Jhones O. Sarturi, Ph.D.
Beef Cattle Nutrition and Metabolism
Dr. Sarturi received his D.V.M. from University for the Development of Pantanal – Brazil (UNIDERP), a M.S. in Agronomy from University of Sao Paulo – Brazil (USP/ESALQ), a Ph.D. in Animal Science from University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL), and finally worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Amarillo - Texas.
Currently, Dr. Sarturi is engaged on a tenure-track career at Texas Tech University, with a research/teaching appointment. His research focus is on beef cattle nutrition and ruminal metabolism. More specifically, the development of strategies to improve, evaluate, and better utilize byproducts, forages, and grains in ruminant diets. His research approach involves the manipulation of nutrients/molecules at pre and/or post animal consumption.
As manager for the Ruminant Nutrition Laboratory (Food Technology Building) and the Ruminant Nutrition Center (cattle metabolism area at the New Deal Research and Education Center), Dr. Sarturi foster basic and applied research, as well as, empower undergrad and graduate students.
Dr. Sarturi is also an active member of the TTU – International Center for Food Industry Excellence (ICFIE) and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). He teaches undergraduate (Feeds and Feeding; Feeder Stocker & Feedlot Management) and graduate-level courses (Research Methods in Ruminant Nutrition; Mineral and Vitamins in Animal Nutrition; Advanced Feedlot Management; and Nutrition Seminar). Dr. Sarturi currently resides in Lubbock –Texas, and can be contacted firstname.lastname@example.org.