Dr Elizabeth Ross

Elizabeth grew up with a family background in agriculture and has followed that passion throughout her career. She studied Animal Science at La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia) before going on to complete a PhD where she developed the first ever application of microbiome predictions and applied them to identify low methane producing animals.  Since joining the University of Queensland in 2017 she has published over 40 peer reviewed publications and secured over $6Mil in grant funding as lead investigator. She currently leads a team of postdocs and students that are applying cutting edge biotechnology solutions to the problems that face agriculture today and into the future.

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