Nov. 13, 2020
David Patterson, a Chancellor’s Professor in the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Division of Animal Sciences was recently named an American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) fellow.
ASAS was created in 1908 and has supported both scientists and animal producers across the globe. Patterson’s ASAS fellow honor came in the Extension category, which recognizes an individual who has given prominent service to the animal industry and had continuous membership in ASAS for at least 25 years.
Patterson has received funding for the past 20 years from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture Competitive Grants Program to support his research and Extension programs. During his career, he has produced more than 600 referred journal articles, scientific abstracts, proceedings papers and presentations at the state, regional, national and international levels.
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