Anna Dilger, PhD
Associate Professor, Meat Science and Muscle Biology
University of Illinois
Dr. Anna Dilger is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois. She earned her BS and MS degrees from Purdue University and her PhD from the University of Illinois. Her research program focuses on improving the growth and efficiency of animal production and the quality of products produced. Being in Illinois, pigs and pork are a definite focus of her work. Anna is also an active teacher leading 4 different courses in her college and serving as the Undergraduate Coordinator for the Department of Animal Sciences. She also engages in outreach focused on communicating science to broad audiences serving as an AMSA representative to the Animal Frontiers management board and as the President-Elect of the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.
- Lab-Grown Meat: What You Need to Know About its Place on the Plate
Sunday, October 17
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM