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Viv Perry

Viv Perry
Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

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Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2016 - 2018 Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science University of Nottingham, Nottingham
2011 - 2016 Associate Professor University of Nottingham
2010 - 2018 Director Queensland Sperm Morphology Laboratory and Ruminant Reproduction Research Centre

Language Competencies

Language Competency
English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
University of Queensland Australia PhD

Certifications

Date Title Institution name Country
Postgraduate Certificate in Tertiary Education University of Queensland

Research Interests

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Copping, K., Ruiz-Diaz, M., Rutland, C., Mongan, N., Callaghan, M., McMillen, I., . . . Perry, V. (2018). Peri-conception and first trimester diet modifies reproductive development in bulls. Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 30(5), 703-720.
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2018 Fainberg, H., Birtwistle, M., Alagal, R., Alhaddad, A., Pope, M., Davies, G., . . . Symonds, M. (2018). Transcriptional analysis of adipose tissue during development reveals depot-specific responsiveness to maternal dietary supplementation. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 11 pages.
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2018 Hernandez-Medrano, J., Copping, K., Hoare, A., Wapanaar, W., Grivell, R., Kuchel, T., . . . Perry, V. (2018). Correction: Gestational dietary protein is associated with sex specific decrease in blood flow, fetal heart growth and postnatal blood pressure of progeny (PLoS ONE (2015) 10:4 (e0125694) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125694). PLoS ONE, 13(5).
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2017 Miguel-Pacheco, G., Curtain, L., Rutland, C., Knott, L., Norman, S., Phillips, N., & Perry, V. (2017). Increased dietary protein in the second trimester of gestation increases live weight gain and carcass composition in weaner calves to 6 months of age. Animal, 11(6), 991-999.
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2017 Henry, B., Pope, M., Birtwistle, M., Loughnan, R., Alagal, R., Fuller-Jackson, J. -P., . . . Symonds, M. (2017). Ontogeny and Thermogenic Role for Sternal Fat in Female Sheep.. Endocrinology, 158(7), 2212-2225.
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2016 Alvarenga, T., Copping, K., Han, X., Clayton, E., Meyer, R., Rodgers, R., . . . Geesink, G. (2016). The influence of peri-conception and first trimester dietary restriction of protein in cattle on meat quality traits of entire male progeny. Meat Science, 121, 141-147.
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2016 Callaghan, M., McAuliffe, P., Rodgers, R., Hernandez-Medrano, J., & Perry, V. (2016). Subacute ruminal acidosis reduces sperm quality in beef bulls. Journal of Animal Science, 94(8), 3215-3228.
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2016 Sinclair, K., Rutherford, K., Wallace, J., Brameld, J., Stöger, R., Alberio, R., . . . Dwyer, C. (2016). Epigenetics and developmental programming of welfare and production traits in farm animals. Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 28(10), 1443-1478.
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2015 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., Kennaway, D., Hernandez-Medrano, J., & Perry, V. (2015). Maternal endocrine adaptation throughout pregnancy to nutrient manipulation: consequences for sexually dimorphic programming of thyroid hormones and development of their progeny. Theriogenology, 83(4), 604-615.
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2015 Hernandez-Medrano, J., Copping, K., Hoare, A., Wapanaar, W., Grivell, R., Kuchel, T., . . . Perry, V. (2015). Gestational dietary protein is associated with sex specific decrease in blood flow, fetal heart growth and post-natal blood pressure of progeny. PLoS One, 10(4), e0125694-1-e0125694-17.
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2014 Copping, K. J., Hoare, A., Callaghan, M., McMillen, I. C., Rodgers, R. J., & Perry, V. E. A. (2014). Fetal programming in 2-year-old calving heifers: peri-conception and first trimester protein restriction alters fetal growth in a gender-specific manner. Animal Production Science, 54(9), 1333-1337.
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2011 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., McMillen, I., Gentili, S., & Perry, V. (2011). Protein intake during gestation affects postnatal bovine skeletal muscle growth and relative expression of IGF1, IGF1R, IGF2 and IGF2R. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 332(1-2), 234-241.
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2011 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., McMillen, I., Gentili, S., & Perry, V. (2011). Heifer nutrient intake during early- and mid-gestation programs adult offspring adiposity and mRNA expression of growth-related genes in adipose depots. Reproduction, 141(5), 697-706.
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2010 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., Gatford, K., Owens, J., & Perry, V. (2010). Nutrient intake in the bovine during early and mid-gestation causes sex-specific changes in progeny plasma IGF-I, liveweight, height and carcass traits. Animal Reproduction Science, 121(3-4), 208-217.
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2010 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Greer, R., & Perry, V. (2010). Dietary manipulation of Bos indicus × heifers during gestation affects the prepubertal reproductive development of their bull calves. Animal Reproduction Science, 118(2-4), 131-139.
