2017 - Early Career Achievement Award, American Society of Animal Science
2008 - Joseph P. Fontenot Appreciation Club Travel Scholarships, American Society of Animal Science
Stephanie L. Hansen mainly focuses on Animal science, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Beef cattle and Breed. Her work on Animal feed as part of general Animal science research is frequently linked to Copper sulfate, bridging the gap between disciplines. In general Internal medicine, her work in Metabolism, Hemoglobin, Duodenum and Saline is often linked to DMT1 linking many areas of study.
Her work carried out in the field of Endocrinology brings together such families of science as Pregnancy and Angus cattle. Her Beef cattle research integrates issues from Quantitative trait locus, NEFA, Residual feed intake and Heritability. Her Breed research includes themes of Fatty acid, Carbohydrate metabolism, Carbohydrate and Bolus.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Beef cattle, Feedlot, Trace mineral and Food science. Her research integrates issues of Feed conversion ratio and Rumen in her study of Animal science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amino acid, Antioxidant, Animal feed and Bolus.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Feedlot, Distillers grains are connected with Latin square and Starch and other disciplines. The concepts of her Trace mineral study are interwoven with issues in Saline, Hormone, Mineralogy and Trace Minerals. The study incorporates disciplines such as Feedlot cattle and Vitamin C in addition to Marbled meat.
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Trace mineral, Feedlot, Transit and Beef cattle. Her work on Dry matter as part of her general Animal science study is frequently connected to Mineral, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Trace mineral research includes elements of Saline, Hormone, Trace Minerals and Bolus.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nutrient digestibility, Silage and Adrenocorticotropic hormone. Her research integrates issues of Randomized block design and Intramuscular injection in her study of Feedlot. Her Beef cattle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Net energy and Food science.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Trace Minerals, Trace mineral, Hepatic copper and Chromatography. Her research ties Vitamin C and Animal science together. Her Trace Minerals research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Silage, Saline and Bolus.
Selenium and Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry are fields of study that intersect with her Hepatic copper study. Her research in Feedlot intersects with topics in Randomized block design, Body weight and VITAMIN C INJECTION.
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Genome-wide association study for feed efficiency and growth traits in U.S. beef cattle
Christopher M. Seabury;David L. Oldeschulte;Mahdi Saatchi;Jonathan E. Beever.
BMC Genomics (2017)
Bioavailability of copper from copper glycinate in steers fed high dietary sulfur and molybdenum.
S L Hansen;P Schlegel;L R Legleiter;K E Lloyd.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Iron Transporters Are Differentially Regulated by Dietary Iron, and Modifications Are Associated with Changes in Manganese Metabolism in Young Pigs
Stephanie L. Hansen;Nares Trakooljul;Hsiao Ching Liu;Adam J. Moeser.
Journal of Nutrition (2009)
High dietary iron reduces transporters involved in iron and manganese metabolism and increases intestinal permeability in calves
S.L. Hansen;M.S. Ashwell;A.J. Moeser;R.S. Fry.
Journal of Dairy Science (2010)
QTLs associated with dry matter intake, metabolic mid-test weight, growth and feed efficiency have little overlap across 4 beef cattle studies.
Mahdi Saatchi;Jonathan E. Beever;Jared E. Decker;Dan B. Faulkner.
BMC Genomics (2014)
Growth, reproductive performance, and manganese status of heifers fed varying concentrations of manganese.
S. L. Hansen;J. W. Spears;K. E. Lloyd;C. S. Whisnant.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Mineral concentrations of plasma and liver after injection with a trace mineral complex differ among Angus and Simmental cattle
D. J. Pogge;E. L. Richter;M. E. Drewnoski;S. L. Hansen.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
Feeding a Low Manganese Diet to Heifers During Gestation Impairs Fetal Growth and Development
S.L. Hansen;J.W. Spears;K.E. Lloyd;C.S. Whisnant.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
High-sulfur in beef cattle diets: a review.
M. E. Drewnoski;D. J. Pogge;S. L. Hansen.
Journal of Animal Science (2014)
Effects of increased dietary sulfur on beef steer mineral status, performance, and meat fatty acid composition
E L Richter;M E Drewnoski;S L Hansen.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
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