Michelle Hebart

Dr Michelle Hebart

Lecturer

School of Animal and Veterinary Science

Faculty of Sciences

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Quantitative genetics of livestock

Genetics of lamb survival

Maternal productivity

 

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  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2017 Lecturer University of Adelaide, Adelaide
    2010 - 2015 Research Fellow University of Adelaide, Adelaide
    2007 - 2010 Research Scientist (Applied Genetics) South Australian Research and Development Institute
    2005 - 2007 Associate Lecturer University of Adelaide, Adelaide
    2003 - 2005 Research Officer South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    1998 - 2004 University of Adelaide, Adelaide Australia PhD
    1993 - 1997 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours)
  • Research Interests

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Morton, R., Hebart, M., Ankeny, R., & Whittaker, A. (2021). Assessing the uniformity of Australian animal protection law: a statutory comparison. Animals, 11(1), 1-36.
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    2021 Hebart, M. L., Herd, R. M., Oddy, V. H., Geiser, F., & Pitchford, W. S. (2021). Selection for lower residual feed intake in mice is accompanied by increased body fatness and lower activity but not lower metabolic rate. ANIMAL PRODUCTION SCIENCE, 61(13), 1303-1314.
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    2021 Marsh, L., Hutchinson, M., McLaughlan, C., Musolino, S., Hebart, M. L., Terry, R., . . . Whittaker, A. (2021). Evaluation of miRNA as biomarkers of emotional valence in pigs. Animals, 7(7), 1-19.
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    2021 Pedler, C., Nath, L., Agne, G. F., Hebart, M., & Franklin, S. (2021). Heritability estimates of atrial fibrillation in Thoroughbred racehorses in Hong Kong and Australia. JOURNAL OF VETERINARY CARDIOLOGY, 36, 115-122.
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    2021 Facy, M. L., Hebart, M. L., Oakey, H., McEwin, R. A., Popplewell, G. I., & Pitchford, W. S. (2021). Evaluation of dominance in tropically adapted composite beef cattle. Animal Production Science, 7 pages.
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    2021 Arbe Montoya, A., Hazel, S., Hebart, M. L., & McArthur, M. L. (2021). Risk factors associated with veterinary attrition from clinical practice: a descriptive study. Australian Veterinary Journal, 7 pages.
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    2021 McEwin, R. A., Hebart, M. L., Oakey, H., & Pitchford, W. S. (2021). Within-breed selection is sufficient to improve terminal crossbred beef marbling: A review of reciprocal recurrent genomic selection. Animal Production Science, 9 pages.
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    2021 Chapman, J. A., Hebart, M. L., & Brien, F. D. (2021). Growth, body composition and body wrinkle are favourably correlated with reproductive performance in 2-8-year-old Merino sheep. Animal Production Science, 11 pages.
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    2021 Pitchford, J. M., Jones, J., Hebart, M. L., & Pitchford, W. S. (2021). The use of Hereford sires over mature Angus dams can add value to Angus cattle herds. Animal Production Science, 8 pages.
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    2020 Hebart, M. L., Lee, S. J., & Pitchford, W. S. (2020). The benefits of carcass estimated breeding values for pasture-finished cattle are not as great as for long-fed cattle. Animal Production Science, 61(3), 326-332.
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    2020 Pitchford, W. S., Trotta, C. M., Hebart, M. L., Miller, S. M., & Rutley, D. L. (2020). Yield measurement is valuable for pricing beef carcasses. Animal Production Science, 61(3), 287-293.
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    2020 Flanagan, L. J., Bennett, T., Winslow, E., Hebart, M., Rutley, D., & Trengove, C. (2020). Potential predisposing factors for ecchymosis in the intercostal muscles of sheep carcases in South Australia. Animal Production Science, 61(3), 282-286.
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    2020 Nowland, T. L., Kind, K., Hebart, M. L., & Van Wettere, W. H. E. J. (2020). Caffeine supplementation at birth, but not 8 to 12 h post-birth, increased 24 h pre-weaning mortality in piglets.. Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience, 14(7), 1529-1535.
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    2020 Chartier, L., Hebart, M., Howarth, G., Whittaker, A., & Mashtoub, S. (2020). Affective state determination in a mouse model of colitis-associated colorectal cancer. PLoS ONE, 15(1), e0228413-1-e0228413-14.
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    2019 Hazel, S., Kogan, L., Montrose, V., Hebart, M., & Oxley, J. (2019). Restraint of dogs in vehicles in the US, UK and Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 170, 104714-1-104714-7.
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    2019 Glencorse, D., Plush, K., Hazel, S. J., D'Souza, D., & Hebart, M. (2019). Impact of Non-Confinement Accommodation on Farrowing Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Farrowing Crates Versus Pens. Animals, 9(11), 957.
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    2018 Ralph, C., Hebart, M., & Cronin, G. (2018). Enrichment in the sucker and weaner phase altered the performance of pigs in three behavioural tests. Animals, 8(5), 74-1-74-15.
