Graduate Students

Funded or Partially Funded by the SJDAWC

Logan Bigelow (Working towards a PhD)

Supervisor:  P Bernard

Project:  Ultrasonic vocalizations analysis:  A non-invasive ethnologically relevant tool to asses home cage welfare in rats


Mariana Fonseca (Working towards a PhD)

Supervisors: J Sanchez and L Heider

Project:  Assessment of antimicrobial stewardship on animal welfare, animal health, and antimicrobial resistance on dairy farms


Anam Hanza (Working towards a MSc)

Supervisor: L McDuffee

Project: Recognition of stress levels in hospitalized equine patients during various veterinary procedures: Adaptation of a stabled horse stress scale to a cohort of hospitalized horses 


Megan Jewell (Working towards a PhD)

Supervisor: G Keefe

Project: Achieving meaningful improvements in dairy cow welfare by reducing lameness: Evaluating the effectiveness of herd performance benchmarking and integrated, web-based risk management. 


Peter Kimeli (Working towards a PhD)

Supervisor: J VanLeeuwen

Project: Cohort and controlled trial studies of dairy calf welfare and its factors within smallholder zero-grazing farms in Kenya. 


Jamye Rouette (Working towards a MSc)

Supervisors: K MacMillan and M Cockram

Project:  Risk factors for musculoskeletal injuries in Standardbred horses used for harness racing on Prince Edward Island. 

 


Madeline Stein (Working towards a MSc)

Supervisors: M Evason and J McClure

Project: Evaluation of pet-owner and veterinary knowledge, attitudes and practices surrounding antimicrobial use and prescribing practices for companion animals in Canada.