Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics (CAWE) develops innovative practices, guidelines and management strategies to protect animals, enhance their health and ensure their welfare.
Australian Equine Laminitis Research Unit has made a number of significant breakthroughs that have led to changes in the clinical approach and management of this important equine disease.
KoalaBASE are developing a standardised post-mortem examination and disease recording nomenclature for koala mortality and morbidity.
Centre for Research Synthesis in Animal Health and Production (CReSAHP) deliver high standard training to veterinary practitioners, develop methodologies and standardised protocols and to explore avenues to effectively communicate results.
The Queensland Alliance for One Health Sciences aims to improve zoonotic disease public health policy through integrated research that addresses local, national and global One Health challenges.
The Australian Companion Animal Registry of Cancers (ACARCinom) is Australia’s first national registry of cat and dog cancers, backed by real-time data.