Allan P. Schinckel, Ph.D.: Abridged Curriculum Vitae
Department of Animal Sciences | Phone: (765) 494-4836
Purdue University | Fax: (765) 494-9346
West Lafayette, IN 47907 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor | 1983-1986 | Purdue University
Associate Professor | 1987-1992 | Purdue University
Professor | 1992 | Purdue University
B.S. | Iowa State University | 1978 | Animal Sciences
M.S. | University of Nebraska | 1980 | Animal Sciences
Ph.D. | University of Nebraska | 1982 | Animal Sciences
Selected Awards & Honors
Finalist, Eli-Lilly Young Scientist Award, 1991.
USDA Distinguished Service Award for Scientific Research, (Purdue Lean – STAGES), June 1992
Midwest Society of Animal Science, Young Scientist Extension Award. March, 1993
NSIF Distinguished Service Award – Team award for the development of STAGES. 1995
Purdue University Agricultural Research Award May 1996
Dean’s Team Award – Swine Production Technology Team, May, 1996
National Pork Producers Council Extension Innovation Award – Purdue Swine Production Technology Team, March, 1996; Farm Specific Modeling of Pig Growth, March, 1997
2009 Dean’s Team Award, Integrated Corn Ethanol Co-products Team
Dr. Schinckel has conducted research to examine the potential for improvements in lean growth rate and lean feed conversion via genetic and environmental means including research in the areas of (1) development swine compositional growth curves; (2) modeling of the impact of health status and ractopamine on pig compositional growth; (3) development of stochastic models of pig compositional growth for production systems analysis.
American Society of Animal Sciences; American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists – Charter Diplomat American College of Animal Genetics; Purdue University Cooperative Extension Specialists Association
In 36 years at Purdue University, Dr. Schinckel has written 157 refereed publications, 215 abstracts, 73 research papers, 249 extension publications, 217 popular press articles, and 7 book chapters, 126 national invited talks, 73 international talks, and completed 88 research funded grant proposals as PI or Co-PI.
What can you learn from this episode of Popular Pig?
- Dr. Allan Schinkel’s background and how he got involved with the swine industry
- Dr. Schinkel’s research around heat stress and sow cooling
- What inspired his research of heat stress
- The challenges faced along the way
- The results of his research
- Its potential impact on the swine industry
- Dr. Schinkel’s Gold Nugget