Congratulations to Jessica Motta who obtained 1st place in the poster presentation competition for the Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences (FAES) academic area at the 36th Hayes Graduate Research Forum. The forum is organized by The Ohio State University and was held in Columbus – Ohio, March 4th. The abstract presented by Jessica was titled “Effect of pattern of p-FSH treatment prior to ovum pick-up on ovarian response and in vitro embryo production in pregnant Holstein heifers”, which is part of Jessica’s research thesis. Besides of a monetary award, Jessica and the winners from the other academic areas were selected to apply for a $1,200 grant provided by the Ohio State Chapter of Sigma Xi for research-based effort. To learn more about the OSU Reproductive Physiology Lab click here.