Mr Dane Lyddiard
Casual Academic - School of Science and Technology
Originally studying in the fields of Indigenous and public health, I have worked in diverse positions from education and community development, to health coaching, and even English language teaching. More recently I returned to study my long-time interest, microbiology, at UNE while working in the microbiology department of a pathology laboratory. I am currently undertaking a PhD project which combines microbiology, botany and chemistry in an attempt to uncover new antibacterial compounds.
Bachelor of Health Science in Indigenous Health Studies (with distinction), University of Wollongong
Master of Public Health (with distinction), University of Wollongong
Bachelor of Science (Microbiology; Botany); Honours (First Class), University of New England
Active member of the Australian Society for Microbiology
Forensic science, microbiology and nutrition.
Antibacterial compound discovery in plants.
Selected Recent Publications:
Lyddiard, D. and Greatrex, B. W., Serrulatic acid diastereomers identified from an antibacterial survey of Eremophila. Fitoterapia, 126, 29-34. doi:10.1016/j.fitote.2017.11.013, 2018.
Sadgrove, N. J., Klepp, J., Legendre, S. V. A. M., Lyddiard, D., Sumby, C. J. and Greatrex, B. W., Revision of the Phytochemistry of Eremophila sturtii and E. mitchellii. Journal of Natural Products, 81(2), 405-409. doi:10.1021/acs.jnatprod.7b00616, 2018.
Lyddiard, D., Jones, G. L. and Greatrex, B. W., Keeping it simple: lessons from the golden era of antibiotic discovery. FEMS Microbiol Lett, 363(8). doi:10.1093/femsle/fnw084, 2016.