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Currently Involved in research at Charles Sturt University.

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Rabies Medicine & Life Sciences
Dogs Medicine & Life Sciences
rabies Agriculture & Biology
Papua New Guinea Medicine & Life Sciences
dogs Agriculture & Biology
prioritization Agriculture & Biology
Swine Medicine & Life Sciences
Escherichia coli O157 Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2011 2019

Abattoir data and its use for surveillance of hydatid disease in Australian beef cattle

Wilson, C., Brookes, V., Barnes, T. S., Woodgate, R. & Jenkins, D., Jul 2019.

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePresentation only

A scoping review of dingo and wild-living dog ecology and biology in australia to inform parameterisation for disease spread modelling

Gabriele-Rivet, V., Arsenault, J., Wilhelm, B., Brookes, V., Newsome, T. M. & Ward, M., 05 Mar 2019, In : Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 6, p. 1-14 47.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
dingoes
Ecology
Homing Behavior
Dogs
ecology

Challenges to human rabies elimination highlighted following a rabies outbreak in bovines and a human in Punjab, India

Brookes, V. J., Gill, G. S., Singh, B. B., Sandhu, B. S., Dhand, N. K., Aulakh, R. & Ward, M., 18 Feb 2019, In : Zoonoses and Public Health.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Rabies
rabies
Disease Outbreaks
India
cattle
diagnostic specificity
hydatids
diagnostic sensitivity
meat inspection
Abattoirs

From go to woe: Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia?

Ward, M. P., Brookes, V., Degeling, C., Gabriele-Rivet, V. & Hudson, E., Jun 2019, p. 37-37. 1 p.

Research output: Other contribution to conferenceAbstract

rabies
ecosystem
archipelago
dog