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Prof

Lynne Selwood

Honorary
Biosciences
blastocyst
cleavage
captive management
possum
immunocontraception
induced ovulation
other vertebrates
assisted breeding techniques
cell allocation
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Prof

Lynne Selwood

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Fertility control of vertebrates
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Prof

Lynne Selwood

 

I have worked for many years on developmentmental biology and have some some inspiring teachers and collaborators as Don Anderson (Sydney), Lewis Wolpert (London), Martin Johnson, Ann McLaren and Roger Pedersen (Cambridge, UK), Annetrudi Kress (Basel),Krzysztof Tarkowski (Warsaw) who have confirmed my choice of developmental biology as a chosen field was a good one for me. In the last 17 years I have applied my knowledge of marsupial developmental biology to developing successful fertility control agents in marsupials.

This work has revealed novel contraceptive methods that could be applied to other vertebrates.

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Additional Information

My work hads been supported for most of my career by the Australian Research Council and more recently by the Ministry for Agriculture and Fisheries NZ and the Foundation for Research Science and Technology, NZ.

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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Honorary

Biosciences

Treasurer

The Royal Society of Victoria

Secretary

International Federation of Mammalogists

President

Australian Mammal Society

President

Victorian Cell Biology Society

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Sydney

Master of Science

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Science

University of Sydney