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    2018 Seyfang, J., Ralph, C., Hebart, M., Tilbrook, A., & Kirkwood, R. (2018). Anogenital distance reflects the sex ratio of a gilt's birth litter and predicts her reproductive success. Journal of Animal Science, 96(9), 3856-3862.
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    2018 Morton, R., Hebart, M., & Whittaker, A. (2018). Increasing maximum penalties for animal welfare offences in South Australia– has it caused penal change?. Animals, 8(12), 236.
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    2018 Anderton, L., Accioly, J., Copping, K., Deland, M., Hebart, M., Herd, R., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent genotypes for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 7. Low-fat and low-RFI cows produce more liveweight and better gross margins than do high-fat and high-RFI cows when managed under the same conditions. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 103-116.
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    2018 Pitchford, W., Accioly, J., Banks, R., Barnes, A., Barwick, S., Copping, K., . . . Graham, J. (2018). Genesis, design and methods of the Beef CRC Maternal Productivity Project. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 20-32.
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    2018 Copping, K., Accioly, J., Deland, M., Edwards, N., Graham, J., Hebart, M., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent genotypes for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 3. Performance of mature cows. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 55-66.
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    2018 Jones, F., Accioly, J., Copping, K., Deland, M., Graham, J., Hebart, M., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent breeding values for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 1. Pregnancy rates of heifers differed between fat lines and were affected by weight and fat. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 33-42.
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    2018 Hebart, M., Accioly, J., Copping, K., Deland, M., Herd, R., Jones, F., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent breeding values for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 5. Cow genotype affects feed efficiency and maternal productivity. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 80-93.
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    2018 Laurence, M., Accioly, J., Copping, K., Deland, M., Graham, J., Hebart, M., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent genotypes for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 2. Body composition but not reproduction was affected in first-parity cows on both low and high levels of nutrition. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 43-54.
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    2018 Accioly, J., Copping, K., Deland, M., Hebart, M., Herd, R., Lee, S., . . . Pitchford, W. (2018). Divergent breeding values for fatness or residual feed intake in Angus cattle. 4. Fat EBVs' influence on fatness fluctuation and supplementary feeding requirements. Animal Production Science, 58(1), 67-79.
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    2017 Tamlin, V. S., Kessell, A. E., McCoy, R. J., Dobson, E. C., Smith, T. S., Hebart, M., . . . Peaston, A. E. (2017). Prevalence of exon 11 internal tandem duplications in the C-KIT proto-oncogene in Australian canine mast cell tumours. Ausralian Veterinary Journal, 95(10), 386-391.
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    2016 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., & Pitchford, W. (2016). The impact of selecting for increased ewe fat level on reproduction and its potential to reduce supplementary feeding in a commercial composite flock. Animal Production Science, 56(4), 698-707.
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    2016 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Fogarty, N., Hatcher, S., & Pitchford, W. (2016). Season and reproductive status rather than genetic factors influence change in ewe weight and fat over time. 4. Genetic relationships of ewe weight and fat score with fleece, reproduction and milk traits. Animal Production Science, 56(4), 708-715.
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    2016 Plush, K., Hebart, M., Brien, F., & Hynd, P. (2016). Variation in physiological profiles may explain breed differences in neonatal lamb thermoregulation. Animal Production Science, 56(4), 746-756.
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    2016 Plush, K., Brien, F., Hebart, M., & Hynd, P. (2016). Thermogenesis and physiological maturity in neonatal lambs: A unifying concept in lamb survival. Animal Production Science, 56(4), 736-745.
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    2016 Brean, M., Abraham, S., Hebart, M., & Kirkwood, R. (2016). Influence of parity of birth and suckled sows on piglet nasal mucosal colonization with Haemophilus parasuis. Canadian Veterinary Journal, 57(12), 1281-1283.
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    2014 Brien, F., Cloete, S., Fogarty, N., Greeff, J., Hebart, M., Hiendleder, S., . . . Miller, D. (2014). A review of the genetic and epigenetic factors affecting lamb survival. Animal Production Science, 54(6), 667-693.
