Four Poultry Science graduate students won awards at the 2019 International Poultry Scientific Forum held in Atlanta, Georgia on January 29-30, 2019. Timothy Broderick, Hunter Walters, Kyle Brown, and Corey Johnson received Certificates of Achievement awards in recognition of their outstanding research presentations at this annual meeting. Corey Johnson received a Graduate Student Travel Award. Hunter Walters received the Alltech Graduate Student Manuscript Award for the presentation and publication as a senior author of an outstanding research manuscript. Congratulations to all!
Alltech Graduate Student Manuscript Award
“Evaluation of spray-dried plasma in broiler diets with or without bacitracin methylene disalicylate”
HG Walters, A. Jasek, JM Campbell, C. Courfal, JT Lee
2018 J. Appl. Poult. Res. 0:1-10
Certificate of Achievement Award – Poster
“Efficacy of Buttiauzella phytase on broiler performance, tibia ash, and processing parameters when using a phytase matrix which includes minerals, energy, and amino acids.” Hunter is a PhD student under the direction of Dr. Craig Coufal.
Timothy Broderick – Certificate of Achievement Award – Poster
“Intermittent administration of probiotics during feed changes promotes beneficial microbiota and improves intestinal morphology and growth performance of broiler chickens”
Timothy is a PhD student under direction of Dr. Tri Duong
Kyle Brown – Certificate of Achievement Award – Oral
“Effects of xylanase and xylo-oligosaccharide application in corn-soy diets on performance of male broilers fed diets with two different corn sources”
Kyle is a PhD student under the direction of Dr. Tri Duong.
Corey Johnson –
Certificate of Achievement Award – Oral
“The effect of nutrient density on performance and processing yield in Cobb 700 mixed-sex broilers”
Corey is a PhD student under the direction of Dr. Tri Duong.
Graduate Student Travel Award