Dr Peter White

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As a new lecturer in veterinary physiology with the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Peter White is excited about the research opportunities which lay ahead.

Peter has spent the last three years completing his PhD under the supervision of Professor Peter Windsor and Dr Jenny-Ann Toribio.

He has been researching a birth defect that occurs sporadically in beef calves in southern Australia that has no known cause.

Research

1. White, P., Windsor, P., Dhand, N., Toribio (Lee), J. (2010), Risk factors for congenital chondrodystrophy of unknown origin in beef cattle herds in south-eastern Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 96(), 36-48.

2. White, P., Toribio (Lee), J., Windsor, P. (2010), Studies of the epidemiology and risk factors involved in the pathogenesis of congenital chondrodystrophy of unknown origin in Australia. XVI World Buiatrics Congress, Chile: Cattle Congress.

3. White, P. (2010). Studies of the epidemiology and risk factors involved in the pathogenesis of congenital chondrodystrophy of unknown origin in Australian beef herds. : .

4. White, P., Ward, M., Toribio (Lee), J., Windsor, P. (2010), The association between congenital chondrodystrophy of unknown origin (CCUO) in beef cattle and drought in south-eastern Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 94(3-4), 178-184.

5. White, P., Windsor, P., Toribio (Lee), J. (2009), Investigations into a congenital chondrodystrophy of unknown origin in beef cattle herds of southeastern Australia. 12th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics ISVEE 2009, New Zealand: International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics .