Animal Science student wins first place at ESS

Nicole Arana Valencia, Black, Liz  |  8/6/2013 3:27:31 AM

Animal Science doctoral candidate Erin Oberhaus was awarded first place in the Reproductive Physiology graduate student competition.

Animal Science doctoral candidate Erin Oberhaus was awarded first place in the Reproductive Physiology graduate student competition at the Equine Science Society meeting in Mescalero, New Mexico, this past July. 

The winning research, "Immunohistochemical localization of prolactin receptors within the equine ovary," was conducted during her master's program under the leadership of Dr. Sheryl King at Southern Illinois University. 

She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree under Dr. Donald Thompson in equine reproduction.  
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