Agricultural, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences
Associate Professor Ali Ghorashi, is a distinguished veterinarian, with an impressive career spanning over 25 years in teaching and research. With a specialisation in poultry health and production, he has established himself as a leading authority in the field.
A/Professor Ghorashi's research interests span a broad spectrum, with a primary focus on the development of novel molecular diagnostic tests, epidemiology, and surveillance of veterinary infectious diseases, as well as the genotyping of avian pathogens. His expertise in these areas contributes significantly to our understanding of animal health and facilitates improved disease management strategies.
With an impressive publication record, A/Professor Ghorashi has co-authored over 130 peer-reviewed scientific journal publications and delivered 76 conference presentations on diverse animal health topics. His collaborations with over 50 postgraduate students have further enriched the scientific community's knowledge base. Notably, his research endeavours have attracted substantial funding, securing grants exceeding $1 million, which have played a crucial role in advancing his projects and expanding the frontiers of animal health research.
A/Professor Ghorashi's impactful contributions extend beyond research and teaching. He serves as a member of the Charles Sturt Biosafety committee and holds editorial responsibilities for international journals and professional organizations. Through his collaborative efforts and research achievements, A/Professor Ghorashi has established himself as a highly productive and influential researcher in the field, contributing significantly to the scientific community's knowledge base in animal health.