At the recently held Poultry Science Association's 98th annual meeting, the association and Novus International recognized scientists Dr. Adam Davis and Dr. Park Waldroup for their contributions to the poultry industry.

Davis, professor and researcher, University of Georgia, Athens, was honored with the Poultry Science Association Inc., Novus International Teaching Award. The award was presented as a token of appreciation for Davis’ pioneering research and teaching on amino acid interactions, alternative grains, de novo fat synthesis and reproductive physiology.


Waldroup, poultry nutrition professor, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and researcher at the Center of Excellence for Poultry Science, was named Novus's distinguished professor. With more than 400 research papers and presentations in more than 50 countries, he was recognized for having made a major contribution to the poultry science industry. His research currently focuses on nutrient requirements and interactions in broilers and turkey, emphasizing nutrition to carcass composition.