BSc BVMS MVS MANZCVSc (Path)
Emma graduated from Murdoch University in 1998 and worked in mixed practice in both Australia and the United Kingdom for 7 years. In 2005 she completed her Masters in Veterinary Studies in small animal medicine and surgery. This was followed by pathology training at the University of Queensland.
Emma has worked as a pathologist at the University of Melbourne, Gribbles, ACE Laboratories and Idexx. She is a Member of the pathobiology chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and has been a Membership examiner for this chapter since 2012.
Her PhD explores the innate immunity of mice to Hendra virus infection as a collaboration between the Monash Institute of Medical Research and the CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory.
Emma is interested the development of new diagnostic assays, and the validation and application of existing human diagnostic assays to expand those currently available to the Australian veterinary industry.
Croser E and Marsh G (2013). The changing face of the henipaviruses. Veterinary Microbiology.
Campbell AJ, Croser EL, Milne ME, Hodge PJ and Webb Ware JK (2012). An outbreak of severe iodine-deficiency goitre in a sheep flock in Northeast Victoria. Australian Veterinary Journal.
Simpson C, Jabbar A, Mansfield CS, Tyrell D, Croser E, Abraham LA and Gasser RB (2011). Molecular diagnosis of sparganosis associated with pneumothorax in a dog. Molecular and cellular probes.
Milinovich GJ, Trott DJ, Burrell PC, Croser EL, Al Jassim RAM, Morton JM and Pollitt CC (2007). Fluorescence in situ hybridization studies during the onset of equine laminitis, Environmental Microbiology.
EL Croser (2007), Chiari type 1-like malformation and syringomyelia in 3 Cavalier King Charles spaniels, Australian Veterinary Practitioner, June 2007
Croser EL, Pollitt CC (2006). Acute laminitis: descriptive evaluation of serial hoof biopsies. In proceedings, 52nd Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, San Antonio, TX.