Biosecurity Extension Officer
Dr Emily Buddle is an Affiliate Associate Lecturer in the School of Humanities, and works within the agricultural industry as an extension manager with Animal Health Australia. Her research is scholarly, interdisciplinary, and applied as demonstrated by her findings being applicable and readily accessible to the relevant agricultural industry sector.
Emily has a Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences with Honours from the University of Adelaide, a Graduate Certificate in Internet Communications from Curtin University and a PhD from the University of Adelaide with a thesis titled "Australian Meat Consumers' Understandings of Farm Animal Welfare".
In her spare time, Emily is a sheep, beef cattle and grains producer with her husband in the lower mid-north region of South Australia.