282.001Anatomy and Physiology of Livestock
372.001Applied Reproduction and Breeding Management
372.002Applied Reproduction and Breeding Management
472.001Applied Reproduction and Breeding Management
472.002Applied Reproduction and Breeding Management
283.001Reproductive Physiology Of Livestock
283.002Reproductive Physiology Of Livestock
My teaching interests lie in physiology of animals. I teach courses on livestock reproductive physiology, applied reproduction and breeding management, anatomy and physiology, parturition (birthing) management, and swine (pig) management.
My research focus is on animal reproduction and stress. I conduct research on a variety of livestock species including sheep, swine and cattle. These projects involve reproduction, innovative technologies, stress physiology and more. In addition to animal work, I conduct research on the scholarship of teaching, looking at innovative technologies in the classroom and student stress with livestock.