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Dr

Richard Bradhurst

Research Fellow – Biosecurity
Biosciences
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
aadis
spatiotemporal model
fmd
mouth-disease
epidemic
vaccination
environmental sciences
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Dr

Richard Bradhurst

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Computational science
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Dr

Richard Bradhurst

 

Dr Richard Bradhurst is a Research Fellow in the Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA). He specialises in the fusion of multiple modelling approaches (mathematical, agent-based and cellular automata), to simulate the spread and control of emergency animal disease, plant and environmental pests, and human disease.



Richard is the co-creator and principal developer of AADIS (Australian Animal Disease Spread model), EuFMDiS (European Transboundary Animal Disease model), and APPDIS (Australian Plant Pest and Disease model). He collaborates with the Australian Department of Agriculture (Animal Health and Plant Health), Biosecurity Queensland, WA DPIRD, VIC DEDJTR, the New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries, ANU, CSIRO, the EuFMD Commission within the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, the Center for Epidemiology and Animal Health within the United States Department of Agriculture, the European Food Safety Authority, MCRI, CFIA and the state veterinary services of various European countries.

Previously, he spent over 20 years as a software engineer on large mission/life critical projects in Australia and North America. Projects included SCADA, a submarine combat system, civilian and military automated air traffic control systems, and tactical communication systems for the Canadian, British and United States military.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Research Fellow – Biosecurity

Biosciences

Education


Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Computing)

Macquarie University

Doctor of Philosophy (Computational Science)

University of New England

Master of Computer Science

University of New England