Krista Eiseman


Assistant Professor

221 Pioneer Tower
608.342.7375

Education:

Doctor of Philosophy, PhD Candidate. Beef Cattle Ruminant Nutrition, In Progress
Montana State University; Advisors:  Drs. Megan Van Emon and Timothy DelCurto
Research topics: Impact of vitamin E supplementation to beef calves and its impact of health and growth characteristics

Master of Science, Meat Science and Muscle Biology, December 2014
North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota; Advisor:  Dr. Eric P. Berg
Thesis Title: Body weight and adiposity changes of obese gilts provided ad libitum ground beef versus high carbohydrate diets

Bachelor of Science, Animal Science, May 2011
University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Platteville, Wisconsin
Emphases: Meat & Livestock and Dairy Science
Minors: AgriBusiness and Biology

Teaching Responsibilities:
ANSCI 1010: First Year Experience in Animal and Dairy Science
ANSCI 3040: Principles of Meat Science
ANSCI 4030: Beef Cattle Management
ANSCI 4140: Meat Processing

Additional Responsibilities:
ANSCI 4200: Independent Study in Animal Science
ANSCI 4980: Undergraduate Research in Animal Science
Coach: Animal and Dairy Science Academic Quadrathalon Team
Co-Advisor: Beta Delta Sigma Alpha Professional Agriculture Sorority

Professional and Local Affiliations:
American Society of Animal Science
American Meat Science Association
Wisconsin Cattleman’s Association
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation

Research Interests:
Impact of stress on health and performance of beef calves
Supplementation strategies for improved animal health and productivity
Weaning management strategies