Kate Shoveller

Role: Associate Professor (Animal Biosciences)

Kate Shoveller is an Associate Professor with the University of Guelph’s Department of Animal Biosciences. After completing her PhD in Nutrition and Metabolism, she spent eight months as the Provincial Equine Specialist for Alberta and then returned to Guelph for a post-doctoral fellowship in Companion Animal Nutrition. She then spent eight years working with major global brands. At the University, she looks at how diet interacts with the animal and its environment and hopes to lead to companion animals living a longer, healthier life style.

Food from Thought project(s): Methods to assess protein quality

Project category: Livestock Research

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