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    2014 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Fogarty, N., Hatcher, S., & Pitchford, W. (2014). Season and reproductive status rather than genetic factors influence change in ewe weight and fat over time. 2. Spline analysis of crossbred ewes. Animal Production Science, 54(6), 814-820.
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    2014 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Mortimer, S., & Pitchford, W. (2014). Season and reproductive status rather than genetics factors influence change in ewe weight and fat over time. 3. Analysis of Merino ewes. Animal Production Science, 54(6), 821-830.
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    2014 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Fogarty, N., Hatcher, S., & Pitchford, W. (2014). Season and reproductive status rather than genetics factors influence change in ewe weight and fat over time. 1. Analysis of crossbred ewes. Animal Production Science, 54(6), 802-813.
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    2011 Plush, K., Hebart, M., Brien, F., & Hynd, P. (2011). The genetics of temperament in Merino sheep and relationships with lamb survival. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 134(3-4), 130-135.
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    2010 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., & Pitchford, W. (2010). Breeding to improve maternal efficiency and productivity in maternal sheep breeds. ANIMAL PRODUCTION SCIENCE, 50(11-12), XIX.
    2010 Herd, R. M., Accioly, J., Arthur, P. F., Copping, K., Deland, M., Donoghue, K., . . . Speijers, J. (2010). Cow maternal efficiency: “Giving the girls some credit”. Unknown Journal, 07(2).
    2010 Lennon, K., Hebart, M., Brien, F., & Hynd, P. (2010). Glucose profiles may explain breed differences in cold resistance in the new born lamb. ANIMAL PRODUCTION SCIENCE, 50(11-12), XXVIII.
    2010 Brien, F., Herbart, M., Smith, D., Hocking Edwards, J., Greeff, J., Hart, K., . . . Van Der Werf, J. (2010). Opportunities for genetic improvement of lamb survival. Animal Production Science, 50(12), 1017-1025.
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    2009 Hynd, P., Edwards, N., Hebart, M., McDowall, M., & Clark, S. (2009). Wool fibre crimp is determined by mitotic asymmetry and position of final keratinisation and not ortho- and para-cortical cell segmentation. Animal, 3(6), 838-843.
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    2009 Edwards, N., Hebart, M., & Hynd, P. (2009). Phenotypic and genotypic analysis of a barebreech trait in Merino sheep as a potential replacement for surgical mulesing. Animal Production Science, 49(1), 56-64.
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    2008 Wakefield, S., Lane, M., Schulz, S., Hebart, M., Thompson, J., & Mitchell, M. (2008). Maternal supply of omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids alter mechanisms involved in oocyte and early embryo development in the mouse. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 294(2), E425-E434.
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    2007 Toland, A., Hebart, M., Penno, N., & Hynd, P. (2007). Perinatal wool follicle attrition coincides with elevated perinatal circulating cortisol concentration in Merino sheep. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 58(7), 748-752.
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    2004 Hebart, M., Pitchford, W., Arthur, P., Archer, J., Herd, R., & Bottema, C. (2004). Effect of missing data on the estimate of average daily feed intake in beef cattle. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44(4-5), 415-421.
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  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2019 Morton, R., Hebart, M., & Whittaker, A. (2019). Reducing the Enforcement Gap in Animal Law - An Investigation into the Causes. In Australasia-Africa - International Society for Applied Ethology Regional Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
    2018 Morton, R., Hebart, M., & Whittaker, A. (2018). Amending Animal Welfare Laws in SA - Does it Work?. In Animal Law Education Workshop 2018. Sydney, Australia.
    2018 Hebart, M., & Brien, F. (2018). The genetics of lamb survival is different across different birth types. In Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production. online: WCGALP.
    2017 Kelly, O., Hebart, M., Brien, F., & Pitchford, W. (2017). Genetic correlations between lamb survival, birth weight, and gestation length differ between birth types. In Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics Vol. 22 (pp. 345-348). online: AAABG.
    2015 Hatcher, S., Brown, D., Brien, F., & Hebart, M. (2015). Genetic relationships between breech cover, wrinkle and lamb survival in Merino sheep. In Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics Vol. 21 (pp. 354-357). Online: AAABC.
    2012 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Fogarty, N., Hatcher, S., & Pitchford, W. (2012). Post-weaning weight is highly genetically correlated to adult ewe weights. In M. Friend, & G. Krebs (Eds.), Animal Production in Australia - The Proceedings of the 29th Biennial Conference of the Australian Society of Animal Production Vol. 29 (pp. 38). Online: The Australian Society of Animal Production.
    2011 Hocking Edwards, J., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Hinch, G., Hoad, J., Hart, K., . . . Bird-Gardiner, T. (2011). Genetic and phenotypic parameters for temperament in weaned lambs. In Proceedings of the 19th Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics Conference (pp. 163-166). Perth: Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
