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 has been elected as a Student Representative for the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE; www.applied-ethology.org). She will be serving a 2-year term from (2018-2020).