Gary J. Hausman
Gary Hausman earned the Ph.D. degree in muscle biology in 1977 at the University of Wisconsin, Wis, USA, serves as a Research Physiologist with the USDA-ARS since 1980, and works as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Georgia. He has (co)authored over 200 scientific articles published in refereed journals (receiving >4300 citations; h-index = 33) and 21 reviews and has given 23 invited presentations at national/international scientific meetings. Additionally, He has authored 10 book chapters and has (co)edited two books. His national and international reputation is reflected in invitations to present and discuss research data at national and international meetings and requests to consult with colleagues in academia, in industry, and in other governmental institutions throughout the world. In addition, he has conceived, planned, and organized major symposia for the national American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) and experimental biology meetings. His many awards include Outstanding Young Animal Scientist Award of the ASAS Southern Section (1986), the 1993 ASAS Animal Growth and Development Award, a 2011 ASAS Research Fellow, and USDA Certificates of Merit for outstanding and sustained research efforts in growth and development (1983, 1990, 1992–2009). He has also served on an NIH grant review panel and several committees that impact agency, departmental, and congressional policy makers.
Biography Updated on 7 December 2011