Animal Science Building
1675 Observatory Drive, Office 1156
Madison, WI 53706
Dr. Thomas Crenshaw
My graduate research is focused on early-developmental progression of osteochondrosis (OC) in growth plates and articular surfaces of long bones. By using a hypovitaminosis-D swine model we can study the cellular signals involved, non-invasively image bones using computed tomography and magnetic resonance to quantify lesions, and implement nutritional interventions to reduce the incidence and severity of OC lesions.
B.S. Animal Science, UW-Madison, 2020