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We champion research that helps communities flourish and shapes the world we live in.
We operate in a paradigm of research excellence and partnership, and provide meaningful outcomes for industry, government, business and communities. We seek to make an impact on our worlds - regional, national and global - and contribute to their economic, social and environmental sustainability and well-being.
Dr. Sameer D. Pant
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation; School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Sam is a lecturer of Animal Genetics employed at CSU since May 2015, prior to which he was employed as an Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen; and as a postdoctoral fellow and PhD student in different universities in Canada. Sam has significant experience and interest in defining the genetic basis of economically important traits in livestock, and animal models of human diseases via a combination of high throughput quantitative, bioinformatic and wet-lab methodologies.
Associate Professor Shokoofeh Shamsi
School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences & Graham Centre
Disease, much of it due to parasites, is the single most important factor threatening aquatic and terrestrial farming systems. However, most research are focussed on visible elements of our ecosystems, and micro-organisms, in particular those with a parasitic life style, are poorly understood. This is the focus of Associate Professor Shokoofeh Shamsi’s research work. An internationally known scientist, she holds a PhD in Veterinary Science and a Master of Medical Sciences. She is also on the editorial board of “World Register for Marine Species” and “Parasitology Research” and has produced more than 60 publications.
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