People: Auburn Uni professor receives Poultry Nutrition Award
William A. Dozier, III, PhD, a poultry nutrition expert, was recognized for his professional achievements by the Poultry Science Association earlier this month.
Dr. Dozier is a professor at Auburn University.
The Poultry Nutrition Research Award was presented to Dr Dozier during the annual PSA meeting July 12 in Phoenix, Arizona. The award is sponsored by the American Feed Industry Association, as part of its continuing awards program that dates back to 1948.
Dr Dozier is an associate professor of animal science for Auburn’s department of Poultry Science, where he specializes determining dietary amino acid requirements of broilers, dietary energy and enzymes and co-product utilization. Prior to Auburn, Dr. Dozier studied the nutritional needs of broilers for the USDA Poultry Research Unit in Starkville, Mississippi.
Dr Dozier has senior-authored 42 and co-authored 49 peer-reviewed manuscripts. He is an associate editor for the Journal of Applied Poultry Research and Journal of Poultry Science.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in animal and dairy science from Auburn, his master’s degree in animal science from the University of Kentucky and his doctorate in poultry science from Auburn University.
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