Zoek medewerkers/organisaties dr.ir. H van den Brand
Naam
Naamdr.ir. H van den Brand
RoepnaamHenry
Emailhenry.vandenbrand@wur.nl

Werk
OmschrijvingUniversitair Hoofddocent
OrganisatieDepartement Dierwetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidAdaptatiefysiologie
Telefoon+31 317 481 788
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Telefoon secretariaat+31 317 483 120
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BezoekadresDe Elst 1
6708WD, WAGENINGEN
Gebouw/Kamer122/C0064
PostadresPostbus 338
6700AH, WAGENINGEN
Bodenummer35
Nevenwerkzaamheden
  • Editor - Animals
    jan 2019 - jan 2023

    Editor Animals.

  • Scientific editorship - The Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition
    mei 2017 - mei 2024

    Scientific editor van JAPAN


Biografie

Curriculum Vitae

Henry van den Brand is an associate professor at the Adaptation Physiology Group of Wageningen University. As a son of a farmer he did his BSc at the University of Applied Science in Dronten and his MSc at Wageningen University. After finishing his study, he first worked at researcher in the veal industry, whereafter he started his PhD in Wageningen University on "Energy partitioning and reproduction in primiparous sows". He succesfully defended his thesis in 2000, whereafter he started as a poultry nutrition researcher at Schothorst Feed Research in Lelystad, the Netherlands. After 1.5 year he came back in Wageningen as Assistant Professor, in which job he combines education (BSc, MSc, PhD) and research. In 2018 he was awarded as Teacher of the Year of Wageningen University. 

Research Projects

My research is mainly focussing on early life of animals, with emphasis on poultry. Research fields are among others:

1. Breeder nutrition in relation to offspring performance, health and welfare. Specific interest in bone development.

2. Incubation conditions and effects on hatchling quality and later life performance, health and resilience. This also includes data analyses of hatcheries.  

3. Early nutrition of chickens post-hatch in relation to performance, health and resilience.

4. Optimising climate conditions for different poultry species. 

 


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  Henry van den Brand op Linkedin
  Henry van den Brand op ResearchGate
Groepen
  • BHV-ASG Wageningen Campus

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Projecten

Onderwijs
Vakken
  • ADP-20306 - Immunology and Thermoregulation
  • ADP-30306 - Health, Welfare and Management
  • ADP-30806 - Adaptation Physiology
  • ADP-70424 - MSc Internship Adaptation Physiology
  • ADP-79324 - MSc Research Practice Adaptation Physiology
  • ADP-80424 - MSc Thesis Adaptation Physiology
  • ADP-80436 - MSc Thesis Adaptation Physiology
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