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Dr Marie Kirby BSc (Hons), PgC, PhD

Post Doctoral Research Associate

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Academic Department: Animal Production, Welfare and Veterinary Sciences

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  • Kirby, M., Hornung, A., Ouadi, M. and Theodorou, M. (2017) The role of Thermo-Catalytic Reforming for energy recovery from food and drink supply chain wastes. Proceedings from the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Resource Use in Food Chains, Windsor, 19-20 April 2017.
  • Oreggioni, G., Luberti, M., Reilly, M., Kirby, M., Toop, T., Theodorou, M. and Tassou, S. (2017) Techno-economic analysis of bio-gas upgrading for bio-methane production from agriculture and food industry waste Proceedings from the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Resource Use in Food Chains, Windsor, 19-20 April 2017.
  • Kirby, M., Wilkinson, R., Apfelbacher, A., Hornung, A. and Theodorou, M. (2016) The integration of anaerobic digestion and intermediate pyrolysis to maximize the energy recovery from the organic fraction of municipal solid waste. Proceedings from the Bioenergy Australia 2016 Conference, Brisbane, 14-16 November 2016.
  • Kirby, M.E. and Wilkinson, R.G. (2014) Feasibility study on the desirability of the UK pig industry adopting carcase cooling as an on-farm method for the storage of fallen pigs prior to disposal (Funded by Fabra, BPEX and NFSCo)
  • Kirby, M.E. and Theodorou, M.K. (2014) Technologies to increase renewable energy from household waste? Open Fields
  • Kirby M., Venetsaneas N., Banks C.J., Heaven S., Theodorou M., Wilkinson R. (2014) Increasing energy yield from the integration of anaerobic digestion and pyrolysis. Supergen National Assembly, Birmingham, 5th November 2014.
  • Kirby, M.E., Brizuela, C.M and Wilkinson, R.G. (2011) A survey of the perceptions of UK farmers on fallen livestock disposal methods Open Fields
  • Kirby, M.E., Brizuela, C.M. and Wilkinson, R.G. (2011) Investigation of farmers’ perspectives on the disposal of fallen livestock and animal by-products in Great Britain Issues in Veterinary Research and Medicine: 2011 Edition
  • Kirby, M., Brizuela, C.M. and Wilkinson, R.G. (2010) Investigation of farmers’ perspectives on the disposal of fallen livestock and animal by-products in Great Britain Veterinary Record 167 (16), 606-609.
  • S.E. Pattinson, M.E. Kirby and M.P. Bainbridge. (2009) A report on the results of two separate investigations into the effectiveness of natural products to help prevent coccidiosis in lambs. Open Fields (Coccidiosis is commonly seen in intensively-reared lambs, causing devastating effects. Good husbandry can play a part in preventing the disease and medical drugs have traditionally been used to control it. In one study, garlic supplements were added to the diet of lambs and this was shown to reduce coccidiosis levels, demonstrating potential benefits in preventing coccidiosis. In the second study, lambs fed a garlic supplement showed improvement in their feed conversion efficiency.)

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