The Center for Animal Health and Food Safety
The Center for Animal Health and Food Safety at New Mexico State University was founded in 2007 and is comprised of three primary functional research units:
These research entities engage in collaborative research with academics, government research laboratories and agencies as well as private industry. The labs maintain state-of-the art equipment and expertise that is used to broaden the capacity for interdisciplinary research at NMSU.
Welcome! Questions regarding Center capabilities and research may be directed to the individual laboratory PI's found via the links above or you may contact Center director, Dr. Tanner Schaub, directly:
Tanner Schaub, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Animal Health and Food Safety
Director, Chemical Analysis and Instrumentation Laboratory
945 College Ave.
Las Cruces, NM 88003