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Clive Phillips

Clive Phillips PhD is an Associate at the Curtin University Sustainable Policy Institute, whose research interests include the welfare of farmed, companion and captive wild animals.  He was formerly Director of the Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics in the School of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland, and has been a member of the Voiceless Scientific Expert Advisory Council since 2009.

Clive has a PhD in dairy cattle nutrition and behaviour from the University of Glasgow. He has held teaching positions at the University of Wales, Bangor and the University of Cambridge’s veterinary science department, conducting research into cattle and sheep welfare. In 2003 he immigrated to Australia to hold the inaugural Chair in Animal Welfare at the University of Queensland. He established the Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics at UQ, which conducts research on the welfare of zoo and farmed animals and the ethics of animal use.

Clive is the Chair of the Queensland government’s Animal Welfare Advisory Board. He has published over 150 articles on animal welfare and management in scientific journals and is the author or editor of 9 books including a book series for Springer on the welfare of animals.

Clive was the winner of the 2012 Voiceless Eureka Prize for Scientific Research that Contributes to Animal Protection and he is published regularly on The Conversation. His most recent book The Animal Trade was published in 2015.

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