Meet Melissa, equine management grad and current ABSc master's student! She provides some advice for future students and shares why she decided to pursue graduate studies.
Neil Karrow is a Professor in the Department of Animal Biosciences whose research focuses on immunoregulation, immunotoxicology, and immunogenetics of livestock species.
Wendy Pearson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal Biosciences whose research focuses on clinical nutrition and dietary modifications to treat inflammatory conditions in horses, such as arthritis.
Videos from Guelph Talks Food Event held May 22, 2018
Post-doctoral researcher, Meagan King describes how robotic milking systems can detect early signs of illness in cows.
Andrea Polanco competing in Three Minute Thesis competition.
Angela is a faculty member specializing in beef cattle and small ruminant genomics. She also plays an active role in the Centre for Genetic Improvement of Livestock (CGIL).
Tina holds the Egg Farmers of Canada Chair in Poultry Welfare in the Department of Animal Biosciences. She is an animal welfare scientist interested in how the housing and management of farm animals affects their welfare.
Eduardo is a faculty member who researches reproduction in livestock species. His research aims to identify biological problems at the cellular level and develop practical applications for producers.
Christine Baes is a faculty member who focuses on dairy cattle genomics to improve the productivity, welfare and health of dairy cows.