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Department of Animal Science|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Dr. Kristi Cammack


Associate Professor
Quantitative and Molecular Genetic

B.S., South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
M.S., University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Ph.D., University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

kcammack@uwyo.edu • (307) 766-6530 • Rm. 406
Best Mode of Communication: E-mail

Research Interests:

Research efforts are aimed at determining underlying genomic variations that are responsible for phenotypic differences in animals. Specifically, our laboratory is interested in determining genomic differences between animals resistant and susceptible to various toxicities, including nitrate toxicity, sulfate toxicity, and aflatoxicosis. The goal is to identify genetics markers that may be used to identify those animals more susceptible to these toxicities, thereby allowing producers to better manage their herd or flock. Additionally, our laboratory interacts with other faculty to study the effects of these toxicities on physiology and reproduction.


Teaching:

ANSC 5180 SAS Applications in Agriculture
ANSC 4540 Principles of Animal Breeding
ANSC 4630 Topics & Issues


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