BSc (Vet) BVSc PhD Grad Dipl Vet Clin Stud Grad Cert (Higher Ed) MASM MASID
Katrina is Associate Professor in Veterinary Microbiology in the Sydney School of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. Her teaching within the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree is centred on the pathogenesis of infectious diseases (including those considered zoonotic) and the biosecurity practices associated with controlling and preventing those diseases. Her current research projects follow the same themes with a general interest in zoonotic diseases and bovine mastitis. Her true passion however is all things concerning Coxiella burnetii and she is involved in many projects investigating this intriguing pathogen in a wide variety of species including Q fever in humans.