PhD in Advanced Livestock Systems

Summary

This project will enable a step-change in livestock productivity and welfare both in Australia and internationally through novel, collaborative and interdisciplinary research.

Supervisor(s)

Dr Cameron Edward Fisher Clark

Research Location

Sydney School of Veterinary Science

Program Type

PHD

Synopsis

This PhD will enable a step-change in livestock productivity and welfare both in Australia and internationally through novel, collaborative and interdisciplinary research. You will be part of an international group that is changing the global focus of farming towards the individual production animal to improve efficiency and welfare by revealing the value of technology, data and associated advanced precision livestock systems. Your highly innovative research will link the individual production animal and farm practice with the needs of the market and in so doing, add significant value to the food produced in systems that exceed the welfare demands of society.

Additional Information

Potential domestic students should be eligible for an APA or UPA and may be eligible for additional support through existing projects. Overseas applicants, please clearly indicate availability of funds and/or institutional support to cover international tuition fees at The University of Sydney.

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Keywords

Livestock; Health; Production; Technology; Data

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2305

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