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Andrew is a veterinarian and researcher with expertise in wildlife population health, host-parasite evolution and parasite ecology. He has extensive experience in field research of wild vertebrates in Australia and Papua New Guinea and draws together knowledge of animal health and evolutionary biology to understand how animal pathogens (protists, bacteria and viruses) evolve in natural ecosystems. Andrew has expertise in the processes by which disease can become a threatening process for endangered species and has published on diverse topics relating to wildlife health including toxic invasive plants, novel pathogens, parasite evolution and disease ecology.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons I), The University of Sydney

External positions

Treasurer, Wildlife Disease Association Australasia

10 Jan 2019 → …

Chair, Futures Committee, Wildlife Disease Association

01 Jul 2017 → …

Board Member, Wildlife Health Australia

Feb 2015 → …

Council Member, Wildlife Disease Association

01 Oct 201410 Jan 2019

Chair, Wildlife Disease Association Australasia

01 Oct 201410 Jan 2019

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Research Output 2009 2019

A new approach to wildlife health research with a focus on solutions

Peters, A., Meredith, A., Carver, S., Woods, R. & Skerratt, L., Sep 2019, Wildlife Disease Association Australasian Section Conference Proceedings.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

health
wildlife
scientific research
human health
sociology

A solutions-focused translational research framework for wildlife health

Peters, A., Carver, S., Skerratt, L., Meredith, A. & Woods, R., 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Bioscience.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Translational Medical Research
wildlife
Health
Research
human health

Assessing circovirus gene flow in multiple spill-over events

Das, S., Smith, K., Sarker, S., Peters, A., Adriaanse, K., Eden, P., Ghorashi, S., Forwood, J. & Raidal, S., 28 Aug 2019, In : Virus Genes. p. 1-13 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Circovirus
Gene Flow
Capsid Proteins
Psittaciformes
Genotype

Island of opportunity: Can New Guinea protect amphibians from a globally emerging pathogen?

Bower, D., Lips, K., Amepou, Y., Richards, S., Dahl, C., Nagombi, E., Supuma, M., Dabek, L., Alford, R., Schwarzkopf, L., Ziembicki, M., Noro, J., Hamidy, A., Gillespie, G., Berger, L., Eisemberg, C., Li, Y., Liu, X., Jennings, C., Tjaturadi, B. & 10 others, Peters, A., Krockenberger, A., Nason, D., Kusrini, M., Webb, R., Skerratt, L., Banks, C., Mack, A., Georges, A. & Clulow, S., 03 Jun 2019, In : Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

New Guinea
amphibian
amphibians
pathogen
fungus

Activities 2018 2018

  • 1 Internal HDR Supervision

Supervision Research Higher Degree Students

Marie Bhanugopan (Examiner), Shawn McGrath (Examiner), Geoffrey Dutton (Examiner), Andrew Peters (Examiner), Michael Friend (Examiner)
2018

Activity: Supervision/Examination/MentoringInternal HDR Supervision

Press / Media

Lumholtz's tree kangaroo blindness mystifies experts, but toxic leaves could be to blame

Andrew Peters

16/06/1917/06/19

4 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Tree kangaroos are going blind, and nobody knows why

Andrew Peters

17/06/19

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

One of our little-known marsupials is going blind and nobody's sure why

Andrew Peters

16/06/19

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

CSU Research: Fatal impact of toxic weeds on kangaroos

Andrew Peters

27/03/18

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Are Australia's native pigeons sitting ducks?

Andrew Peters

13/07/17

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media