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Anna Padovan is a research fellow in the Research Institute of the Environment and Livelihoods. Anna has worked in molecular microbiology for 30 years, with the last 10 years in environmental microbiology. She has used next generation sequencing to study the microbiome of biota in Darwin Harbour in relation to anthropogenic inputs. More recently, she completed a report on the enumeration of faecal indicators and prevalence of pathogens in shellfish, targeting Salmonella, Vibrio parahaemolyticus and V. vulnificus using molecular techniques. Anna has commenced a project on algal toxins in shellfish and cyanotoxins from wastewater including optimizing toxin gene detection by PCR.
Award Date: 8 May 1998
Bachelor, The University of Adelaide
1983 → 1985
Award Date: 28 Nov 1986
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2022 Rainmaker Start-Up - De-risking vibrios for food safety and human health
Gibb, K., Padovan, A., Kaestli, M. & Christian, K.
11/08/22 → 31/05/23
DAC20Y01 - Investigation of black lip oyster larvae crash and potential role of Vibrio spp.
Padovan, A., Gibb, K., Tinning, Z. & Lambrinidis, D.
2/04/20 → 31/07/20
FRDC Toxigenic vibrio baselines and optimum storage, transport and shelf-life conditions to inform cold supply chains in the north Australian Tropical Rock Oyster industry
Gibb, K., Padovan, A., Tinning, Z., Kaestli, M., Lambrinidis, D., Turnbull, A., Pahl, S., Osbourne, M., Knowland, S. & Seymour, J.
31/03/21 → 29/09/23
Project Sea Dragon – Vibrio Community Baseline Assessment 2020-2021
Gibb, K., Padovan, A., Kaestli, M., Tinning, Z. & Lambrinidis, D.
15/01/20 → 30/06/21
A study of bacteria adhesion and microbial corrosion on different stainless steels in environment containing Desulfovibrio vulgarisTran, T. T. T., Kannoorpatti, K., Padovan, A. & Thennadil, S., 13 Jan 2021, In: Royal Society Open Science. 8, 1, p. 1-22 22 p., 201577.
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Effect of pH regulation by sulfate-reducing bacteria on corrosion behaviour of duplex stainless steel 2205 in acidic artificial seawaterTran, T. T. T., Kannoorpatti, K., Padovan, A. & Thennadil, S., 27 Jan 2021, In: Royal Society Open Science. 8, 1, p. 1-13 13 p., 200639.
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Microbial corrosion of DSS 2205 in an acidic chloride environment under continuous flowTran, T. T. T., Kannoorpatti, K., Padovan, A., Thennadil, S. & Nguyen, K., May 2021, In: PLoS One. 16, 5, p. 1-17 17 p., e0251524.
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Occurrence and dynamics of potentially pathogenic vibrios in the wet-dry tropics of northern AustraliaPadovan, A., Siboni, N., Kaestli, M., King, W. L., Seymour, J. R. & Gibb, K., Jul 2021, In: Marine Environmental Research. 169, p. 1-9 9 p., 105405.
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Pearl oyster bacterial community structure is governed by location and tissue-type, but Vibrio species are shared among oyster tissuesKing, W. L., Kaestli, M., Siboni, N., Padovan, A., Christian, K., Mills, D., Seymour, J. & Gibb, K., 9 Aug 2021, In: Frontiers in Microbiology. 12, 11 p., 723649.
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Molecular characterisation of phytoplasmas in AustraliaAuthor: Padovan, A., Jan 1998
Supervisor: Gibb, K. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDUFile