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  • 2012 - Queensland Smart Futures Research Fellowship

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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 33+ research outputs authored by Dr Terry Miller from 2013 onwards.

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FinFish Enterprise Pty Ltd - Contract Research

Development of Preventative Vacing and iRNA to prevent Viral Nervous Necrosis in giant QLD grouper

Indicative Funding
$55,000 over 2 years
The project will develop and test the effectiveness of a vaccine and dsRNA to prevent the disease Viral Nervous Necrosis in giant groper Epinephalus lanceolatus. Expected outcomes: (1) Collection of genome sequence information on the Betanodavirus strains causing VNN in grouper; (2) Validation of a qPCR which detects and provides a number of viral copies of Betanodavirus; (3) Production of a recombinantly expressed Betanodavirus capsid protein; (4) Production of a Betanodavirus vaccine and dsRNA constructs to prevent VNN disease; (5) Assessment of the effectiveness of the Betanodavirus vaccine and dsRNA constructs in preventing VNN disease.
Kelly Condon, Leigh Owens and Terry Miller in collaboration with Adam Reynolds and Richard Knuckey (College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences, College of Science & Engineering and Finfish Enterprise Pty Ltd)
Epinephalus lanceolatus; family Serranidae

Fisheries Research & Development Corporation - Research & Development Funding - Research Grant

Aquatic animal health subprogram: Strategic approaches to identifying pathogens of quarantine concern associated with the importation of ornamental fish

Indicative Funding
$46,338 over 2 years (administered by University of Sydney)
Nearly 18 million ornamental fish are imported annually under a policy based on an Import Risk Assessment published in 1999. Despite quarantine, there have been several incidents of exotic pathogens from ornamental fish affecting wild and farmed fish populations. There is a need to acquire new knowledge to support policy reform as the ornamental fish industry advances and new pathogens emerge. The direct result of this project will be accurate and comprehensive information concerning the nationally and internationally significant pathogens carried by ornamental fish entering Australia.
John Becker, M Crane, N Dhand, Paul Hick, Kate Hutson, Terry Miller, Andrew Robinson, Fran Stephens, J Toribio and R Whittington (The University of Sydney, Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation, College of Science & Engineering, The University of Melbourne and Agriculture Western Australia)
Ornamental Fish; Biosecurity; Aquatic Animal Health; parasites; Quarantine; pathogens

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  • Detection, prevention and management of Viral Encaphalopathy and Retinopathy in cultured tropical grouper E.coioides and E.lanceolatus (PhD , Secondary Advisor)

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