Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Animal and Veterinary Science
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Georgia Moloney is a veterinarian and PhD candidate at The University of Adelaide in the field of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. Her PhD research is focused on the development of novel detection methods to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
Georgia's research is focused predominately on the illegal wildlife trade, with a strong interest in the design of detection tools and evaluating the impact of the trade on One Health.
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2022 The University of Adelaide Australia PhD in Animal and Veterinary Sciences 2019 - 2021 The University of Adelaide Australia Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 2016 - 2018 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience)
Date Title Institution name Country 2022 Research Training Program Stipend The University of Adelaide -
Year Citation 2023 Moloney, G. K., Gossé, K. J., Bi, S. G., Gaubert, P., & Chaber, A. -L. (2023). Is Social Media the New Wet Market? Social Media Platforms Facilitate the Online Sale of Bushmeat in West Africa. One Health, 16, 9 pages.
2021 Moloney, G. K., Tuke, J., Dal Grande, E., Nielsen, T., & Chaber, A. -L. (2021). Is YouTube promoting the exotic pet trade? Analysis of the global public perception of popular YouTube videos featuring threatened exotic animals.. PloS one, 16(4), e0235451.
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- Moloney, G., Tuke, J., Dal Grande, E., Nielsen, T., & Chaber, A. -L. (n.d.). Is YouTube<sup>®</sup> promoting the exotic pet trade? Analysis of the global public perception of popular YouTube<sup>®</sup> videos featuring threatened exotic animals.
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