Dr Michael Reynolds

BVM&S CertCHP DCHP MRCVS

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

Telephone 0437694588

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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, one health and advanced reproductive technologies.

Research interests

Epidemiology and control of infectious disease.

Advanced reproductive technologies.

Animal welfare.

Teaching and supervision

2017

  • DVM 3 Clinical research project: The effect of breed and stress on Escherichia coli O157:H7
  • shedding in Australian cattle.
  • International exchange student project: The prevalence of failure of passive transfer in dairy herds in NSW.

2018

  • PhD candidate: Reducing mortality in beef and sheep enterprises.
  • AVBS Honors project: Trichomonas foetus in Australian Cattle.
  • DVM 3 Clinical research project: The prevalence of leptospira hardjo in extensively managed breeding cattle in the Northern Territory.
  • DVM 3 Clinical research Project: The control of cat flea infestations in neonatal dairy calves.

Current projects

  • Meat & Livestock Australia: MLA-DCP.PSH. 0817. Reducing mortality in beef and sheep enterprises.

  • Meat & Livestock Australia:MLA-DC P.PSH.0819.Objective, robust, real-time animal welfare measures for the Australian red meat industry.
  • Meat & Livestock Australia: MLA-DCP.PSH.j14866. Q fever: A new approach to combatting an old Australian livestock problem
  • Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: AH/2015/047. Improving cattle production and quality in rice-based farming systems in Indonesia
  • Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: LPS/2015/048. Improving smallholder beef supply and livelihoods through cattle-palm system integration in Indonesia

Associations

British Cattle Veterinary Association

British Veterinary Association

International Association for Paratuberculosis

Awards and honours

2018: Nominee, Excellence in Teaching award, The University of Sydney.

2017: Nominee, Excellence in Teaching award, The University of Sydney.

2016: Winner, Excellence in clinical teaching prize, University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Camden, The University of Sydney

2016: Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Recognised Specialist in Cattle Health and Production

2015: The Harold Sneesby award.

Awarded for outstanding contribution to the UK Dairy Industry

2015: Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner in Cattle Health & Production

Selected grants

2017

  • IndoBeef preparatory program activities; Coleman M, Ward M, Reynolds M, Slapeta J, Godoy Gimeno M, Brookes V; Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)/Research and Development Programs (R&D Programs).
  • 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.
  • Objective, robust, real-time animal welfare measures for the Australian red meat industry; Clark C, Lomax S, Reynolds M, Xu Z, Sukkarieh S; Meat and Livestock Australia Ltd/Research and Development Grant.

Selected publications

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Conferences

  • Reynolds, M. (2018). Bracken Toxicosis. An acute outbreak in a group of fattening cattle. World Buiatrics Conference, Sapporo. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Reynolds, M., House, J. (2018). Solanum linnaeanum (Apple of Sodom) toxicity - Seasonally associated mortality in beef cattle in NSW. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Hudson, V., Phillipzen, R., Reynolds, M., Ingenhoff, L., House, J. (2018). The influence of insemination timing, post enrolment in an oestrus synchronisation programme, on twin pregnancy rates in dairy cattle. World Buiatrics Conference, Sapporo. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Reynolds, M. (2018). The reproductive performance of 80 problem breeder cows after receiving a therapeutic uterine lavage. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Reynolds, M. (2016). Reynolds M.W. (2016). An evaluation of Pathogens and risk factors associated with neonatal enteritis in calves. World Buiatrics Conference, Dublin. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.

2018

  • Reynolds, M. (2018). Bracken Toxicosis. An acute outbreak in a group of fattening cattle. World Buiatrics Conference, Sapporo. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Reynolds, M., House, J. (2018). Solanum linnaeanum (Apple of Sodom) toxicity - Seasonally associated mortality in beef cattle in NSW. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Hudson, V., Phillipzen, R., Reynolds, M., Ingenhoff, L., House, J. (2018). The influence of insemination timing, post enrolment in an oestrus synchronisation programme, on twin pregnancy rates in dairy cattle. World Buiatrics Conference, Sapporo. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.
  • Reynolds, M. (2018). The reproductive performance of 80 problem breeder cows after receiving a therapeutic uterine lavage. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.

2016

  • Reynolds, M. (2016). Reynolds M.W. (2016). An evaluation of Pathogens and risk factors associated with neonatal enteritis in calves. World Buiatrics Conference, Dublin. World Buiatrics Conference, Australia: World Buiatrics Congress.

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