Our Students

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Sarah Mac

PhD Candidate

Optimising the cattle weaning process

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Faysal Hasan

PhD Candidate (PM Fellow Bangladesh)

Faysal works with industry to identify cattle heat tolerance phenotypes for improving resilience to heat stress

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Shaheen Rahman

PhD Candidate (PM Fellow Bangladesh)

Shaheen completed Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry and Master of Science in Animal Nutrition from Bangladesh Agricultural University and has been serving in the Department of Livestock Services, Bangladesh since 2012 and have been teaching in Jhenaidah Government Veterinary College, Bangladesh since 2016. I am interested in developing climate smart livestock production system using smart technologies to enhance production efficiency and welfare status of farm animals. Optimization of cattle feeding in different production systems using advanced technologies and approaches is also my area of interest.

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Alice Shirley

PhD Candidate (DairyUp)

Alice comes to us as a University of Sydney Animal and Veterinary Bio science graduate with a particular interest in large animal production. She has a strong passion for animal health and welfare, spending a significant portion of my time in the country working with livestock and leading to my major in Animal Health, Disease and Welfare. My passion for research was solidified during my 2021 honours project, focused on detecting fly associated behaviours using an ear-mounted accelerometer in beef cattle.

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Maddison Pearce

PhD candidate (DairyUp)

Following graduating from a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience with first class Honours in 2019, I undertook a 9-month dairy internship at the Agricultural Research Institute in Cyprus. Since returning at the end of 2020, I have worked on the Herd Team at Moxey Farms in Gooloogong, NSW surrounded by 8000 cows and loving it.
Maddi will be working to improve the welfare and production of dairy cattle using sensor-derived data.