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  1. NIFA Invests $1.29M in Animal Nutrition and Growth Reseach at Ohio State

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/nifa-invests-129m-animal-nutrition-and-growth-reseach-ohio-state

    Research Initiative (AFRI), with $1.29M allocated towards research within the Department of Animal Sciences ... whole-animal aspects of nutrition, growth and lactation. Program priorities focus on "nutrient utilization ...

  2. Dr. Kirby Krogstad receives ADSA Midwest Scholar Award

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/dr-kirby-krogstad-receives-adsa-midwest-scholar-award

    research accomplishments of recent PhD graduates or current PhD students from the ADSA Midwest Branch in ... dissertation investigated how diets or specific nutrients may be used to combat inflammation and improve animal ... health. His research focused on the effect of supplementing rumen-protected niacin to lactating dairy ...

  3. New Study Reveals How Hospital Modernization Improved Health Outcomes and Reduced Racial Inequality

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/new-study-reveals-how-hospital-modernization-improved-health-outcomes-and-reduced-racial

    substantial improvements in health outcomes and reduced racial health disparities. The research, conducted by ... medical technology, and improving management practices, resulted in a 7.5% reduction in infant mortality ... Ohio State University and research associate at NBER. “The improvements in health outcomes were both ...

  4. Dr. Benjamin Enger recognized with West Agro Inc. Award

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/dr-benjamin-enger-recognized-west-agro-inc-award

    Beach, Florida. The West Agro Inc. Award was created to recognize outstanding research of milk quality as ... affected by control of mastitis, management of milking, and practices in the production of milk. The winner ... must have made meritorious scientific or technical contributions in research of one or more of the ...

  5. Asmita Murumkar, Ph.D.

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/asmita-murumkar-phd

    tool for managing farm nutrient applications based on forecasted risk of runoff USDA Agricultural ... soil health; agroecosystem resilience 590 Woody Hates Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43210 (614) 266-8567 ... murumkar.1@osu.edu Dr. Murumkar conducts applied research and outreach activities on  Assessment of the impacts of ...

  6. AEDE Welcomes Assistant Professor Alexis Villacis

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/aede-welcomes-assistant-professor-alexis-villacis

    welcome our newest faculty member, Assistant Professor Alexis Villacis. Dr. Villacis earned his Ph.D. in ... University, and a B.Sc. in Agribusiness Management from Zamorano University. Dr. Villacis is an applied ... and USAID on research projects in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Paraguay. Dr. ...

  7. Chris Galbraith

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/chris-galbraith

    in weed management, soil biology, market gardening, and other areas of commercial vegetable ... conducting research on electrical weed control in carrot and green bean production.  Chris has a background ...

  8. 2024-2025 ASGSA Officers

    https://ansci.osu.edu/programs/animal-sciences-graduate-student-association/officers

    student in Columbus working in the Ruminant Nutrition Lab with Dr. Jeff Firkins. My research revolves ... a Graduate Fellow in the Dairy Nutrition and Management laboratory with Dr. Chanhee Lee. I study dairy cow’s ... research is focusing on meat safety and quality, by comparing different antimicrobial treatments used in ...

  9. Alexis H. Villacis

    https://aede.osu.edu/our-people/alexis-h-villacis

    Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, 2012 BS, Agribusiness Management, Zamorano University, 2008 Food ... USAID on research projects in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Paraguay. Alexis’ research ... Social Sciences and a visiting researcher at Innsbruck University, respectively. Alexis currently serves ...

  10. Study Suggests Hepatitis E may be a Sexually Transmitted Infection

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/study%C2%A0suggests-hepatitis-e%C2%A0may-be%C2%A0-sexually-transmitted%C2%A0infection

    fluid. That said, the researchers can’t yet say that these changes directly translate into fertility problems, ... fatal pregnancy complications and reports of male infertility in the developing world, researchers at ... that these same viral particles could infect human liver cells in culture and begin replicating.  “Our ...

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