    2011 Lee, S., Donoghue, K., Hebart, M., & Pitchford, W. (2011). Milk and weight EBVS are associated with cow and calf gain during lactation but carcass EBVS are not. In Proceedings of the 19th Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics Conference (pp. 127-130). Perth: Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
    2011 Walkom, S., Verbyla, A., Brien, F., Hebart, M., & Pitchford, W. (2011). Partitioning genetic variance in composite sheep. In Proceedings of the 19th Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics (pp. 91-94). online: Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
    2009 Hebart, M., Brien, F., Jaensch, K., Smith, D., Walkom, S., & Grimson, R. (2009). Genetics of Reproductive Efficiency: A study of Merino Resource Flocks in South Australia. In Proceedings of the 9th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (pp. 1-4). Online: WCGAL.
    2009 Hebart, M., & Brien, F. (2009). Genetics of wool colour in the South Australia selection demonstration flocks. In Proceedings of the 18th Conference AAABG (pp. 500-503). Barossa Valley.
    2009 Walkom, S., Brien, F., Hebart, M., Greeff, J., Hopkins, D., & Pitchford, W. (2009). Meat quality in merino ram hoggets. In Proceedings of the 18th Conference AAABG (pp. 496-499). Barossa Valley.
    2009 Truran, S., Deland, M., Hebart, M., Verbyla, A., & Pitchford, W. (2009). Genotype x environment interactions identified in southern Australian beef production. In Proceedings of the 18th Conference AAABG (pp. 660-663). Barossa Valley.
    2009 Lennon, K., Hebart, M., Hynd, P., & Brien, F. (2009). The genetics of temperament traits in merino sheep. In Proceedings of the 18th Conference AAABG (pp. 96-99). Australia: AAABG.
    2009 Brien, F., Hebart, M., Hocking Edwards, J., Greeff, J., Hart, K., Refshauge, G., . . . Van Der Werf, J. (2009). Genetics of lamb survival: Preliminary studies of the information nucleus flock. In Proceedings of the 18th Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics (pp. 108-111). Online: AAABG.
    2009 Lennon, K., Hebart, M., & Hynd, P. (2009). Physiological response to isolation in Merino ewes of differing temperament. In Proceedings of the 43rd Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (pp. 0 pages). Online: International Society for Applied Ethology.
    2007 McDowall, M., McGrice, H., Penno, N., Nattrass, G., Hebart, M., & Hynd, P. (2007). Activin A and Follistatin influence hair follicle development in mice. In Proceedings of the fifth International Congress of Hair Research. Vancouver Canada.
    2007 McGrice, H., Nattrass, G., Hebart, M., Bottema, C., & Hynd, P. (2007). Expression of ectodysplasin A1 and ectodysplasin receptor in initiating primary wool follicles. In Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Hair Research (pp. 0 pages). Vancouver Canada.
    2006 Hebart, M., Penno, N., & Hynd, P. (2006). Understanding the Bare Breech Phenotype. In Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, 13-18 August, 2006: 4p. (pp. 4 p (4 pages)). Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil).
    2006 Kemper, K., Hebart, M., Brien, F., Jaensch, K., Smith, D., & Grimson, R. (2006). Genetic trends achieved under industry control for different selection strategies in Australian Merinos. In Volume 34 of Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (pp. 13-18). Brazil: World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production.
    2005 Edwards, N., Masters, D., Barrett-Lennard, E., Hebart, M., McCaskill, M., King, W., & Mason, W. (2005). Profitable and sustainable grazing systems for livestock producers with saline land in southern Australia. In Pastoral systems in marginal environments: proceedings (pp. 204). Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
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    2005 Hebart, M., Edwards, N., Abraham, E., & Craig, A. (2005). The biodiversity value of 'improved' and 'unimproved' saline agricultural land and adjacent remnant vegetation in South Australia. In Pastoral systems in marginal environments: proceedings (pp. 131 (0 pages)). The Netherlands: Wageningen Press.
    2005 Hebart, M., Edwards, N., Craig, A., Abraham, E., McFarlane, J., & Hocking Edwards, J. (2005). Urea applied to puccinellia-based pastures increases pasture and sheep production. In 20th International Grassland Congress (pp. 149 (0 pages)). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic.
    2005 Deland, M., Siebert, B., Graham, J., & Hebart, M. (2005). Sire selection for yield or intramuscular fat and beef quality. In Proceedings of the sixteenth conference: application of new genetic technologies to animal breeding (pp. 381-384). Victoria: Csiro Publishing.
    2005 Brien, F., Jaensch, K., Grimson, R., Kemper, K., Smith, D., Hebart, M., & Ramsay, A. (2005). Selection demonstration flocks - What have we learnt?. In Proceedings of the sixteenth conference: Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics (pp. 322-325). Victoria: Csiro Publishing.
    2001 Hebart, M., Bottema, C., & Pitchford, W. (2001). Mapping quantitative trait loci for feed efficiency in mice - a preliminary analysis. In Neville Jepson (Ed.), Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics (pp. 179-182). AUSTRALIA: AAABG DISTRIBUTION SERVICE.
  • Conference Items

