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Allison Pullin

Assistant Professor - Animal Welfare

Scott Hall 236


Dr. Allison Pullin’s research investigates how management practices and housing design influence the welfare of farmed poultry. She takes an interdisciplinary approach by utilizing tools in animal behavior, health, and physiology to assess welfare. Dr. Pullin applies science-based assessments of welfare on farms through her role as a PAACO-certified poultry welfare auditor. Prior to joining NC State, she completed her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Animal Science at The Ohio State University, and she earned her Ph.D. at University of California, Davis in Animal Behavior.