Yin Li: Research Scientist

Yin is a Research Scientist with CSIRO Agriculture and Food in Australia. His background is in veterinary epidemiology and he has extensive experience in animal disease surveillance, outbreak investigation and training official veterinaries and academic staff on epidemiology. He is passionate about promoting veterinary epidemiology in developing countries.

Yin is an Honorary Research Associate at Murdoch University. He has previously worked with the China Animal Health and Epidemiology Centre and the Food and Agricultural Organisation.

Yin has substantial field experience. He has conducted animal health surveys on the pig and poultry industries in China and has undertaken a series of outbreak investigations on notifiable animal diseases, including African Swine Fever, Avian Influenza (HPAI and H7N9), Foot-and-Mouth Disease, and Peste Des Petits Ruminants (PPR). Yin is highly experienced in data analysis using R, spatial analysis software and other tools.

Yin loves to play soccer and to go fishing when he is not spending time with his wife and daughter.

Follow Yin’s research on ResearchGate.

Contact Yin: yin.li@csiro.au