BVSc, Dip.Vet.Clin.Stud, MACVSc
PositionLecturer in Dairy Cattle Practice
LocationBuilding 229, Room 230
Phone/Faxwork02 6933 4739
Tash joined the CSU veterinary program in early 2006 after nine years of experience in practice, principally dairy cattle practice, and teaching in veterinary schools in Australia and the UK. Through practice and aid programs she has worked in the dairy industries in Australia, Britain and Thailand.
Tash has a strong interest in whole-herd approaches to dairy cattle medicine and the integration of nutritional management and health management into the delivery of veterinary services to producers. She is passionate about the clinical training of veterinary undergraduates and contributes to the CSU program through both didactic teaching in dairy cattle production, and practical and clinical training in the field.
Research and Teaching Interests
- Dairy cattle medicine and surgery
- Improving dairy production.
- Special interests in mastitis and milk quality.