Denise Beaulieu

University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Denise Beaulieu is an Assistant Professor of monogastric nutrition at the University of Saskatchewan. She conducts applied swine research focusing on nutrition, specifically the role ofnutrition in improving overall sustainability of the swine industry. She also has an interest in the nutrition of the gestating and lactating sow, particularly with respect to improving lifetime productivity.

Prior to joining the University of Saskatchewan, Dr. Beaulieu spent almost 15 years at the Prairie Swine Centre, Saskatoon, SK. She holds adjunct scientist status at the Swine Centre; utilizes these facilities for her research trials and actively participates in their knowledge transfer programs.

Dr. Beaulieu received her BSA and MSc degrees from the University of Saskatchewan,College of Agriculture and a PhD in dairy cattle nutrition and lactation from The Ohio State University. Post-doctoral training in milk fat synthesis was received at the University of Illinois.  

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