Professor, Reproductive Physiology
1230I Anthony Hall
Joint appointment in Physiology
95% Research, 5% Teaching
I focus on the following four areas of reproduction in cattle:
My research is currently funded by AgBioResearch and grants from USDA-NIFA-AFRI and the “dual purpose research program” sponsored by NIH-USDA-NIFA-AFRI.
Coordinator for ANS 409: Selected Topics: Problems, Controversies and Advancements in Reproduction.
Ireland JJ, Smith GW, Scheetz D, Jimenez-Krassel J, Folger JK, Ireland JLH, Mossa F, Lonergan P, Evans ACO. 2010. Does Size Matter in Females? An overview of the impact of the high variation in the ovarian reserve on ovarian function and fertility, utility of AMH as a diagnostic marker for fertility, and causes of variation in the ovarian reserve in cattle. Reprod Fert Dev 23:1-14.
Mossa F, Carter F, Walsh SW, Kenny DA, Smith GW, Ireland JLH, Hildebrandt TB, Lonergan P, Ireland JJ, Evans ACO. 2013. Maternal undernutrition in cows impairs ovarian and cardiovascular systems in their offspring. Biol Reprod 88:1-9.
Walsh SW, Mossa F, Butler ST, Berry DP, Scheetz D, Jimenez-Krassel F, Tempelman RJ, Carter F, Lonergan P, Evans ACO, Ireland JJ. 2014. Heritability and impact of environmental effects during pregnancy on antral follicle count in cattle. J Dairy Sci. 97:4503-4511.
Jimenez-Krassel F, Scheetz D, Neuder LM, Ireland JLH, Pursley JR, Smith GW, Tempelman RJ, Ferris T, Roudebush WE, Mossa F, Lonergan P, Evans ACO, Ireland JJ. 2015. Concentration of anti-Müllerian in dairy heifers is positively associated with productive herd life. J Dairy Sci. 98:3036-3045.
Baker VL, Brown MB, Luke B, Smith GW, Ireland JJ. 2015. Gonadotropin dose is negatively correlated with live birth rate: analysis of more than 650,000 assisted reproductive technology cycles. Fertil Steril 104: 1145-1152.
Also see PubMed listing of publications.