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Dr. Susan Hazel

Senior Lecturer

Susan Hazel graduated last century as a veterinarian from the University of Sydney. Following graduation she worked in private practice before completing a PhD, postdoctoral positions in Sweden and Sydney, then working in medical research and public health. In 2006 Susan took up her current position teaching animal behaviour, welfare & ethics at the School of Animal & Veterinary Sciences. The focus of her research is in understanding animal behaviour and using this to enhance human-animal interactions and improve human and animal welfare. Susan developed the new BSc(Animal Behaviour) at the University of Adelaide, and is the current Program Coordinator. Susan is on the Dog & Cat Management Board of SA, on the board of RSPCA SA, a member of the Animal Welfare Advisory Committee of SA and a Scientific Advisor for the Center for Companion Animal Welfare, University of Copenhagen Denmark.

More information: https://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/susan.hazel