A/Prof Heller is a Veterinary Epidemiologist with over 15 years’ experience. Her main areas of research are within the One Health framework and focus on infectious disease epidemiology,  with particular reference to antimicrobial resistant organisms, and the potential for zoonotic transfer of pathogens between animals and humans. She is involved in numerous research projects addressing zoonotic disease and while her research focus is on Antimicrobial resistance and Q fever, she also has research interests in other zoonotic diseases, such as brucellosis, psittacosis and E.coli O157. Jane is trained in quantitative epidemiology and applies quantitative methods to many areas of study, including farm animal, companion animal and equine health. She also has a great interest in student and veterinary wellness and has active research in this area as well.

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