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Scott is a comparative theriogenologist affiliated with Charles Sturt University. He has interests in canine, bovine and equine reproduction. He has authored book chapters, journal articles, and conference papers on this topic. His research contribution also involves teaching and mentoring students to ensure they are well-equipped with the skills needed for successful careers in theriogenology.

Education/Academic qualification

Education, GCEd, Graduate Certificate in Education (Tertiary), The University of Queensland

Award Date: 09 Dec 2005

Dystocia in Cattle, PhD, The management of dystocia in beef heifers, The University of Queensland

Award Date: 01 Mar 2002

Theriogenology, DipACT, Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists

Award Date: 01 Sept 1988

Veterinary Science, BVSc, The University of Queensland

Award Date: 14 Dec 1983

External positions

Director, iQVETS Pty Ltd

27 Nov 2023 → …

Director, Repro Vets Pty Ltd

20 Jan 201725 Nov 2023


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