- Jerash University

د. فاطمة اللطايفة

/ استاذ مساعد

نبذة

المؤهل العلمي

Ph.D. New Mexico State University. Animal Science Ruminant Nutrition. 2014

Dissertation Title: “Evaluation of Novel Feed Additives to Reduce Locoweed Toxicity in Sheep”

 

M.Sc. Jordan University of Science and Technology. Animal production. 2006

Thesis Title:  “The Effect of Partial Replacement of Barley Grains by Prosopis juliflora Pods on Growth Performance, Nutrient Intake, Digestibility and Carcass Characteristics of Awassi Lambs Fed Finishing Diet”

 

B.Sc. Jordan University of Science and Technology. Animal production. 2003

 

الخبرات والمهارات

February 2016 – Present. Department of Animal Production, Jerash University, Assistant Professor  

 

January 2014 - May 2014. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Teaching Assistant 

 

August 2013– December 2013. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Teaching and Research Assistant

 

May 2013 – August 2013. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Research Assistant 

 

January 2013 – May 2013. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Teaching and Research Assistant

My responsibilities as a Graduate teaching assistant for Horse evaluation class includes assisting in grading quizzes and placing cards, and enter the  grades

Sheep production class, I had the chance to lecture for the class part of the sheep nutrition section. And I was assisting in tracking the lambing process with the students, keep the records of the lambs

 

January 2011 – December 2012. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Teaching and Research Assistant

 

February 2010 – December 2010. Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Research Assistant

 

August 2006 – June 2009. Department of Animal Production. Jordan University of Science and Technology, Research Assistant. Involved in Feed analysis laboratory, preparing chemical analysis solutions, mixing and preparing feeds, manage and maintain the lambs and ewes lambing records, data collection and management. Gained good experience in meat quality research, drip loss, pH, cooking loss, fat and lean content, color and shear force

 

January 2006 – August 2006. Department of Animal Production. Jordan University of Science and Technology, Teaching and Research Assistant

 

 

:SKILLS 

.Proficient in Microsoft office (Power Point, Word, Excel), and database programs (End Note, Mendeley

.Use of E-learning programs (WebCT and Canvas

.Developed a computer-based ration formulation

.Formulating diets and mixing feeds

.Collection, processing and analysis of feeds, feces, urine, blood, digesta and rumen fluid via cannula or through oral lavage

Processing of animals, carcass data collection, looking at brain lesions, tissue sample collection and preparation for cell proliferation, help in rumen and .duodenum cannulation

.Meat quality measurement, shear force, drip loss, meat color and cooking loss

.Proximate analysis, Leco and Kjeldahl N analysis, ANCOM procedure for NDF and ADF, colorimetric assay of enzymes, Ether Extract

.Gerber procedure for milk fat analysis

.Conducting studies of metabolism, digestion, performance, In vitro, using markers for passage rate, VFA, and amino acids

مؤتمرات علميه

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    1. A. Allataifeh, C. A. Löest, M. N. Sawalhah, L. N. Tracey, J. Browne-Silva, C. D. Allison, J. B. Taylor, and D. M. Hallford. 2012. Efficacy of novel feed products to reduce locoweed toxicity in wether lambs. Proc. West. Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 63:138-142.

     

    1. A. Allataifeh, C. A. Löest, M. N. Sawalhah, F. Castillo, A. F. Cibils, and E. J. Scholljegerdes. 2012. Swainsonine excretion, nutrient digestibility and nitrogen retention of lambs fed alfalfa hay, locoweed, and novel feed additives. Proc. West. Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 63:320-323.

     

    1. A. Allataifeh, , M. N. Sawalhah, S. A. Soto-Navarro, and C. A. Löest. 2013. Visceral organ mass and jejunum cell proliferation of lambs fed alfalfa hay, locoweed, and feed additives. Proc. West. Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 64:405-408.

     

    1. A. Allataifeh, J. B. Taylor, L. Chen, M. N. Sawalhah, and C. A. Löest. 2014. Plasma amino acids of wether lambs supplemented with novel feed products to reduce locoweed toxicity. Proc. West. Sec. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci. 65:223-226.

