Cornell University - Animal Science

Dr. Melanie Soberon is a post doctorate in the Department of Animal Science in Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. After earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and life science communications from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Dr. Soberon came to Cornell University to earn her master's in animal science, working in sheep nutrition. She then earned a PhD in animal science at Cornell, with a focus on ruminant nutrition.

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Cornell University Department of Animal Science

Dr. Melanie Soberon is a post doctorate in the Department of Animal Science in Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. After earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and life science communications from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Dr. Soberon came to Cornell University to earn her master's in animal science, working in sheep nutrition. She then earned a PhD in animal science at Cornell, with a focus on ruminant nutrition.

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Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech.

John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology.
Dr. Melanie Soberon is a post doctorate in the Department of Animal Science in Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. After earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and life science communications from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Dr. Soberon came to Cornell University to earn her master's in animal science, working in sheep nutrition. She then earned a PhD in animal science at Cornell, with a focus on ruminant nutrition.Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech. Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech. Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech.
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Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech.

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Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech.

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Dr. John Parks is a reproductive physiologist in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell. His research focus is on germ cell biology and assisted reproductive technology. Dr. Parks directs the Cornell Raptor Program, which promotes raptor conservation through rehabilitation, captive breeding, and public awareness programs. He earned his PhD at Virginia Tech.