Two Animal Science students recognized at Equine Science Society Symposium
Brittney Emmert and Alyssa Logan place first and third with their equine research.
At the 26th Equine Science Society Symposium hosted by North Carolina State University, June 3rd to June 6th 2019, MSU ANS student Brittney Emmert won the undergraduate student research competition out of 23 students!
- Emmert, B.J., C.I Robison, A. Pritchard, and B.D. Nielsen. 2019. Comparison of total radiographic bone aluminum equivalences (RBAE) from the digital radiographs to bone ash content of the equine third metacarpal. J. Equine Vet. Sci. 76:128.
Likewise, Alyssa Logan received 3rd place with her Exercise Science graduate competition presentation of her M.S. work.
- Logan, A., B. Nielsen, C. Robison, J. Manfredi, H. Schott, D. Buskirk, and K. Hiney. 2019. Weekly sprinting of juvenile animals increases bone strength and size as well as bone formation marker concentrations. J. Equine Vet. Sci. 76:51.
Congratulations to both of these individuals!
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