Young animal scientist award goes to Kim
Sung Woo Kim, an assistant professor in monogastric nutrition and digestive physiology in Texas Tech University’s Department of Animal and Food Sciences, recently received the “Outstanding Young Animal Scientist Award – Research” from American Society of Animal Science during their annual meeting in Alabama.
He received a plaque, $500 and recognition while at the meeting. Kim’s research is working to facilitate animal production with nutrition and digestive physiology specialized in monogastric animals. The program also focuses on the use of animals as a model for human nutrition.
Established in 1908, the American Society of Animal Science is a professional organization for animal scientists designed to help members provide effective leadership through research, extension, teaching and service for the dynamic and rapidly changing livestock and meat industries.