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Dr. Marcus McGee

Dr. Marcus McGee

Email

Office

1205 Center for Innovation

Phone

660.562.1159
660.562.1621 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2017


Assistant Professor


Education

  • Ph.D. Animal Physiology; University of Idaho
  • M.S. Animal Science; Mississippi State University
  • B.S. Animal Science; Mississippi State University

Courses Taught

  • AGRI 03150  Animal Science
  • AGRI 03366  Principles of Animal Breeding
  • AGRI 03358  Livestock Health and Disease Management
  • AGRI 03362  Anatomy and Physiology

Academic Interests

  • Animal Physiology
  • Stress Physiology
  • Reproduction
  • Feed Efficiency
  • Animal Behavior
  • Animal Welfare

Scholarly Activity

Book Chapters

  • Welch, C.M., McGee, M., Kokta, T.A. Hill, R.A. “Muscle and Adipose Tissue: Potential Roles in Driving Variation in Feed Efficiency.” Feed Efficiency in the Beef Industry. 175-198. Ed. by R.A. Hill. Wiley-Blackwell. Iowa. 2012.

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • McGee, M., Welch, C.M., Ramirez, J.A., Carstens, G.E. Hall, J.B. Hill. R.A. 2014. Relationships of feeding behaviors with average daily gain, dry matter intake, and residual feed intake in Red Angus–sired cattle. J. Anim. Sci. 92:5214-5221.
  • McGee, M., Welch, C.M., Ramirez, J.A., Carstens, G.E. Hall, J.B. Hill. R.A. 2014. Relationships of feeding behaviors with efficiency in RFI-divergent Japanese Black Cattle. J. Anim. Sci. 92: 3580-3590.
  • Youngblood, R.C., McGee, M., Feugang, J.M., Willard, S.T., Ryan, P.L. 2014. The use of a whole animal model as a screen for the angiogenic potential of estrogenic compounds. Int. J. Med Sci. 11(6) 545-553.
  • Hill, R.A., Welch, C.M., McGee, M., Acharya, S. Ji, S., Schneider, C.S., Ahola, J.K. 2013. Mechanisms underlying variation in beef cattle feed efficiency: roles of muscle and adipose tissues. Energy and protein metabolism and nutrition in sustainable animal production. Wageningen Academic Publishers 134: 385-386.
  • McGee, M., Welch, C.M. Hall, J.B. Small, W., Hill, R.A. 2013. Evaluation of Wagyu for residual feed intake: Optimizing feed efficiency, growth, and marbling in Wagyu cattle. Prof. Anim Sci. 29:1: 51-56.

Other Professional Experience

  • American Society of Animal Science
  • Journal of Animal Science- Reviewer