BSc, BVSc(Hons), PhD [Sydney]. PGCertTerTchg, [Massey].
After graduating as a veterinarian in 1990, Joanne worked for three years in private veterinary practice in Tasmania and Queensland. She completed a PhD at Sydney University on infectious diseases of the koala and platypus, she tutored in veterinary anatomy and pathology, then lectured in microbiology. Joanne worked as senior lecturer in microbiology and public health at Massey University, New Zealand for four years.
Joanne has worked at CSU since 2005 where she is responsible for teaching veterinary microbiology and is captive vertebrate management discipline lead. Joanne has supervised HDR students at CSU, Sydney, Murdoch and Massey Universities and regularly examines theses and manuscripts. Joanne has published over 30 articles and a book chapter. Joanne was a member of the National Parks and Wildlife Service Advisory Committee and is an invited speaker at Australian Veterinary Association, Australian Society for Microbiology and International Society for Human and Animal Mycology conferences.
Banowary B, Tuan Dang V, Sarker S, Connolly JH, Chenu J, Groves P, Raidal S. and Seyed Ali Ghorashi SA. (2018). Evaluation of two multiplex-PCR and high resolution melt curve analysis for differentiation of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli. Avian Diseases 62:86-93.
Macgregor JW, Holyoake C, Munks SA, Connolly JH, Robertson ID, Fleming PA & Warren K. (2017). Investigation into individual health and exposure to infectious agents of platypuses (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) in two river catchments in northwest Tasmania. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 53(2):258-271.
Kessell AE, Dutton GJ, Boulton JG, Woodgate R, Shamsia S, and Connolly JH. (2014). Haemolytic anaemia associated with Theileria sp. in a juvenile platypus. Australian Veterinary Journal 92(11):443-.449.
R Booth and J Connolly (2008). Chapter 6 Platypus. In: Medicine of Australian Mammals. L Vogelnest and R Woods (Eds). CSIRO Publishing.