On The Farm with Ryan Patterson: Helping Chicken Research Happen
Where the research happens: read about what goes on at the Chicken Education Unit from manager extraordinaire Ryan Patterson.
Award-Winning Impact: Anderson’s Research Recognized at 2019 IPPE
PDPS professor Ken Anderson has been investigating solutions to a tricky problem - what do to when disease strikes a poultry flock.
Adding Value: Michael Joseph Brings New Expertise to PDPS
The Prestage Department of Poultry Science (PDPS) recently welcomed Michael Joseph to the faculty as an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist.
Staff Spotlight: Connecting Food Safety and Microbiology
Mary Mendoza is a Research Specialist in Hosni Hassan's lab, supporting microbiology research that helps keep food safe. She gave us some insights into the lab's work and her own path to NC State.
Trinidad and Tobago to the Triangle: Adam Redhead to Manage the AFNC
The Prestage Department of Poultry Science (PDPS) recently welcomed Adam Redhead to the department as a Research Project Coordinator. His focus: "Building strong partnerships for a healthier future."
“This Position Gives Me a Chance to Give Back”: New PDPS Extension Associate Mary Fosnaught
The Prestage Department of Poultry Science is pleased to welcome Mary Fosnaught to the faculty starting October 3. We asked Fosnaught a few questions to introduce her as she settles in.
Turning Up the Heat: PDPS Staff and Students Win PSA Awards
PDPS faculty, students and staff attended the 2018 PSA Annual Meeting and brought honors home to North Carolina.
“You Have to Have an Open Mind”: New PDPS Professor Prafulla Regmi
The Prestage Department of Poultry Science is pleased to welcome Dr. Prafulla Regmi to the faculty when he started June 1. We asked Regmi a few questions to introduce him as he settles in.
Faculty Spotlight: PDPS Professor Jim Petitte Works with Transgenic Poultry
Petitte came to NC State to work on his postdoctoral research in Biotechnology. Currently, Petitte is working with a team from NC State and Duke University and using poultry as a model for human disease, specifically ovarian cancer.
Meet PDPS Professor Hosni Hassan
PDPS Professor Hosni Hassan says, “Educating and training the next generation of microbiologists and scientists is what’s important. That's more valuable than finding a vaccine or cure or anything like that."