BVSc MVSc PhD
Marie joined CSU in September 2008. She has a PhD from the University of Sydney. Her PhD focused on "Improving bone health and optimising Calcium metabolism in the dairy cow to minimize the risk of milk fever".
Her research interests include calcium homeostasis and role of vitamin D in bone health, mineral interactions and peri-parturient disorders in dairy cattle. She teaches Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology. Marie is the subject coordinator for Veterinary Physiology.
|Supervisory Role||Student Name||Degree||Topic||Status|
|Co-Supervisor||Mr Shawn McGrath||PhD||Supplementation of ewes grazing dual purpose wheat||In progress|
|Principal Supervisor||Mr Paul Quaggiotto||MMedSc||Prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency and toxicity in a hospital population||Completed 2011|
|Co-Supervisor||Mr Vivek Pande||MSc||Investigating the role of Vitamin D in fetal programming of chicken fetal and juvenile bone development||Completed 2013|
|Principal Supervisor||Ms Janna Pye||BVSc (Hons)||Effect of dietary magnesium supplementation in alleviating stress associated with road transportation in weaned lambs||Completed 2013|
|Principal Supervisor||Ms Lauren Blackney||BVSc (Hons)||The incidence risk and risk factors associated with late embryonic/early fetal mortality in dairy cows in the Riverina region of NSW, Australia: A retrospective study.||In progress|
|Principal Supervisor||Ms Cassandra Macdonald||BVSc (Hons)||Dry cow feeding and its effect on metabolic parameters during calving and reproduction.||In progress|
|Co-Supervisor||Ms Zoe Boucher||BAnSc (Hons)||The effects of breed and diet on the immune status of pregnant ewes and lamb immune status, birth weight and subsequent growth||In progress|