Mrs Linley Anne Nisbet
CertAnimalSciTech, CertAnimalTechNurse AUT
Linley has a Certificate in Animal Science and Technology (Veterinary Nursing), and a Certificate in Animal Technology and Nursing (Laboratory Animal Science), both from the Auckland Technical Institute (now the Auckland University of Technology).
2011 ANZCCART NZ Animal Care Technicians Career Award
ANZCCART is the Australian and New Zealand Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching is a special committee of the Royal Society of New Zealand.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Goo, S., Han, J.-C., Nisbet, L. A., LeGrice, I. J., Taberner, A. J., & Loiselle, D. S. (2014). Dietary pre-exposure of rats to fish oil does not enhance myocardial efficiency of isolated working hearts or their left ventricular trabeculae. J Physiol, 592 (8), 1795-1808. 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.269977
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Ian LeGrice, June-Chiew Han, Denis Loiselle, Andrew Taberner
- Goo, S., Han, J.-C., Nisbet, L. A., LeGrice, I. J., Taberner, A. J., & Loiselle, D. S. (2014). Dietary supplementation with either saturated or unsaturated fatty acids does not affect the mechanoenergetics of the isolated rat heart. Physiological Reports, 2 (3)10.1002/phy2.272
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Andrew Taberner, June-Chiew Han, Denis Loiselle, Ian LeGrice
- Leonard, B. L., Pontre, B., Nisbet, L. A., & LeGrice, I. J. (2007). Investigating structure and function in non-infarcted myocarium following MI. Paper presented at MedSciNZ (Medical Sciences) Congress, Queenstown, NZ. 28 November - 30 November 2007.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Beau Pontre, Ian LeGrice