QASP provides a unique environment for a myriad of research projects. Research conducted within QASP to date includes: animal nutrition; metabolism and growth; environment; health and disease; behaviour and welfare; biosecurity; reproduction; and food safety.


The flexible design of the facilities in conjunction with extensive resources and staff expertise, allows QASP to accommodate a wide range of animal species and projects.


QASP provides a biosecure research environment, with experienced and qualified staff able to deliver high quality support to all phases of research projects. QASP has been designed as an ideal facility to manage and conduct animal research in the commercial, government, education or industry sectors. QASP is compliant with Federal and State Health, Safety and Environmental Legislation encompassing the use of genetically modified and quarantine material.
 

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