    Year Citation
    2016 Kelly, O., Hebart, M., Brien, F., & Pitchford, W. (2016). Lamb survival should be considered separate genetic traits across different birth types. Poster session presented at the meeting of Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production. Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
  • Working Paper

    Year Citation
    2018 Pereira Santos, L., Gallacher, K., Bester, L., Schaaf, O., & Hebart, M. (2018). Analgesic efficacy of ultrasound-guided transverse abdominis plane block in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy.
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  • Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2020 Co-Supervisor Using existing private data set containing both genotypes and phenotypes for growth, fertility, carcase and novel traits investigate heterosis and effects of sperm traits in composite cattle. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Maddie Louise Facy
    2020 Co-Supervisor Heifer development and management Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Jena Gianna Alexopoulos
    2019 Co-Supervisor Investigation of the Enforcement Gap in Animal Law Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Rochelle Morton
    2019 Co-Supervisor Long term effects of maternal amino acid supplementation on Merino twin lambs Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Leesa-Joy Flanagan
  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2017 - 2021 Co-Supervisor Genomic Selection for High Quality Beef Production Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Rudi Adrianna McEwin
    2010 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Breeding for robustness in maternal sheep breeds Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Samuel Felix Walkom
    2008 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Metabolic maturity and vigour in neonatal lambs, and subsequent impacts on thermoregulation and survival Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Kate Plush
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  • Committee Memberships

    Date Role Committee Institution Country
    2017 - ongoing Member Animal and Veterinary Science HDR University of Adelaide Australia
  • Position: Lecturer
  • Phone: 83137696
  • Email: michelle.hebart@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8313 7975
  • Campus: Roseworthy
  • Building: J.S. Davies, floor G
  • Room: G 10
  • Org Unit: School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences

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