ICoMST/RMC Speakers

Min Du, Ph.D.

Professor and Endowed Chair

Washington State University
Dr. Min Du earned his BS from Zhejiang University, MS from China Agricultural University and PhD in Meat Science from Iowa State University. After postdoctoral training at University of Alberta, he was a faculty member at the University of Wyoming (UW). In 2011, he moved to Washington State University (WSU) as a Professor and Endowed Chair. His research focuses on the maternal impacts on fetal development, offspring performance and meat quality. His program is well funded by USDA and NIH (>$26 million). Dr. Du has trained 50+ graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. He has published >300 peer-reviewed articles with H-index 73. He was an Associate Editor for the Journal of Animal Science and currently is a Director at Large of American Society of Animal Science (ASAS). He served on panels or advisory committees of numerous funding agencies. He was the recipient of Young Scientist Award, Early Career Achievement Award, Animal Growth and Development Award, and Physiology and Endocrinology Award from ASAS, UW Outstanding Advisor Award, and WSU Faculty Research Excellence Award.