Heidi A Rossow

Associate Professor

Population Health & Reproduction


Licenses
Certified in Feed Management (NRCS)
Ultrasound for carcass traits
Education
1997, PhD, UC Davis, Davis, CA
2000, PostDoc, UC Davis,
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Effect of Celmanax on prevention of neonatal calf diarrhea and preweaning growth, (Principal Investigator), Scibus
Principal Investigator, Effect of substitute feeding a defatted dried distillers product for canola meal on dairy milk production, (Principal Investigator), Novita Nutrition
Honors and Awards
1994-1997 Lyons Fellowship Award
1998 Kleiber Award for Dissertation
2000 Phi Sigma Honor Society
2000-2002 UIIP Instructional Improvement Grant
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2005 Johnson HA, Baldwin RL, Famula TR : Lactation: statistical and genetic aspects of simulating lactation data from individual cows using a dynamic, mechanistic model of dairy cow metabolism, Molly, , Quantitative Aspects of Ruminant Digestion and Metabolism, Cambridge, MA. 551-82.
2003 Baldwin RL, Calvert CC, Robinson PH, Johnson HA : Modelling amino acid metabolism in ruminants, D'Mello JPF, (ed), Amino Acids in Animal Nutrition, 2nd Edition, Cambridge, MA. 291-308.
2000 Johnson HA, Baldwin RL, Calvert CC : A rodent model of protein turnover to determine protein synthesis rates and amino acid source in tissues, MacNamara JP, France J, Beever DE, (ed), Modeling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals., . 303-15.
Research Focus
Systems approach to explore interactions between nutrition, metabolism and disease and their effects on beef and dairy production
Specialty Focus
Feeding to optimize milk production and nutrient use;Feed and manure management at the cow and pen levels to assess nutrient balance for a dairy;Computer modeling of nutrient metabolism for large and food animal species