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Brianna N Gaskill

Animal Sciences 

  • Assistant Professor of Animal Science
CRTN Room 3032

 General Information

Area of Expertise: Animal Behavior and Well-Being

B.S., Kansas State University
Ph.D., Purdue University
Postdoc: Charles River

Teaching Assignment: ANSC 303 

Dr. Gaskill's research interests focus on welfare assessment of laboratory animals. She uses natural behavior, physiology, and affective state to assess an animal's overall well-bring. Brianna is especially interested on how better welface can translate into better science. Her research interests include: applied ethology, enrichment design and application, improving husbandry techniques, and how environment can affect scientific results when not tailored to the animal's needs and motivations. 

Dr. Brianna Gaskill Laboratory Web Page: http://labanimalwelfare.com/

Hobbies: Family, traveling, yoga, and pets

Department of Animal Sciences, 270 S Russell Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4808

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