BSc(Hons): Griffith University 1984; PhD: Griffith University (1989); Postdoctoral Training: Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada (1989-1991); Institute for Molecular Medicine, Oxford, UK (1992-1996)
Position: 
Associate Professor, School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences (20%), and Director, Australian Equine Genetics Research Centre (80%)
Room: 
719
Biography: 

Ann Trezise completed her PhD at Griffith University in Brisbane in 1989, on the molecular evolution of primate alcohol dehydrogenase genes.  She held postdoctoral fellowships, awarded by the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada (1989-1992), and the Beit Memorial Trust for Medical Research at the Institute for Molecular Medicine in Oxford, UK (1992-1996), where she was involved in characterising the expression and regulation of the gene defective in Cystic Fibrosis (CFTR).  She was appointed as a Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland in 2000.  In 2006, she was appointed as Associate Professor and Director of the Australian Equine Genetics Research Centre.  Her research publications have been cited over 1,700 times and she has been awarded over $37M in research funding.  Her current research interests include the regulation of gene expression and applied research in horse genetics supporting the Australian Horse Racing and Breeding Industry.

Funded Projects: 

2009 - 2019:  Trezise, AEO; Agreement between the University of Queensland, Australian Jockey Club Ltd and Victoria Racing Club Ltd, $35M

Teaching: 

Second year Dentistry (Genetics)

Third year Human Molecular Genetics

Significant Professional Activities and Awards: 

2010  -  Elected International Chair of the ISAG Equine Genetics and Thoroughbred Parentage Testing 
            Standardization Committee (ISAG, International Society for Animal Genetics)

2006  -  Elected as a Member of the ISAG Equine Genetics and Thoroughbred Parentage Testing
             Standardization Committee

1997  -  British Heart Foundation Travelling Fellow

1997  -  Visiting Fellow, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

1994  -  Junior Research Fellowship at Wolfson College, Oxford.

1992  -  Beit Memorial Trust Postdoctoral Fellowship.

1989  -  Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship.

1984  -  Australian Commonwealth Postgraduate Research Scholarship.

Selected Publications: