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Prof

Glenn Browning

Redmond Barry Distinguished Prof Vet Microbiology
Veterinary Biosciences
Rotavirus
Rhodococcus
Herpesvirus
Escherichia coli
Circovirus
Salmonella
Mycoplasma
Coronavirus
Calicivirus
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Prof

Glenn Browning

 
Division
Veterinary And Agricultural Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Veterinary Bacteriology
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Prof

Glenn Browning

 

Glenn F. Browning is a veterinary microbiologist with interests in applying an understanding of the fundamental pathogenesis and epidemiology of infectious diseases to development of solutions to problems in animal health. He is a Redmond Barry Distinguished President Professor and Director of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Animal Health, a multidisciplinary research centre within the university committed to improving animal health, welfare and production.

Among the Centre's achievements are the development of novel attenuated vaccines to control bacterial and viral respiratory diseases of poultry, pigs and cattle, the development of diagnostic assays to improve detection of a wide range of viral and bacterial diseases in animals, and the elucidation of reasons for emergence and spread of infectious diseases in livestock. The Centre also has a strong interest in antimicrobial stewardship in animal health.Professor Browning gained his veterinary degree at the University of Sydney in 1983, worked at the University of Sydney's Rural Veterinary Centre as a clinical officer in 1984, completed a PhD in veterinary virology at the University of Melbourne in 1988, worked as a Veterinary Research Officer at the Moredun Research Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland, from 1988-1991, and has been a member of staff at the University of Melbourne since 1991.

Projects

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70

Projects

Project Types


38

Research Grant


29

Research Contracts


3

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2010

Ian Clunies Ross Memorial Award

Australian College of Veterinary Scientists

1998

Humboldt Research Fellowship

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

1997

Meritorious Service Award

Australian Veterinary Association

2017

FASM - Fellow of the Australian Society of Microbiology


2012

FAVA - Fellow of the Australian Veterinary Association


2005

MASM - Member of the Australian Society for Microbiology


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Redmond Barry Distinguished Prof Vet Microbiology

Veterinary Biosciences

Member

Australian Society for Microbiology

Member

American Society for Microbiology

Member

Society for General Microbiology

Member

International Organisation for Mycoplasmology

Member

Australian Veterinary Association

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Diploma of Veterinary Clinical Studies

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Veterinary Science

University of Sydney