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After graduating with a Bachelor of Medical & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from the University of South Australia in 2003, Amy began work at the Institute of Medical & Veterinary Science (IMVS) in the Infectious Diseases Division as a Diagnostic Scientist specialising in the design and validation of novel molecular diagnostic tests. Following various roles in the Virus Detection Laboratory, Amy moved from human diagnostic work to lab animal diagnostics. In 2008 she was recruited as a Molecular Diagnostic Scientist for ComPath – a laboratory that specialises in the Health Monitoring of laboratory animals, before accepting the role of Manager in 2010 where she remains to this day.
Bachelor's Degree, University of South Australia
- animal model of disease
Comparison of virus concentration methods for the RT-qPCR-based recovery of murine hepatitis virus, a surrogate for SARS-CoV-2 from untreated wastewaterAhmed, W., Bertsch, P. M., Bivins, A., Bibby, K., Farkas, K., Gathercole, A., Haramoto, E., Gyawali, P., Korajkic, A., McMinn, B. R., Mueller, J. F., Simpson, S. L., Smith, W. J. M., Symonds, E. M., Thomas, K. V., Verhagen, R. & Kitajima, M., 5 Jun 2020, In : Science of the Total Environment. 739, p. 139960
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