     

    1. L. Samuelson, C. Ikard, J. B. Alford, J. G. Castro, S. Gutierrez, F. A. Allataifeh, B. L. Slayton-Magitman, N. C. Burdick Sanchez, J. A. Carroll, A. K. Ashley, E. J. Scholljegerdes, D. M. Hallford, and C. A. Löest. 2014. Capsaicin supplementation does not reduce lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammation in growing beef steers. Proc. West. Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 65.

     

    1. B. Alford, B. L. Slayton-Magitman, S. Gutierrez, J. G. Castro, F. A. Allataifeh, and C. A. Löest. 2014. Capsaicin influences rumen microbial fermentation and gas production in vitro. Proc. West. Sec. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci. 65.

     

PUBLIC TALK / POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Plasma amino acids of wether lambs supplemented with novel feed products to reduce locoweed toxicity. Western Section of American Society of Animal Science. San Angelo, TX. Poster. June 2014

 

Visceral organ mass and jejunum cell proliferation of lambs fed alfalfa hay, locoweed, and feed additives. Western Section of American Society of Animal Science. Bozeman, MN. Poster. June 2013.

 

Efficacy of novel feed products to reduce locoweed toxicity in wether lambs. Animal and Range Sciences Department. NMSU. Talk. April 2013

 

Novel Dietary Treatments That Could Potentially Alleviate Locoweed Toxicosis In Livestock. Animal and Range Sciences Department. NMSU. Talk. November 2012.

 

Efficacy of novel feed products to reduce locoweed toxicity in wether lambs. Western Section of American Society of Animal Science. Phoenix, AZ. Poster. July 2012.

 

Swainsonine excretion, nutrient digestibility and nitrogen retention of lambs fed alfalfa hay, locoweed, and novel feed additives. Western Section of American Society of Animal Science. Phoenix, AZ. Poster. July 2012.

 

The effect of partial replacement of barley grains by Prosopis juliflora pods on growth performance, nutrient intake, digestibility, and carcass characteristics of Awassi lambs fed finishing diets. The Agricultural Conference in the University of Jordan. Amman, Jordan. Talk. April 2007

مجلات محكمه

F. A. Al-Lataifeh. 2006. The effect of partial replacement of barley grains by Prosopis juliflora pods on growth performance, nutrient intake, digestibility and carcass characteristics of Awassi lambs fed finishing diet. MS. Thesis. Jordan University of Science and Technology.

 

B.S. Obeidat, A. Y. Abdullah, F. A. Al-Lataifeh. 2008. The effect of partial replacement of barley grains by Prosopis juliflora pods on growth performance, nutrient intake, digestibility, and carcass characteristics of Awassi lambs fed finishing diets. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 146:42-54.

 

B.S. Obeidat,M. S. Awawdeh,H. H. Titi, A. A. Abughazaleh, F. A. Al-Lataifeh, I. A. Alawneh, M. A. Abu Ishmais, R. I. Qudsieh, H. S. Subih.  2011. Effect of feeding calcium salts on performance of nursing Awassi ewes. Trop Anim Health Prod.  43:1211-1217.

 

B.S. Obeidat, A. Y. Abdullah , K. Z. Mahmoud, M. S, Awawdeh,  N. Z. Al-beitawi, F. A. Al-Lataifeh. 2009. Effects of feeding sesame meal on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and carcass characteristics of Awassi lambs. Small Rum. Res. 82 (1):13-17.

 

B.S. Obeidat, M. S. Awawdeh, R. T. Kridli, H. J. Al-Tamimi, M. A. Ballou, M. D. Obeidat, M. A. Abu Ishmais, F. A. Al-Lataifeh, H. S. Subih. 2014. Feeding corn silage improves nursing performance of Awassi ewes when used as a source of forage compared to wheat hay. Anim Feed Sci and Tech. 192: 24-28

 

M. Ata, F. Al-lataifeh, M. Altarawneh. 2017. Performance, carcass percentage, and production cost for awassi lambs fed high energy diet for short fattening period. Journal of Agricultural Science 9 (9): 108

 

 

 

نشاطات ومجتمع محلي

 

تواصل

البريد الإلكتروني : f.allataifeh@jpu.edu.jo ** fatimalataifeh@gmail.com