Latest Activity

Media mention: Keeping livestock in the yard just might help your baby’s immune system

Ohio State News article featuring Dr. Zhongtang Yu

Media mention: Reducing the Environmental Impact of Cows' Waste

CFAES news featuring Zhongtang Yu and Chanhee Lee

News article: Graduate Students Win at Research Conference

The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) holds an Annual Research Conference in Wooster or Columbus to highlight current research in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and to recognize outstanding researchers in the college. In 2016, two Animal Sciences graduate students placed in the graduate poster competition. Amanda luoma (advised by Dr. Ramesh Selvaraj) won 3rd place in te Masters student poster competition. Christopher Okonkwo (advised by Dr.

Media mention: Microbiomes and Their Role in Plant and Animal Health and Disease

OARDC Annual Research Conference. Feat. Dr. Zhongtang Yu on panel.

Media mention: Top 10 most downloaded JAS articles of 2015

ASAS Taking Stock: feat. Drs. Sandy Velleman, Jeff Firkins, and Zhongtang Yu

Event: Seminar: Tansol Park, Yairy Roman-Garcia

An Sci Seminar on Thursday, November 12  at 4:10 Seminar Format – We will have two 10-12 minute platform-type presentations Places – Animal Science Bldg 212 & Gerlaugh 122 First Seminar Speaker – Tansol Park, PhD candidate Seminar Title – Effect of antibiotics on Entodinium caudatum and its associated bacteria to make axenic culture Major Professor – Zhongtang Yu Second Seminar Speaker – Yairy Roman-Garcia, PhD Candidate

Event: Seminar: Amanda Luoma and Bethany Denton

An Sci Seminar on Thursday, November 5  at 4:10 Seminar Format – We will have two 10-12 minute platform-type presentations Places – Animal Science Bldg 212 & Gerlaugh 122 First Seminar Speaker – Amanda Luoma, MS candidate Seminar Title – Approach for selection of individual enteric bacteria for competitive exclusion in turkey poults Major Professor – Ramesh Selvaraj Second Seminar Speaker – Bethany Denton, MS Candidate

News article: Master in Animal Sciences (MAS) Now Offered

The Department of Animal Sciences at The Ohio State University is offering a new Master in Animal Sciences graduate degree. This program is different from a typical Master of Sciences (MS) in that research is not required and it is a non-thesis program. Acceptance into the program is similar to the other graduate programs in that an application must be submitted to the OSU Graduate School (http://gradsch.osu.edu/), and after its review, the application is forwarded to the Graduate Studies Committee in the Department of Animal Sciences for review.

Media mention: Master in Animal Sciences graduate degree offered at OSU

Ohio's Country Journal article

Media mention: Alltech features 15 research abstracts at 2015 JAM

All About Feed article. Featuring one from Ohio State.