Vivienne Inhuber, M.Sc.

Animal Nutrition (Chair)
Research Center of Animal Sciences
Faculty of Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan
Technical University Munich (TUM)

Liesel-Beckmann-Straße 2
D-85354 Freising-Weihenstephan

Phone: +49 (0)8161 716343
Fax: +49 (0)8161 715367

Scientific activities

Vivienne Inhuber is focussing her Ph.D. project on the evaluation of the optimal protein composition in ruminant feed. She is especially interested in evaluating the effects of a supplementation of rumen-protected amino acids to the diet of dairy cows on various functional parameters (immune competence, stress response etc.).

Curriculum vitae

since 2017 Doctoral candidate at the Chair of Animal Nutrition at Technische Universität Munich
Studies on the ideal protein for cattle feeding (Dairy and Fattening):
Effects of rumen-protected methionine and lysine on the protein metabolism and associated biological functions (e.g. immune functions))
2015-2017 Master of Science in agricultural sciences with focus on animal agro-biosciences at Technische Universität Munich
Master thesis at the Chair of Animal Nutrition with the title: Upon the adaption of carbohydrate fractios in the course of germination of cereals and legumes
2012–2015 Bachelor of Science in agricultural sciences at Technische Universität Munich
Bachelor thesis at the Chair of Grassland Group with the title: Between-species differences in natural 15N abundance for co-existing plant species in an old, mown grassland ecosystem

Scholarships and Awards

2019 Young Investigator Award of the Association of German Agricultural Analytic and Research Institutes (VDLUFA e.V.)
Effects of a supplementation of diets for fattening bulls urea and rumen-protected methionin on their growth performance