PhD Student (2017 – present)
Animal Behavior Graduate Group
Office Location: 2418 Meyer Hall
Allison is broadly interested in the use of technology to understand hen movements and behaviors. Her current study makes use of keel-worn sensors to evaluate the effects of the rearing environment on subsequent hen movements and risk of keel bone damage.
Awards and Honors
Allison is currently serving a 2-year term as the elected Student Representative for the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE; www.applied-ethology.org). She is the recipient of two scholarships from the Western Poultry Scholarship and Research Foundation (2019 and 2018), the Ursula Abbott Travel Award from the Department of Animal Science (2018), and the Western Poultry Scholarship and Research Foundation Graduate Student Poster Presentation Award (2018).