AusVet is a private consulting company providing services in epidemiology, disease surveillance, health information systems, program management, risk assessment, data analysis, research and epidemiology training. Based in Australia, AusVet works with clients both in Australia and internationally, across a wide range of species, including livestock, aquatic animals, wildlife, plants and human health.

This web site provides information about the company and our work, as well as providing a range of epidemiological resources, including texts and software for download.

News and Events

Brendan Cowled receives Fellowship in Veterinary Epidemiology

Brendan Cowled passed all examination requirements to achieve Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in the discipline of Veterinary Epidemiology.  Read more...


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ARC Linkage grant awarded 2014

Assessing animal exposure to urticating caterpillar hairs and developing management strategies to reduce the consequence of foetal abortion in mares - $513,500 - 2014-2017  Read more...


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Evan Sergeant attended the 12th International Colloquium for Paratuberculosis

Evan Sergeant recently attended the 12th International Colloquium for Paratuberculosis in Parma, Italy in June 2014.  Read more...


AusVet's Team

Nigel Perkins

Nigel Perkins
Senior Consultant
David Kennedy

David Kennedy
Senior Consultant
Jenny Hutchison

Jenny Hutchison
Senior Consultant
Brendan Cowled

Brendan Cowled
Senior Consultant
Evan Sergeant

Evan Sergeant
Senior Consultant
Angus Cameron

Angus Cameron
Senior Consultant
Rachel Gordon

Rachel Gordon
Project Officer
Catriona Mackenzie

Catriona Mackenzie
Project Officer
Tracey Locke

Tracey Locke
Office Manager
Ben Madin

Ben Madin
Senior Consultant
Amazon Certified Solutions Architect

AusVet Office Details

The AusVet business office relocated to Toowoomba in May 2011. Contact details for this office are available on the contacts page.


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