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Scott Leslie O'Neill

Specialist In Invertebrate Endosymbionts and Head

The University of Queensland

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The University of Queensland

Herston Road

Herston, Queensland,4006

Australia

Company Description

The University of Queensland's School of Chemical Engineering is one of Australia's premier engineering schools, bringing together some of the world's leading engineering researchers. The highest priority is placed on strengthening our research expertise, pe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Dean of Science

The Monash Research Graduate School


Affiliations

Australian Academy of Science

Elected Fellow


American Association for the Advancement of Science

Elected Fellow


American Society for Microbiology

Elected Fellow


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Postdoctoral Fellow


Education

BSc

University of Sydney


PhD

Entomology

The University of Queensland


Web References(113 Total References)


Culex Environmental - Mosquito Management: Home

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"'It will be particularly interesting to see if Wolbachia infections can interfere with mosquito transmission of the major human pathogens like Plasmodium' -- the causative agent of malaria -- 'and dengue viruses,'" according to Scott O'Neill of the University of Queensland (Bland, 10/1).


Speaker-Epidemics5: Fifth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics : Speakers

www.epidemics.elsevier.com [cached]

Prof. Scott O'Neill,Monash University, Australia
Scott O'Neill obtained his PhD in Entomology from The University of Queensland in 1989 before moving to the University of Illinois as a postdoc. From Illinois he joined the Faculty at Yale University where he became the Head of the Section of Vector Biology before returning to Australia and the University of Queensland. At UQ he was Head of the Zoology Department and then Head of the School of Biological Sciences. In 2011 he joined Monash University as the Dean of Science.


www.eliminatedengue.com

Prof. Scott O'Neill, Program Leader
Professor Scott O'Neill (PhD FAA FAAAS) is an internationally recognised Australian scientist. He heads the international Eliminate Dengue Program, which is developing and testing a biological control method that reduces the ability of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes to transmit dengue and other viruses such as chikunguya and Zika. The program is currently field testing its approach in five countries. Professor O'Neill has published over 140 high-impact research papers. He has received many awards including the Centenary Medal, the Mackerras Medal, Eureka prize for Infectious Diseases Research and is an elected Fellow of the Australia Academy of Science, The American Society of Microbiology and The American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has spent his academic career at The University of Illinois, Yale University, The University of Queensland and Monash University where he was Dean of Science from 2011-2016.


Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Dr. Nathan Lo

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"It's a very novel observation," says Scott O'Neill, a specialist in invertebrate endosymbionts and head of the School of Integrative Science at the University of Queensland, who wasn't involved in the research.
O'Neill, whose recent work has focused on the bacterium Wolbachia, says he wasn't aware of any other bacteria that live inside mitochondria. "It's pretty surprising to see a bacterial species living inside the mitochondrion, which itself was a bacterium," he says. "I think it is significant. Bill Ballard, a mitochondrial specialist from the University of New South Wales, agrees. "This is, as far as I know, the first [bacterium] that actually infects within the mitochondria," he says.


2009 News Briefs

library.sandiegozoo.org [cached]

The report, authored by University of Queensland biologist Scott O'Neill appears in the journal Science.


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