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Christina Marth

Lecturer (Veterinary Biosciences)
Persistent mating-induced endometritis
subclinical endometritis
clinical endometritis
innate immunity
antimicrobial peptides
science & technology
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Christina Marth

Veterinary And Agricultural Sciences
Primary Interest
Uterine disease in cattle
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Christina Marth


Dr Christina D. A. Marth is a veterinarian with an interest in the physiology and pathology of veterinary reproduction. Since 2012, her research has focussed on innate immune factors influencing the way horses respond to breeding and the ability of healthy horses to clear all traces of inflammation from their uterus efficiently.

During this time, she has used high-throughput sequencing in combination with wet lab techniques to gain a better understanding of the uterine gene expression in different circumstances. She is now looking into ways to translate this research into other species.Dr Marth completed a veterinary degree at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hannover, Germany in 2012 and a PhD at The University of Melbourne in 2016. Christina currently holds a teaching and research position at the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne. She is teaching primarily into the preclinical years of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree.

Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships


Science Award for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

Australian Government, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources





Lecturer (Veterinary Biosciences)

Veterinary Biosciences


Graduate Certificate in University Teaching

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Graduate Certificate in Advanced Learning and Leadership

University of Melbourne

Specialist Certificate in Teaching for Graduate Researchers

University of Melbourne

Staatsexamen in Veterinary Medicine

University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover