An article in The Weekly features the diversity of students, across the agricultural majors. Henry Holdorf, an undergraduate research student in the White Lab who will be starting his PhD program in May, is featured in the article!
Learn more about Tawny in this Departmental feature!
See the series of articles for quick reads on the biology of choline and how it aids in liver fat metabolism in dairy cows. The first (Ric Grummer) and second (Roselinde Goselink and Heather White) were published in December 2015 and the third article (Heather White) is expected to be published early in 2016.
Congrats to Frankie for successfully defending her MS! Frankie was the VitaPlus Fellow and she will begin working full-time with VitaPlus in January. Great Job Frankie!
Congrats to Tawny Chandler, MS! Tawny did a great job defending her MS degree and is now officially working on her doctorate!
Many UW Dairy Science graduate students spent the weekend learning about protein and amino acid metabolism. After 16-h of research-based lecture and discussion by several invited speakers and UW faculty, they are still smiling! Thank you to Adisseo for sponsoring the workshop!
Several of the White Lab members attended part or all of the Four-State Nutrition Conference. With record-breaking attendance there was a lot to learn and many people to meet!
I presented two talks:
Hepatic Methyl Metabolism: Influencing Success During the Transition to Lactation Period during the Transition Nutrition Mini-Symposium
Using the KetoMonitor to access cow and milk data to manage herd-level ketosis prevalence during the Thursday breakout sessions.
Proceedings and recorded presentations will be available soon in the On-Farm Resources Section!