AMRRIC Board Director Positions Available

AMRRIC Board Director Positions Available

AMRRIC is seeking to appoint two independent Board Directors to help guide our organisation through an exciting period of expansion and diversification. We are looking for dynamic, experienced and collaborative Board Directors whose values align with AMRRIC’s purpose...
Premiering our new Tick Sickness animation

Premiering our new Tick Sickness animation

  Recently AMRRIC launched an animation titled “Tick Sickness” to raise knowledge and awareness of diseases transmitted by ticks, including Ehrlichiosis, a new tick-Borne disease which was first detected in Australia in May 2020. Ehrlichiosis, which is caused by the...
The AMRRIC field team heads to the West Daly Region

The AMRRIC field team heads to the West Daly Region

Image Caption: The AMRRIC team in Wadeye. On 20th July 2020, the AMRRIC field team stepped out of the office on the first AMRRIC veterinary program following extensive lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AMRRIC-contracted veterinarian Dr Amy Hardwick...
COVID-19 and our animals: an update

COVID-19 and our animals: an update

It has been several months since we last provided information regarding COVID-19 and animals. Unfortunately people around the world are still dealing with the effects of the pandemic; we hope that your human and furry family have been keeping safe and well during this...
Publication of new paper evaluating work at Wadeye

Publication of new paper evaluating work at Wadeye

Image Caption: Ready to collect data! L to R: Tamara (ANU), Jason (Thamarrurr Rangers), Jerry (NT Environmental Health), Bonny (AMRRIC) and Boniface (Thamarrurr Rangers).   AMRRIC’s long-term collaborator Dr. Tamara Riley, in collaboration with her supervisors and our...