Dr Stanger is a lecturer in cattle medicine and production. She previously worked as a veterinary consultant and completed a PhD with the Mackinnon project.
Her research interests include managing the production limiting diseases of livestock and enhancing farm-level productivity by improving on-farm welfare and management of animal, particularly neonates.
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Assessment of the efficacy of an autogenous vaccine against Yersinia pseudotuberculosis in..
Outbreaks of diarrhoea ("winter scours') in weaned Merino sheep in south-eastern Australia
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The effect of transportation on the immune status of Bos indicus steers.
KJ Stanger, N Ketheesan, AJ Parker, CJ Coleman, SM Lazzaroni, LA Fitzpatrick
Journal article | 2005 | Journal of Animal Science
This study investigated the effect of 72 h of road transport on the immune status of Bos indicus steers (n = 10; age = 15 to 18 mo..
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
International Livestock Congress Scholar
Young Scientist Research Prize – runner up
Best emerging scientiest presentation – runner up
Richard Lee Gray memorial scholarship
Rural Press Scholarship
Lecturer (Cattle Medicine)
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Doctorate of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery
Bachelor of Science (Hons)
James Cook University of North Queensland