Fernanda Batistel

Animal, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Assistant Professor


Fernanda Batistel

Contact Information

Phone: (435) 797-2497
Email: fernanda.batistel@usu.edu

Biography

Fernanda Batistel is an Assistant Professor in the Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences Department at Utah State University. In 2011, She earned her B.S. in Animal Science from Santa Catarina State University, Brazil. She then moved to the University of Sao Paulo completed her master's program in Animal Science in 2014. Fernanda completed her Ph.D. program evaluating the effect of methyl donors on placenta metabolism, immunometabolism, and the performance of transition cows at the University of Illinois in 2018. Dr. Fernanda Batistel joined USU faculty in 2018 where she runs her teaching and research program focused on animal nutrition.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Fernanda Batistel currently teaches three courses: Principles of Animal Nutrition (undergraduate-level), Energy and Protein Metabolism (graduate-level), and Ruminology (graduate-level).

Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

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Publications | Other

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Teaching

ADVS 3500 - Principles of Animal Nutrition, Fall 2020
ADVS 3500 - Principles of Animal Nutrition, Fall 2020
ADVS 6900-02 - Special Topics: Ruminology, Fall 2020
ADVS 6540 - Energy and Protein Metabolism, Fall 2019
ADVS 3500 - Principles of Animal Nutrition, Fall 2019
ADVS 3500 - Principles of Animal Nutrition, Fall 2018

Graduate Students Mentored

Camila Castro, Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences, January 2020
Lexie Padilla, Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences, August 2019
Anthony Alberto, Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences, January 2019
Austin Sears, Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences, January 2019 - July 2020