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2010 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., Rolls, P., Hasell, B., Greer, R., Norman, S., & Perry, V. (2010). Dystocia in 3-year-old beef heifers; Relationship to maternal nutrient intake during early- and mid-gestation, pelvic area and hormonal indicators of placental function. Animal Reproduction Science, 118(2-4), 163-170.
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2010 Micke, G., Sullivan, T., Soares Magalhaes, R., Rolls, P., Norman, S., & Perry, V. (2010). Heifer nutrition during early- and mid-pregnancy alters fetal growth trajectory and birth weight. Animal Reproduction Science, 117(1-2), 1-10.
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2009 Prodoehl, M., Irving-Rodgers, H., Bonner, W., Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Gibson, M., . . . Rodgers, R. (2009). Fibrillins and latent TGFβ binding proteins in bovine ovaries of offspring following high or low protein diets during pregnancy of dams. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 307(1-2), 133-141.
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2009 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Magalhaes, R., Martin, G., Wallace, C., Green, J., & Perry, V. (2009). Dietary Protein During Gestation Affects Circulating Indicators of Placental Function and Fetal Development in Heifers. Placenta, 30(4), 348-354.
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2009 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Perkins, N., Martin, G., Wallace, C., Gatford, K., . . . Perry, V. (2009). Dietary protein during gestation affects maternal IGF, IGFBP, leptin concentrations, and fetal growth in heifers. Journal of Animal Science, 87(10), 3304-3316.
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2009 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Greer, R., Irving-Rodgers, H., Rodgers, R., & Perry, V. (2009). Dietary manipulation of Bos indicus x heifers during gestation affects the reproductive development of their heifer calves. Reproduction Fertility and Development, 21(6), 773-784.
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2009 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., & Perry, V. (2009). Influences of diet during gestation on potential postpartum reproductive performance and milk production of beef heifers. Theriogenology, 72(9), 1202-1214.
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2009 Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Magalhaes, R., Phillips, N., & Perry, V. (2009). Dietary protein during gestation affects placental development in heifers. Theriogenology, 72(4), 427-438.
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2006 Fordyce, G., Entwistle, K., Norman, S., Perry, V., Gardiner, B., & Fordyce, P. (2006). Standardising bull breeding soundness evaluations and reporting in Australia. Theriogenology, 66(5), 1140-1148.
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2002 Perry, V., Norman, S., Daniel, R., Owens, P., Grant, P., & Doogan, V. (2002). Insulin-like growth factor levels during pregnancy in the cow are affected by protein supplementation in the maternal diet. Animal Reproduction Science, 72(1-2), 1-10.
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2001 Wade, C. M., Bertram, J. D., Pullen, B., & Perry, V. E. (2001). Heritability of mating behaviour traits in beef bulls. Wade, CM; Bertram, JD; Pullen, B; Perry, V. AAAGB Conference Proceedings, 14(http://www.aaabg.org/livestocklibrary/2001/ab01080.pdf).
1999 Perry, V., Norman, S., Owens, J., Daniel, R., & Phillips, N. (1999). Low dietary protein during early pregnancy alters bovine placental development. Animal Reproduction Science, 55(1), 13-21.
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1995 CUSACK, P., & PERRY, V. (1995). The effect of feeding whole cottonseed on the fertility of bulls. Australian Veterinary Journal, 72(12), 463-466.
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1991 Perry, V., Chenoweth, P., Post, T., & Munro, R. (1991). Patterns of development of gonads, sex-drive and hormonal responses in tropical beef bulls. Theriogenology, 35(2), 473-486.
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1990 Perry, V., Chenoweth, P., Post, T., & Munro, R. (1990). Fertility indices for beef bulls.. Australian veterinary journal, 67(1), 13-16.
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1990 Perry, V., Munro, R., Chenoweth, P., Bodero, D., & Post, T. (1990). Relationships among bovine male and female reproductive traits.. Australian veterinary journal, 67(1), 4-5.
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Conference Papers

Year Citation
2008 Irving-Rodgers, H., Papps, D., Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Bonner, W., Marinkovic, M., . . . Perry, V. (2008). The effect maternal dietary protein on the health of bovine ovarian follicles in mature offspring. In BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION Vol. 78 (pp. 287-288). Kailua Kona, HI: SOC STUDY REPRODUCTION.
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2008 Rodgers, R., Prodoehl, M., Irving-Rodgers, H., Sullivan, T., Micke, G., Bonner, W., . . . Perry, V. (2008). Effect of diet in pregnancy on the expression of genes involved in TGF-beta superfamily bioavailability in the bovine ovarian cortex of female offspring. In BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION Vol. 78 (pp. 111). Kona, HI: SOC STUDY REPRODUCTION.
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Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2012 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Fetal Programming in Cattle: The Effects of Varying Maternal Protein Intake in Adolescent Beef Heifers on Fetal and Postnatal Growth and Development of the Calf Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Katrina Joan Copping
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