Farin, Charlotte E

Animal Science
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Dr. Farin received her BS in Animal Science from Colorado State University in 1977, her MS in Reproductive Physiology from West Virginia University in 1980 and her PhD in Physiology in 1987 from Colorado State University.  After completing her PhD, she pursued post-doctoral studies in molecular reproductive biology at the University of Missouri in the Department of Animal Sciences.  Dr. Farin’s research interests focus on the application of assisted reproductive technologies in domestic livestock, with an emphasis on the effects of in vitro systems on the development of embryos and fetuses.  Dr. Farin also has extensive experience with estrus synchronization, superovulation and embryo transfer in cattle as well as estrus synchronization and timed-artificial insemination in goats.  Dr. Farin has over 14 years’ experience working in Haiti and has focused her efforts on improving the genetic quality of Haitian goats through the application of reproductive technologies.

  Animal Reproduction
Country(s) of experience:
  Haiti | Liberia |
Type(s) of International Experience:
  Researcher in an international project | Extension provider in an international project | Speaker at an international conference | Other international activities | Advisor for international students | Host for international faculty | Host for international post-doc
  NCSU Haiti Goat Project
01/01/2010 - 12/31/2017
Funding Agency/Sponsor: World Relief
Institutional Partner: University of Florida, USA
  “Liberia Excellence in Higher Education (EHELD)”
01/01/2011 - 07/31/2017
Funding Agency/Sponsor: U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Institutional Partner: RTI International, USA
  Genetic Improvement of Goats in Haiti
01/01/2009 - 12/31/2013
Funding Agency/Sponsor: World Relief
Institutional Partner: