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Biographical entry Carne, Harold Roy (1901 - 1990)

25 March 1901
Hunters Hill, New South Wales, Australia
11 February 1990
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Veterinary scientist


Harold Carne joined the veterinary staff of the University of Sydney in 1928, ultimately becoming Professor of Veterinary Pathology and Bacteriology and serving two terms as Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Science. He taught mainly veterinary pathology and bacteriology, and introduced a course on parasitology. Carne played a key role in the building of the CSIRO's McMaster Animal Health Laboratory in the grounds of the University of Sydney in 1931. The Laboratory included facilities for the university's veterinary students. As Dean of the Faculty Carne was instrumental in establishing the University's rural veterinary centre at Camden. In his research Carne focused on streptococcal mastitis in cattle, parasitic diseases of grazing animals, and coryne-bacterial infections of domestic animals. In retirement he undertook significant research on caseous lymphadenitis in the United Kingdom.



Education - BVSc, University of Sydney
Career position - Appointed to the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney
1924 - 1927
Career position - Research Officer, Glenfield Research Station, New South Wales Department of Agriculture
Award - Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Research Fellowship
1928 - 1946
Career position - Lecturer in veterinary pathology and bacteriology, University of Sydney
Education - DVSc, University of Sydney
1940 - 1950
Career position - Honorary Secretary, Australian National Research Council
1947 - 1948
Career position - President, Australian Veterinary Association
1947 - 1953
Career position - Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney
1947 - 1966
Career position - Hughes Professor of Veterinary Pathology and Bacteriology, University of Sydney
1951 - 1962
Career position - Member, CSIRO State Committee
Award - Fellow, Australian Veterinary Association
1955 - 1961
Career position - Chairman, CSIRO State Committee
1960 - 1961
Career position - Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney

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