Dr Michael Reynolds


C08B - R.V.C. - Main Bldg. - Camden
The University of Sydney

Biographical details

Mike qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2003 and after three years in mixed practice, has since worked exclusively in production animal medicine.
He gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Cattle Health and Production in 2011, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Diploma in Cattle Health and Production in 2015 and is an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Cattle Health and Production. He has published and presented work on Cattle Health and Production in the UK and on the international stage with his main interests in the epidemiology and control of infectious disease, clinical governance and Advanced Reproductive technologies.

Current projects

P.PSH.6013 (Objective, robust welfare measures for the Australian red meat industry).

Improving integrated cattle production systems in Indonesia (SRA August 2017).

AH/2015/047 (Improving cattle production and quality in crop-based farming systems: crop cow).

LPS/2015/048 (Developing profitable smallholder beef cattle production in association with oil palm plantation systems: Palm Cow).

Awards and honours

Excellence in Clinical Teaching Prize 2017.

Selected grants


  • Reducing mortality rates in beef and sheep enterprises - (Project P.PSH.0817); Gonzalez L, Reynolds M, Cronin G; Meat and Livestock Australia Ltd/Research and Development Grant.

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