Epidemiology without Borders

ABOUT THE LAB

We are a curious, driven and genuine group of individuals who unite around the common goal of scientific discovery.

We cherish diversity -- of thoughts, backgrounds, experiences, skills and opinions.  We encourage (even relish!) respectful debate, and we value each others' quirks. 

We believe that livestock animals are an essential and valuable part of our local and global society.  We eschew the notion that livestock production is inherently at odds with human and environmental health.  And we use scientific discovery to advance livestock production in a "win-win" manner --  to benefit animals, humans and the planet. 

RECENT NEWS

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McKnight Land-Grant Professorship

2022

Noelle Noyes was one of the professors awarded the McKnight Land-Grant Professorship. This Professorship Program has the goal of advancing assistant professors careers. Congratulations to all 2022 award recipients!

Art Class

Upcoming Metagenomic Workshops

2022 - Summer

The Noyes Lab will be offering two workshop on metagenomic analysis in Summer 2022:

  • A one-day workshop at #Microbe2022. Learn more information here.

  • A 3-day short course at ISVEE16. Register and learn more information here.

OUTREACH

"Bridging science & society"

Connecting and sharing our work with the broader world is of primary importance. Learn about our outreach program.

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Jared Young - 2022 FFAR Vet Fellow

May 27, 2022

The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) and the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) has selected Jared Young as one of the 2022 FFAR Vet Fellows. Congratulations on being selected for this highly competitive fellowship opportunity, Jared!

CONTACT INFORMATION

Animal Sciences/Veterinary Medicine Building

Office 385D and Food Centric Corridor 

1988 Fitch Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55108

nnoyes@umn.edu

Tel: 612-624-3562

We are always looking for motivated, curious people to join our lab.  If you are interested, please send an email with introduction and CV to Dr. Noyes.