We are a large consortium with the focus of improving pig survivability in the U.S. swine industry. Our team is made up of Iowa State, Kansas State and Purdue faculty, staff and students who collaborate through industry partnerships to maximize pig survivability.
Dr. DeRouchey is a Professor specializing in swine nutrition and environmental management research and extension in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. www.KSUswine.org
Dr. Tokach is a swine nutritionist and extension specialist in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry and is a University Distinguished Professor. www.KSUswine.org
Dr. Woodworth is a Research Professor in Swine Nutrition in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. www.KSUswine.org
Dr. Gabler is a Professor in the Department of Animal Science. He researches and teaches in the area of swine nutrition and physiology.
Dr. Johnson is a Professor in the Animal Science department. Her area of expertise is in farm animal behavior and well-being.
Dr. Keating is a Professor focusing in reproductive physiology and toxicology in the Department of Animal Science.
Dr. Linhares is an Associate Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, and the Veterinary Preventative Medicine graduate programs.
Dr. Millman is a Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, and Biomedical Science. Her area of expertise is applied animal ethology.
Dr. Patience is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Animal Science and specializes in swine nutrition research and extension. http://www.appliedswinenutrition.org/
Dr. Rademacher is a Clinical Associate Professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Iowa State Extension veterinarian, and is Associate Director of the Iowa Pork Industry Center.
Dr. Schmitz-Esser is a Professor in the Department of Animal Science. His focus is in microbiology.
Dr. Schulz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and serves as the state extension livestock economist.
Dr. Schwartz was a Clinical Professor at the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and the Department of Veterinary and Production Animal Medicine.
Dr. Stalder was a Professor in the Department of Animal Science. His area of expertise was swine genetics and management.
Dr. Stewart is an Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences and focuses in reproductive physiology.
Dr. Gebhardt is an Assistant Professor of Swine Production. His research interests involve practical problems the swine industry faces focused on production medicine, safety of livestock feed, and nutrition .
Stacie is a swine program specialist at the Iowa Pork Industry Center.