Yewande Fasina

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentAnimal Science

Phone336-285-4805

Fax336-334-7288

Emailyfasina@ncat.edu

OfficeB.C. Webb Hall
Room: 252a

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Yewande	Fasina

Education

Ph D: Animal Science, University of Saskatchewan, 2003

MS: Animal Science, University of Saskatchewan, 1995

BS: Poultry Nutrition, Obafemi Awolowo University, 1991


Research Interests

1. Using non-antibiotic strategies to reduce intestinal colonization by foodborne and disease-causing pathogens such as Salmonella spp., Campylobacter spp., and Clostridium perfringens in poultry. 2. Elucidating mucosal immune responses to infection by zoonotic and disease pathogens of poultry with the goal to obtain novel information that can be used to formulate superior mucosal vaccines for enhancing disease resistance and immunocompetence in poultry. 3. identifying shifts in microbial diversity in the digestive tract of poultry in health and disease states. Data obtained will likely furnish information regarding novel bacteria strain


Recent Publications

Fasina, Yewande  Newman, M  Stough, J  Liles, M  (2016).  Effect of Clostridium perfringens infection and antibiotic administration on microbiota in the small intestine of broiler chickens..  (2,  95,  pp. 247-60).  Poultry science.

Fasina, Yewande  Olowo, Yetunde  (2013).  Effect of a Commercial Yeast-Based Product (Maxigen®) on Intestinal Villi Morphology and Growth Performance of Broiler Chickens.  No  (12,  pp. 9-14).  International Journal of Poultry Science.

Fasina, Yewande  Thanissery, R  (2011).  Comparative efficacy of a yeast product and bacitracin methylene disalicylate in enhancing early growth and intestinal maturation in broiler chicks from breeder hens of different ages..  (5,  90,  pp. 1067-73).  Poultry science.

Thanissery, R  McReynolds, J  Conner, D  Macklin, K  Curtis, P  Fasina, Yewande  (2010).  Evaluation of the efficacy of yeast extract in reducing intestinal Clostridium perfringens levels in broiler chickens..  (11,  89,  pp. 2380-8).  Poultry science.

Fasina, Yewande  Hoerr, F  McKee, S  Conner, D  (2010).  Influence of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium infection on intestinal goblet cells and villous morphology in broiler chicks..  (2,  54,  pp. 841-7).  Avian diseases.

Fasina, Yewande  Bowers, J  Hess, J  McKee, S  (2010).  Effect of dietary glutamine supplementation on Salmonella colonization in the ceca of young broiler chicks..  (5,  89,  pp. 1042-8).  Poultry science.

Fasina, Yewande  Holt, P  Moran, E  Moore, R  Conner, D  McKee, S  (2008).  Intestinal cytokine response of commercial source broiler chicks to Salmonella typhimurium infection..  (7,  87,  pp. 1335-46).  Poultry science.