Amanda Doughty

Amanda Doughty 2017

Amanda Doughty is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of New England (UNE) in Armidale, Australia. Following a Bachelor of Science (Zoology) completed at Massey University (NZ) and Master’s degree (University of Queensland) Amanda undertook her PhD with the CSIRO/UNE. In her current role Amanda has been researching remote and automated methods of monitoring behavioural changes in extensively kept livestock to identify welfare issues. Amanda can be contacted at .

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