Dr. Lisa Karr-Lilienthal is an assistant professor in Companion Animal Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She received a bachelor's degree in Agriculture from Illinois State University and then received her master's and doctorate degrees from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign in Companion Animal Nutrition.
Companion Animal Sciences
ASCI107 - Introduction to the Companion Animal Food Industry; ASCI171 - Human-Companion Animal Interactions; ASCI251 - Introduction to Companion Animals; ASCI271 - Companion Animal Behavior; ASCI321 - Companion Animal Nutrition
Dr. Karr-Lilienthal's past research has focused on nutrition of dogs, cats, and other non-ruminant animals. However, she does not have an active research appointment at this time.
At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she advises students, teaches undergraduate courses, and also serves as the adviser to the student group, Students for Education of Companion and Exotic Animals (SEECA). She oversees and develops extension and outreach programming related to companion animal care and management.