Kathleen M. Rahman

Kathleen M. Rahman.

Undergraduate Program Director
Teaching Instructor
Bartlett Hall 213D
Phone: 848-932-1168
Email: kathleen.rahman@rutgers.edu



Experience

Title Location Year
Undergraduate Program Director Dept. of Animal Sciences, Rutgers University 2015
Teaching Instructor Dept. of Animal Sciences, Rutgers University 2014
Associate Director for Academics Equine Science Center, Rutgers University 2014
Advisory Committee Member Sammy's Hope 2014
Part-Time Lecturer Dept. of Animal Sciences, Rutgers University 2014

Education

Degree Location Year
Ph.D. Rutgers University 2014
B.A. Douglass College; Rutgers University 2008

Courses

11:067:101 Careers in Animal Science
11:067:142 Animal Science
11:067:175: DC, SH, GO, SW Animal Handling, Fitting, & Exhibition
11:067:200: DC, SH, SW Animal Practicum
11:067:250 Companion Animal Science
11:067:327 Animal Reproduction
11:067:391 Comparative Mammalian Anatomy
11:067:395 Exploring Graduate School

Representative Publications

Camp ME, Wiley AA, Boulos MB, Rahman KM, Bartol F, Bagnell C. Effects of age, nursing, and oral IGF1 supplementation on neonatal porcine cervical development. 2014. Reproduction. PMID: 25074922.

Rahman KM, Lovich J, Lam C, Camp ME, Wiley AA, Bartol FF, and Bagnell CA. Nursing supports neonatal porcine testicular development. 2014. Dom Anim Endocrinol. 48:84-92.

Bartol FF, Wiley AA, Miller DJ, Silva AJ, Roberts KE, Davolt ML, Chen JC, Frankshun AL, Camp ME, Rahman KM, Vallet JL and Bagnell CA. Lactocrine signaling and developmental programming. 2013. Journal of Animal Science 91(2):696-705. Epub 2012 Oct 16. (Invited Review)

Frankshun AL, Chen J, Barron LA, Ho TY, Miller DJ, Rahman KM, Bartol FF, and Bagnell CA. 2012. Nursing during the first two days of life is essential for the expression of proteins important for growth and remodeling of the neonatal porcine cervix. Endocrinology 153(9):4511-4521.