David KennyHead of Animal and Bioscience Department
I have extensive experience in cattle nutrition and in the examination of the biological control of economically important traits in beef and dairy cattle production using physiological and molecular approaches.
I have authored 176 full length peer reviewed scientific papers, four book chapters and >250 abstracts at national and international conferences.
2016: Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership Development (University College Cork)
2008: Postgraduate Diploma in Molecular Medicine (Trinity College Dublin)
2005: Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics (Distinction; Trinity College Dublin)
1997-2002: Ph.D. in Cattle Nutrition and Fertility (University College Dublin)
1993-1997: B.Agr.Sc. (1st class honours & 1st in class; University College Dublin)
Sept 2015: Appointed Adjunct Professor at University College Dublin
Nov 2009-to-date: Principal Research Officer, Teagasc Animal Bioscience Centre (Permanent Position)
2003-2009: Lecturer in Animal Science, University College Dublin (Permanent Position)
2002-2003: Research Officer, Teagasc Research Centre, Moorepark, Co. Cork.
British Society of Animal Science
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