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DVSc, PhD, BVSc(Hons), Grad.Cert Ed. Studies (Higher Ed.), DipECSRHM
Peter Windsor is Professor Emeritus and formerly Professor of Livestock Health and Production at The University of Sydney (USYD), so is pseudo-retired yet remains busy managing the regionally-focused consultancy ‘Production Animal Welfare and Health Services’. Peter graduated as a veterinarian in 1977 (USYD), completed pathology residencies as a Fulbright scholar at Cornell University NY and San Diego Zoo CA in 1980-2, a PhD in ruminant neuropathology in 1988 (USYD), then a thesis of selected published works for a DVSc in 2007 (USYD). He has specialist veterinary registration in Pathobiology, is a Diplomate of the European College of Small Ruminant Health Management, and continues leading and collaborating in many projects funded by both international livestock industry agencies and pharmaceutical businesses. He worked mostly in a range of roles for NSW Agriculture prior to joining USYD in 2002, although enjoyed 19months in the Philippines with FAO on FMD eradication in 1998-99. Peter has published regularly in peer-reviewed veterinary and animal science journals and books, especially on his ongoing work in SE Asia @: https://mekonglivestock.wordpress.com. This work aims to improve global food and fibre security, deliver one health approaches to emerging infectious diseases, advance animal welfare and promote ecosystem sustainability in livestock production systems.