BSc(hons), BVSc, DVetClinStud, MVetClinStud, PhD, MANZCVS, Dipl.ECVPH
Jane graduated with a BSc from the University of Newcastle and a BVSc(hons) from the University of Sydney. After completing an internship and Masters at the University of Sydney, she moved to the University of Glasgow, where she worked as a research fellow whilst completing a PhD and specialist training in Veterinary Public Health (in the subspecialty of Population Medicine).
In 2009 Jane took up a faculty position at Charles Sturt University. Jane is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in the chapters of Veterinary Epidemiology and Veterinary Public Health and has acted as examiner for the College on numerous occasions within the Epidemiology Chapter.
Jane is an editorial board member for Scientific Reports and reviews regularly for numerous journals. She has published over 60 research articles and is active in research.
Jane’s main area of research is in infectious disease epidemiology, with particular reference to antimicrobial resistant organisms, and the potential for zoonotic transfer of pathogens between animals and humans. She has projects in the areas of antimicrobial resistance, MRSA, antimicrobial stewardship, Q fever and brucellosis. She is particularly interested in using a One Health approach to drive antimicrobial stewardship in regional environments.
Jane teaches Epidemiology, Public Health, Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine and One Health at an undergraduate level and has a strong interest in student wellness. She is the Phase 2 discipline lead in the Veterinary Science degree and is responsible for the Problem Based Learning component of the veterinary curriculum.
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