PhD external examination prior to joining QUB

Activity: Examination typesPhD external examination


16 PhDs examined as external examiner:
Zoe Berk (2017) University of Newcastle. Modelling nematode infection in cattle.
o Stella Mazeri (2016) University of Edinburgh. Abattoir data and control of Fasciola hepatica.
o Rolf Nijsse (2016) University of Utrecht, Netherlands. Control of Toxocara in dogs.
o Miguel Pena-Espinosa (2016) University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Efficacy of anthelmintics and
chicory in cattle.
o Megan Cornelius (2016) University of Western Australia. Targeted anthelmintic treatment of sheep
in a Mediterranean climate.
o Sien Verschave (2015) University of Gent, Belgium. Gastrointestinal nematodes in dairy cattle.
o Alexander Mastin (2015) University of Salford. Echinococcosis in dogs in Kyrgyzstan.
o Marlene Areskog (2014) University of Uppsala, Sweden. Anthelmintic resistance in cattle.
o Bryanne Hoar (2012) University of Calgary, Canada. Climate and nematode transmission in Arctic
o Anja Carlsson (2012) University of Lancaster. Epidemiology of nematodes in Svalbard reindeer.
o Catherine McCann (2010) University of Liverpool. Spatial epidemiology of liver fluke in the UK.
o Valerie Relf (2009) University College Dublin. Developing a GIS forecasting model for the control of
fasciolosis in Ireland.
o Neil Sargison (2009) University of Edinburgh. Genetic crossing methods to detect anthelmintic
resistance in Haemonchus contortus.
o Jakob Willesen (2008) University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Angiostrongylus vasorum in dogs.
o Chrystele Palcy (2008) University of Tours, France. The nematode Trichostrongylus axei:
epidemiology and drug resistance.
o David Bartley (2008) University of Edinburgh. Anthelmintic resistance in gastrointestinal nematodes
of Scottish sheep.
o Kay Nolan (2006) University of Warwick. Modelling the transmission of Toxoplasma gondii.
o Simon Ruegg (2008) MSc(R), University of Zürich, Switzerland. Piroplasmoses of the endangered
Przeswalski horse.