1. Developing novel method to detect woody breast myopathy from different strains of broilers

a. Bioelectrical impedance

b. Magnetic Resonance Imaging

c. Elastography/Ultrasound

2. Identification of protein biomarkers of woody breast in different broiler strains

3. Application of innovative interventions to reduce the toughness of woody breast meat

4. Reducing toughness of woody breast fillets from fast-growing big-broilers

5. Diversification of woody breast meat into value added products


BS, Dr. B.S. Konkan Agriculture University, India, Fisheries Science
MS, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India, Fisheries Science
MS, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Seafood Science and Technology
PhD, Auburn University, Poultry Science
agriculture and food sciences