News: Honours in Animal Science subtheme - Pathobiology infectious disease and public health
Honours project: Combine your interest in food science, animal science and biomedical science by investigating the the behaviour of Salmonella in mousse, tiramisu, and custard.
Honours project: Undertake a survey to examine the prevalence of lungworm in cats in South Australia.
Honours project: Explore parasitic infections in lambs.
Honours project: Outbreaks of the tick-transmitted parasitic disease Theileriosis in South Australia has raised questions regarding the presence of the tick vector.
Honours project: Analyse the effect of inoculation of neonatal lambs with known populations of rumen microbes on the development of the innate immune system.
Honours project: Investigate molecular basis of pathogenicity of the Newcastle disease virus and provide preliminary information to develop new vaccines for protection of poultry in Indonesia.
Honours project: Evaluate different recombinant and non-recombinant monoclonal antibodies against M2e antigen of avian influenza virus, to find the most reactive antigens and antibodies
Honours project: Examine the impact of Emu Oil treatment, in combination with Japanese Kampo medicine, on mouse behaviour in a model of colitis-associated colorectal cancer.
Honours project: Examine the effect of altered Flii gene levels on development of colitis-associated colorectal cancer in mice.
Honours project: This project aims to determine the ability of viable but non culturable bacteria to cause disease.