I am a PhD student in animal science at Virginia Tech. My research interests include the application of computer vision systems for high-throughput phenotyping and the integration of high-throughput phenotyping data into a quantitative genetic framework.
PhD in progress in Animal Science, 2021
Master in Animal Biology
University of California Davis
Master in Animal Nutrition and Feed Science
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
BSc in Animal Science
Shandong Agricultural University
Bi, Y., Nan, X. M., Zheng, S. S., Jiang, L. S., & Xiong, B. H. (2018). Effects of dietary threonine and immune stress on growth performance, carcass trait, serum immune parameters, and intestinal muc2 and NF-κb gene expression in Pekin ducks from hatch to 21 days. Poultry science, 97(1), 177-187.
Bi, Y., Xin, H., Pan, X., & Xiong, B. (2017). Effects of dietary threonine level on growth performance, carcass traits, immune function and serum hormone of Peking ducklings. Chinese Journal of Animal Nutrition, 29(6), 1913-1920.
Xin, H., Pan, X., Yang, L., Bi, Y., & Xiong, B. (2016). Effects of light intensity on performance, carcass performance and meat quality of Peking ducks. Chinese Journal of Animal Nutrition, 28(4), 1076-1083.