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32nd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
32nd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium

32nd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium

February 9, 2021 to February 10, 2021
Australia
Lectures
12:20hs
2/9/2021
Bugs Have No Boundaries: Antimicrobial Resistance Challenges in Australian Poultry
Samuel Abraham / Senior Lecturer Veterinary & Medical Infectious Disease, Murdoch University
 
Biography
Dr. Abraham is an Associate Professor at Murdoch University with a research interest in Antimicrobial Resistance and drug discovery. He completed his PhD from The University of Wollongong and NSW DPI (2012) on antimicrobial resistance and adaption characteristics of porcine E. coli. Following his PhD, he undertook a post-doctoral position on antimicrobial resistance and drug discovery with Prof. Darren Trott at The University of Adelaide for 2 years. In 2015 he commenced an academic position as Lecturer in Veterinary and Medical Infectious Diseases at Murdoch University.

 

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Speaker:
Sam Abraham
Australia
12:20hs
2/9/2021
13:01hs
2/9/2021
Antibiotic Stewardship in East and South East Asia: The Trials and Tribulations of a Field Veterinarian
David Marks / PT. Universal Agri Bisnisindo
 
Biography
David Marks has been in the poultry industry for all of his profession life after graduating as a BVSc 40 odd years ago.
He often describes himself as a veterinarian by profession, a poultry veterinarian by accident, and a field veterinarian by choice.
He has worked in the poultry industry for all his professional career, starting off as an employed veterinarian with Australian and New Zealand, and then starting his own consulting business over 15 years ago.
Most of his work is in East and South East Asia and the Pacific and involves technical consulting and project work to integrators, feed companies, supply companies and funding agencies.
Antibiotic stewardship is a key theme.

 

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Speaker:
13:01hs
2/9/2021
13:56hs
2/9/2021
Novel Biological Alternatives to Antibiotic Therapies in Poultry
Alison Leary / Lallemand Animal Nutrition
 
Biography
Dr. Alison Leary graduated from the University of New England in Australia with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in the area of animal physiology and nutrition and continued to complete a PhD on “Factors affecting egg and egg shell quality in various strains of the laying hen”. She also achieved her Masters in Business Administration in 2004 and has 20 years’ experience in the animal feed industry, with 12 of those years spent travelling and living in Asia. Throughout much of her career Dr. Leary has worked within the poultry industry and more recently in the pig and dairy industries.

 

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Speaker:
Alison Leary
Australia
13:56hs
2/9/2021
14:19hs
2/9/2021
LIVE Q&A: Antimicrobial Stewardship
14:19hs
2/9/2021