1. Animal health investigations using skills in data analysis, epidemiology, nutrition and farm economics. This includes disease and production investigations.

2. Population-based disease investigation, management and control. We regularly assess the application and interpretation of diagnostic tests in individuals and herds and regions (control programs). Our focus is on quantifying costs, returns and evaluating risk. We are experts at developing and implementing cost-effective intervention/control strategies at farm, industry or national level.

3. Scientific study design (including power analysis to determine study size), conduct, collection and analysis of data and reporting of results.

4. Drug evaluation and registration. Design and conduct of trials to national standards – such as APVMA, FDA, EMA and VICH.

5. Computer modelling. Modelling provides a powerful, cost-effective and timely way to investigate complex problems. Modelling can be used to identify best courses of action, identify critical control points, pin-point missing information, estimate response and to investigate market potential.

6. Surveillance system development and management. This can be for an individual farm, farming group or for a region or industry.

7. Literature research, scientific writing and production of reports, technical manuals and formal publications tailored for a specific audience.

8. Training from farm-worker level (practical disease control) to advanced technical level in areas such as statistics and modelling.