The University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Paul Hemsworth is a professor at the University of Melbourne and is Director of the Animal Welfare Science Centre, a joint centre of The University of Melbourne, Monash University, the Department of Primary Industries (Victoria) and The Ohio State University. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Animal Science, The Ohio State University. Paul is most recognised internationally for his research on the role of human-animal interactions on farm animal welfare and productivity. He has also collaborated with numerous colleagues studying the influence of a wide range of husbandry and housing systems on farm animal welfare and productivity. Paul has more than 150 peer-reviewed full publications and he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate subjects on animal behaviour and animal welfare at the University of Melbourne.
Presentations this author is a contributor to:
Development of a practical ‘fear of humans’ test for sheep in extensive systems (#250)
Ellen C Jongman
CONCURRENT SESSION: Applied ethology: Exploring our impact on animals (Symposium)
The effects of environmental enrichment on broiler chicken behaviour (#562)
Peta S Taylor
CONCURRENT SESSION: Applied ethology / Human influences on behaviour: climate change, habitat alteration, etc.