Dr Anthony Chamings is a veterinarian and a postdoctoral research fellow at Geelong Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases and Deakin University, Geelong, Australia. He is an early-career researcher in the laboratory pillar of APPRISE.
Dr Chamings research interest is in One Health – how the health of the environment, people and animals interact as a complete system. He has investigated a number of infectious diseases in birds including commercial birds, pets and wild birds.
- Exploring the cause of diarrhoea and poor growth in 8–11-week-old pigs from an Australian pig herd using metagenomic sequencing
- An increased ratio of SARS-CoV-2 positive to negative sense genomic and subgenomic RNAs within routine diagnostic upper respiratory tract swabs may be a marker of virion shedding [preprint]
- Infection dynamics of swine influenza virus in a Danish pig herd reveals recurrent infections with different variants of the H1N2 swine influenza A virus subtype
- Metagenomic characterisation of avian parvoviruses and picornaviruses from Australian wild ducks
- Detection of a reassortant H9N2 Avian Influenza virus with intercontinental gene segments in a resident Australian Chestnut Teal
- An emerging human parechovirus type 5 causing sepsis-like illness in infants in Australia
- Evolutionary analysis of human parechovirus type 3 and clinical outcomes of infection during the 2017-18 Australian epidemic
- Detection and characterisation of canine astrovirus, canine parvovirus and canine papillomavirus in puppies using next generation sequencing
- Metagenomics detection and characterisation of viruses in faecal samples from Australian wild birds