BVSc & AH, MS (Animal Science)
Nidhish completed his Veterinary degree from India in 2008 after which he moved to USA and obtained Masters in Animal Science from University of Connecticut. His Master's thesis focused on identifying the role of a transcription factor, Tbox-2, in bone formation. After working in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Connecticut, he moved to Australia and joined for PhD in the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Science, University of Melbourne. His PhD project focused on identifying the role of protease-activated receptor-2 in periodontal disease using transgenic mice. Nidhish joined Charles Sturt University in March 2017 as a Lecturer in Animal Physiology where he will be teaching animal and veterinary physiology to undergraduate students enrolled in veterinary science, animal science, equine science and veterinary technology.