ARC Discovery Project success!

We're excited to announce that our team has been awarded funding for three years ($414,436) by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in their most recent Discovery Project Scheme round (commencing 2018) to study amphibian chytrid fungus with a novel modelling approach! DP180101415: "A novel modelling approach for understanding wildlife disease dynamics" Investigators: Professor Hamish McCallum (Griffith University, QLD Australia) Dr David Newell (Southern Cross University, NSW Australia) Professor Cheryl Briggs (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA) Associate Professor A. Marm Kilpatrick (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA) Dr Laura Grogan (Griffith University, QLD Australia)

One Health Day presentations!

Last week (Friday 3rd Nov) two of our team members (Prof. Hamish McCallum and Tamika Lunn) gave excellent presentations at the Griffith University One Health Day 2017! On the same day, Tamika also presented at the Environmental Futures Research Institute 2017 Annual Student Symposium for Higher Degree by Research Candidates. Tamika was awarded first prize for her presentation in the 'early candidature' category! Congratulations Tamika! Tamika gave a really engaging presentation outlining her PhD project plans to investigate the ecology of flying foxes and the associated dynamics of Hendra virus. Hamish gave a fascinating overview of some recent work he's been involved with examining patterns

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