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School of Medical Sciences, UNSW


  1. Implantation Project (Prof William Ledger)
    1. Biobank
    2. Normal and ectopic implantation
    3. Gene expression
    4. MicroCT | BRIL
  2. Digitising Embryology
    1. UNSW collection Stage 22 Original Images | High Resolution Images | Original Pituitary | High Resolution Pituitary | Aperio
    2. Berlin collection
  3. Australian Centre for Perinatal Research
    1. Collaborative Clinical/Basic Research Projects



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The Genetics of the Dog

The Genetics of the Dog

Edited by E Ostrander, National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), USA, A Ruvinsky, Professor of Genetics, University of New England, Australia

CABI Publishing / March 2012 / Hardback / 536 Pages / ISBN 9781845939403 / ISBN 10: 1845939409

Chapter 15 Developmental Genetics Anatoly Ruvinsky and Mark Hill pp 321-358

Main Description

Recognizing the significant advances made in the field of animal genetics in the ten years since the first edition of Genetics of the Dog, this new edition of the successful 2001 book provides a comprehensive update on the subject, along with new material on topics of current and growing interest. Existing chapters on essential topics such as immunogenetics, genetics of diseases, developmental genetics and the genetics of behaviour have been fully updated, while new authors report on the latest advances in areas such as genetic diversity of dog breeds, canine genomics, olfactory genetics and cancer genetics.

Audience: College/higher education , Professional and scholarly , Professional & Vocational , A / AS level , Further / Higher Education

1. Canid phylogeny and the origin of the domestic dog; 2. Experimental studies of early canid domestication; 3. Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of dog breeds; 4. Molecular genetics of coat colour, texture and length; 5. Mendelian traits in the dog; 6. Immunogenetics; 7. Genetic aspects of orthopaedic disorders in the dog; 8. Genetics of cancer in dogs; 9. Genetics of neurological disease in the dog; 10. Genetics of eye disorders in the dog; 11. Cytogenetics and chromosome maps; 12. Canine genomics; 13. Genetics of canine behavioural disorders; 14. Biology of reproduction and modern reproductive technology; 15. Developmental genetics; 16. Genetics of morphological traits; 17. Olfactory genetics; 18. Pedigree analysis, genotype testing and genetic counselling; 19. Genetics of quantitative traits and improvement of dog breeds; 20. Complex traits; 21. Canine model in medical genetics; 22. Genetic aspects of performance in working dogs; 23. Genetic nomenclature.

Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology

Edited by: Richard Seewald, PhD, Anne Marie Tharpe, PhD

DETAILS 852 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Hardcover, 8.5 x 11" N/A ISBN10: 1-59756-245-9 ISBN13: 978-1-59756-245-4

2010 - 833 pages - No preview

The Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology is the most wide-ranging and complete work of its kind in the specialty area of pediatric audiology. It covers knowledge areas and the literature requisite to the provision of the full range of quality, comprehensive pediatric audiologic services to children from the neonatal period through school-age. The Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology will become the definitive reference in pediatric audiology, containing contributions from 50 internationally recognized experts in the field. The Comprehensive Handbook of Pediatric Audiology is intended for use in doctoral-level education programs in audiology or hearing science, as well as to serve as an in-depth reference source for practicing audiologists and other professionals, educators, scientists, and policy makers seeking current and definitive information on evidence-based pediatric audiology practice.

  • Chapter 1 Hearing Development: Embryology of the Ear (Mark Hill)

Early Human Development

Hill MA. (2007). Early human development. Clin Obstet Gynecol , 50, 2-9. PMID: 17304021 DOI.

Historic Embryology - To Do

  1. The Embryology Anatomy and Histology of the Eye (1906) Text requires correction and Anatomy and Histology images still need to be added.
  2. Manual of Human Embryology (1910) Images still need to be added.
  3. A Laboratory Manual and Text-book of Embryology (1918) Text to be added and edited.

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My Happiness

Ball Park Music cover Brisbane music royalty Powderfinger's 'My Happiness' for triple j's Like A Version.

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Vampire Again

Marlon Williams

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Who´s Gonna Miss You

Danny Michel

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YouTube - Young American

Medicine ILP 2015


Google - Profile

Twitter -!/MarkHill_UNSW

Current Site Links


Cell Biology Wiki

Student Online Work

Collaborative Online Work

myGRN: a database and visualisation system for the storage and analysis of developmental genetic regulatory networks

Learning How to Use






Extension Matrix The Extension Matrix provides an overview of the extensions available to be added on this site.

Extensions implemented

Extensions - under test

  • Extension:WikiArticleFeeds
    • The WikiArticleFeeds Extension is a MediaWiki extension for converting regular wiki articles into RSS and Atom feeds. Note: This is pretty much the polar opposite of XFeed
  • Extension:XFeed - RSS Feed Aggregator
    • Allow adding of RSS feeds to Wiki page. could use for journals which feed new articles.
  • Cite
  • ProcessCite Installed earlier, but problem with PubMed access, need to have some proxy to work. Contacted extension writer who did not resolve issue. Would like to get this working for referencing to work off PMID. --Mark Hill 10:17, 2 September 2009 (EST)
  • Calendar - installed here, but not currently used. Active on SOMS Wiki for biohood booking.
  • Extension:Hierarchical Namespace Permissions
  • RSS, RSSNews need to set up additional extension
  • Flash Video play (FLV) using flowplayer. Installed but not configured correctly. --Mark Hill 08:17, 2 October 2009 (EST)
  • PDFwriter - to generate hardcopy compilations of course lecture notes.

Making anchors

Anchors can be placed anywhere on a wiki page and act as a location that a link can jump to.

<div id="anchor name"></div>

Attribute Reference

  • width=px or % (Modify the width of the object)
  • height=px or a% (Modify the height of the object)
  • autoplay=true/false (Start playing the file or wait at first frame, default:true)
  • controller=true/false (Show the controller, default:true)
  • name (object-specific)
  • id (embed-specific)
  • src (embed-specific)

Background Reading


There are several referencing solutions and I like the PMID link version as it requires no student formatting. I would also like a local copy of some key references, in particular for recent findings sections of notes, with its own page based on PMID and then we have the whole PMC ID issue.

Annotation of the reference?

Pubmed | PMC

Extensions: Cite | ProcessCite

text into speech

WebAnywhere is a screen reader converting text into speech