- MI2011: Microbial Diversity (Level 2; TSV)
- TV2001: Integrated Animal Structure and Function 1 (Level 2; TSV)
- TV3001: Transitions from Health to Disease 1 (Level 3; TSV)
- TV3002: Transitions from Health to Disease 2 (Level 3; TSV)
- TV5005: Veterinary Clinical and Professional Practice Part 1 of 4 (Level 5; TSV)
- TV5006: Veterinary Clinical and Professional Practice Part 2 of 4 (Level 5; TSV)
- TV5007: Veterinary Clinical and Professional Practice Part 3 of 4 (Level 5; TSV)
- TV5008: Veterinary Clinical and Professional Practice Part 4 of 4 (Level 5; TSV)
- Research interests include, but are not limited to, host parasite relationship, particularly in GIT helminth infections and ectoparasites infestations, development of serological test for the diagnosis pf Parasitic diseases etc.
- 2009 to 2013 - Lecturer, James Cook University (Townsville, Australia)
- 2005 to 2008 - Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)
- 1999 to 2004 - PhD Candidate, Osaka Prefecture University (Osaka, Japan)
- 1991 to 1999 - Lecturer, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Bucharest, Romania)
- Research Disciplines
Constantin Constantinoiu graduated the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania in 1990 and finished his PhD at Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan in 2004. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow (2005-2008) with the School of Veterinary Science from University of Queensland and Animal Research Institute (Yeerongpilly) from Department of Primary Industries, Queensland. From 2009 he has been working with the School of Veterinary and Biomedicine Sciences from James Cook University as a lecturer in Veterinary Parasitology.
- 2013 - 3 Min Research competition, Faculty stage
- 2012 - First Prize on Microscopy Image Competition, North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences
- 2009 - First Prize on Microscopy Image Competition, North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences
- 2008 - Honorable Mention, Olympus BioScapes International Digital Image Competition http://www.olympusbioscapes.com/gallery/2008/
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU. Hover over Altmetrics badges to see social impact.
- Journal Articles
- Chakma S, Picard J, Duffy R, Constantinoiu C and Gummow B (2016) A survey of zoonotic pathogens carried by non-indigenous rodents at the interface of the wet tropics of North Queensland, Australia. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 64 (1). pp. 185-193
- Constantinoiu C, Goullet M, Constantinoiu E and Scott J (2015) Mucosal tolerance of the hookworm Ancylostoma caninum in the gut of naturally infected wild dogs. Parasite Immunology, 37 (10). pp. 510-520
- Gorle A, Feterl M, Warner J, Primrose S, Constantinoiu C, Keene F and Collins J (2015) Mononuclear polypyridylruthenium(II) complexes with high membrane permeability in gram-negative bacteria—in particular Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Chemistry: a European journal, 21 (29). pp. 10472-10481
- Phie J, Haleagrahara N, Newton P, Constantinoiu C, Sarnyai Z, Chilton L and Kinobe R (2015) Prolonged subcutaneous administration of oxytocin accelerates angiotensin II-induced hypertension and renal damage in male rats. PLoS ONE, 10 (9). pp. 1-19
- Prasertsincharoen N, Constantinoiu C, Gardiner C, Warner J and Elliman J (2015) Effects of colonization of the roots of domestic rice (Oryza sativa L. cv. Amaroo) by Burkholderia pseudomallei. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81 (13). pp. 4368-4375
- Trujillo González A, Constantinoiu C, Rowe R and Hutson K (2015) Tracking transparent monogenean parasites on fish from infection to maturity. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 4 (3). pp. 316-322
- Trujillo-González A, Johnson L, Constantinoiu C and Hutson K (2015) Histopathology associated with haptor attachment of the ectoparasitic monogenean Neobenedenia sp. (Capsalidae) to barramundi, Lates calcarifer (Bloch). Journal of Fish Diseases, 38 (12). pp. 1063-1067
- Jonsson N, Piper E and Constantinoiu C (2014) Host resistance in cattle to infestation with the cattle tick Rhipicephalus microplus. Parasite Immunology, 36 (11). pp. 553-559
- Constantinoiu C, Jonsson N, Jorgensen W, Jackson L, Piper E and Lew A (2013) Immuno-fluorescence staining patterns of leukocyte subsets in the skin of taurine and indicine cattle. Research in Veterinary Science, 95 (3). pp. 854-860
- Vidanarachchi J, Mikkelsen L, Constantinoiu C, Choct M and Iji P (2013) Natural plant extracts and prebiotic compounds as alternatives to antibiotics in broiler chicken diets in a necrotic enteritis challenge model. Animal Production Science, 53 (12). pp. 1247-1259
- Constantinoiu C, Molloy J, Jorgensen W and Coleman G (2011) Characterization of the antibody response in birds following infection with wild-type and attenuated strains of Eimeria tenella and Eimeria necatrix. Veterinary Parasitology, 175 (1-2). pp. 47-51
- Conference Papers
- Constantinoiu C and De Cat S (2015) Lack of efficacy of monepantel against Haemonchus contortus and Trichostrongylus spp in small ruminants. Proceedings of the 4th AVA/NZVA Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference. 24-29 May 2015, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
ResearchOnline@JCU stores 25+ research outputs authored by Dr Constantin Constantinoiu from 2003 onwards.
- Current Funding
Current and recent Research Funding to JCU is shown by funding source and project.
QLD Department of Science, Information, Technology and Innovation - Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships
Improving tick-resistance in beef cattle
- Indicative Funding
- $15,000 over 2 years (administered by University of Queensland)
- Rhipicephalus australis (cattle tick) is an economically important tick for cattle industry in Australia with losses estimated at more than 146 million dollars per year. Cattle manifest a considerable variability in resistance to R. australis. The study intends to identify biomarkers that will allow the identification of tick resistant cattle. Exosomes have been used to identify biomarkers for the prediction of human diseases. Exosomes of cattle resistant or susceptible to tick infestation will be examined and compared to identify biomarkers for tick resistance.
- Constantin Constantinoiu, Murray Mitchell, Ala Lew-Tabor, Russell Lyons and Nick Cameron in collaboration with Michael McGowan (College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences, The University of Queensland and Nindooinbah Pty Ltd)
- Rhipicephalus australis - Ixodidae; Beef Cattle; Tick Resistance
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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.
- Penaeus merguiensis hepandensovirus nuclear location signals and their potential inhibition. (PhD, Secondary Advisor)
- Studies in the Ecology and Biocontrol of Burkholderia Pseudomallei (PhD, Secondary Advisor)
- The Nutritional and Anthelmintic Effects of Calliandra Calothyrsus Condensed Tannin in the Gastrointestinal Tract of Merino Sheep (2016, PhD, Secondary Advisor)
- Behaviour, histopathology and immunobiology: interactions between the ectoparasite Neobenedenia (Monogenea: Capsalidae) and its host, Lates calcarifer (Perciformes: Latidae) (2015, Masters, Secondary Advisor)
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- Trujillo Gonzalez, A. (2015) Interactions between Neobenedenia (monogenea- capsalidae) and its host, Lates calcarifer (perciformes- latidae). James Cook University
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