Student Project Reports for completed APRIL-supported projects can be found below. Further Student Project Reports will be added as they become available.
- Role of the Brix refractometer in predicting piglet survivability in relation to colostrum intake (DVM Project, Brittany Fleming, Murdoch University; 2021). Project Report.
- Data analysis to identify inherited conditions in an Australian commercial pig herd (Honours Thesis, Stephanie Shields, The University of Sydney; 2021). Project Report.
- Aspects of antimicrobial resistance in Australian swine-origin Pasteurella multocida (Honours Thesis, Suzanna Jones, Murdoch University; 2021). Project Report.
- Amelioration of gastrointestinal damage with Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) in the heat stressed pig (Honours Thesis, Eva Vidacs, The University of Melbourne; 2018). Project Report.
A number of PhD theses have also been completed as part of the Pork CRC-APRIL, as follows:
- Dr Felix Egger; Gas phase production of mixed culture phototrophic bacteria (The University of Queensland; 2021).
- Dr Jeremy Ayre; Advances in treatment of anaerobic digestate of piggery effluent using microalgae (Murdoch University; 2021).
- Dr Rousset Palou; Use of plant derived compounds to condition piglet intake at weaning and reduce post-weaning use of therapeutics(The University of Queensland; 2018).
Copies of a PhD thesis are available upon request.