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Chin Nyean Lee

Current Research Projects
Principal Investigator Project Title

Lee, CN

Stress Factors Of Farm Animals And Their Effects On Performance (From W173)

Lee, CN Characterization Of Hereditary Pattern, Reproduction And Growth Performance Characteristics Of Super-Muscular Mice (Mutant): A Unique Model For Research

CN Lee

Phone: 808-956-4882
Fax: 808-956-4883
Office: AgSci 302 D
chinl@hawaii.edu

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Educational Background

Diploma-Univesiti Pertanain, Malaysia 1976
B.S. Iowa State University 1979
M.S University of Wisconsin @ Madison 1982
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin @ Madison 1984

Research Interests

Dr. Lee's research interests include postpartum cow reproduction, dairy production and management. Stress physiology in food animals under the tropical and subtropical environment have been his emphasis. His work can be found in a wide range of journals such as Andrology, Environmental Entomology, Zygote, etc. He has contributed 2 chapters to text books for professionals.

Ongoing Extension Projects

Dr. Lee's extension program integrates livestock production in an eco-system that involves land use, waste management and alternative crops.

He spent 2 years as director of marketing (Asia) for an international marketing company in 1993-1994. As the first executive director of the Agribusiness Development Corporation, State of Hawaii he helped in the transformation of sugar into diversified agriculture production (truck crops). He continues to be active in international consulting for Asia and Africa.

Languages

English
Malaysian Chinese:Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka