Associate Professor - Animal Biosciences
During his undergraduate studies, he was actively involved with research in embryology and developed a passion for science and reproductive biology. In 2009, he was accepted into the graduate program of the Department of Animal Sciences at University of Florida. His master’s thesis focused on reproductive physiology and management of lactating dairy cows. Upon completion of his M.Sc. degree in 2011, he started a Ph.D. in Animal Molecular and Cellular Biology at University of Florida, which was completed in 2015. His doctoral dissertation focused on molecular features in the ovary and pregnant uterus associated with fertility in dairy cattle. He joined the Department of Animal Biosciences at the University of Guelph in January 2016 as Assistant Professor in Reproductive Physiology, and was ranked Associate Professor in July 2020. His appointment is divided in research, teaching, and service.