Jasmin Hufschmid

Lecturer in Wildlife Health
Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
The University of Melbourne, Australia
E-mail: huj@unimelb.edu.au
Page: http://https://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person98118

Fields of interest

Wildlife health; epidemiology; ecology

Recent publications

Davis, N. E., C. E. Death, G. Coulson, L. Newby and J. Hufschmid (2016). “Interspecific variation in the diets of herbivores in an industrial environment: implications for exposure to fluoride emissions.” Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23(10): 10165-10176.


Kierdorf, U., C. Death, J. Hufschmid, C. Witzel and H. Kierdorf (2016). “Developmental and post-eruptive defects in molar enamel of free-ranging eastern grey kangaroos (macropus gigante) exposed to high environmental levels of fluoride.” PLoS ONE 11(2): e0147427.


Kierdorf, H., D. D. Rhede, C., J. Hufschmid and U. Kierdorf (2016). “Reconstructing temporal variation of fluoride uptake in eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus) from a high-fluoride area by electron microprobe analysis of dentine.” Environmental Pollution  211: 74-80.


Hufschmid, J., I. Beveridge, G. Coulson, G. Walker, P. Shen, E. Reynolds and J. Charles (2015). “Skeletal pathology of eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus) exposed to high environmental fluoride levels in south-eastern Australia.” Journal of Comparative Pathology 153: 167-184.


Death, C. E., G. M. Coulson, U. Kierdorf, H. Kierdorf, W. K. Morris and J. Hufschmid (2015). “Dental fluorosis and skeletal fluoride content as biomarkers of excess fluoride exposure in marsupials.” Science of The Total Environment 533: 528-541.