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Amanda Long

Biological Science Lab Technician (Animals)


Contact Information:

Phone:      +1 765-494-8615


Address:   270 S. Russell St. 

                 West Lafayette, IN 47907

Areas of Expertise:

Lab Management, ELISA, Sample collection and handling

Small Ruminant Reproductive Physiology



BS: Animal Sciences, 2016, University of Wisconsin: River Falls 

MS: Small Ruminant Reproductive Physiology, 2018, North Dakota State University

Amanda Long is a biological science technician for the USDA-ARS Livestock Behavior Research Unit in West Lafayette, IN. They received their bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin: River Falls and moved on to North Dakota State University to complete a master’s degree in small ruminant reproductive physiology under Dr. Christopher Schauer. Amanda’s work supports the unit’s research and assists the graduate students studying under our program, under Dr. Heng-wei Cheng. Amanda is in charge of the Creighton Hall laboratory and is frequently involved with Dr. Cheng’s research on layer and broilers.  In addition to poultry studies, they also support the other scientists work in both swine and dairy.