About Associate Professor Cameron Edward Fisher Clark

After spending 5 years as a Dairy NZ farm systems scientist in New Zealand, Associate Professor Cameron Clark has returned home to the University of Sydney where he completed his PhD in dairy cow physiology. Associate Professor Clark's research interests include areas related to the use of sensor data and livestock behaviour to increase feed use efficiency, and to detect reduced health earlier than conventional methods.

Associate Professor Cameron Clark is an Associate Professor in Ruminant Health at the School of Life and Environmental Sciences.  He is also a member of the Sydney Instutite of Agriculture, the Charles Perkins Centre and the China Studies Centre.

For more information about Associate Professor Cameron Clark refer to his Academic Profile Online.