Emily Andreini is a Ph.D. student in animal biology at University of California - Davis. Andreini grew up on a beef and sheep ranch in northern California, where she developed a strong work ethic and time management skills. She attended Oklahoma State University, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science and agricultural communications. She was also involved in numerous campus activities and organizations, including serving as rodeo team president and as student assistant for various research projects.
She went on to pursue a Master of Science degree at OSU, focusing on the evaluation of an enteric methane emissions measurement system for cattle. Andreini’s research area involves the improvement of beef production efficiency to maximize production with limited resources while reducing environmental impacts.