Communicating Research to the General Public

Dr. Beth Lett

"Genetic influences of reproductive events in cattle"

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Beth Lett







Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station
UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences "Improving Doubling down: Further analysis of a major gene for bovine ovulation rate and development of a system to exploit it" (10/1/16 - 9/30/20)

American Jersey Cattle Association
"Improving Jersey reproduction by selection against deleterious structural variants" (4/1/20 - 3/31/22)

USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
"Improving Characterization of a major gene for bovine ovulation rate" (10/1/20 - 1/31/22)

After completing her thesis, Beth received an iPEnd T32 postdoctoral training grant specifically working on a project for studying preeclampsia and looking for biomarkers using bioinformatic tools and two sources of transcriptomic data.

Under the Supervision of Prof. Brian W. Kirkpatrick