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Jeffery A Carroll (Jeff Carroll)

Research Leader


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Jeffery A Carroll (Jeff Carroll)
Livestock Issues Research
Research Leader
jeff.carroll@ars.usda.gov
Phone: (806) 746-5353 ext. 120
Fax: (806) 746-5028

LIVESTOCK ISSUES RESEARCH UNIT
1604 E FM 1294
LUBBOCK , TX 79403

 

Dr. Jeff Carroll completed his B.S. in Animal Science at Texas A&M University in 1991, followed by his M.S. in 1993, and his Ph.D. in 1996, both from Texas A&M University as well. Upon completing his Ph.D., he joined the USDA-Agricultural Research Service’s Animal Physiology Research Unit located in Columbia, Missouri where he served as a Research Physiologist for 8 years. In 2004, he moved to Lubbock, TX where he serves as the Research Leader for ARS’ Livestock Issues Research Unit. As a Research Physiologist, he focuses on improving livestock performance and well-being through elucidating the interactions associated with growth, stress, nutrition, and immune regulation. His research program has benefitted from his close relations and collaborations with scientists from industry and from numerous universities where he has served on 47 MS/PhD graduate committees and currently holds adjunct professor/graduate faculty appointments at eight universities. He has authored/co-authored 617 publications consisting of 168 scientific journal articles, 6 book chapters, 354 abstracts, and 89 technical articles.He has also received 113 invitations to present his research including 18 international presentations.