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Reproductive Physiology

Paul E. Lewis

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Assistant Director

Outreach & Community Affairs of the West Virginia Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station 


Division of Animal & Nutritional Sciences 
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design 
4111 Agricultural Science Bldg. 
West Virginia University 
P.O. Box 6108 
Morgantown, WV 26506-6108 
(304) 293-1901


PhD, Reproductive Physiology, West Virginia University, 1970-1973 
MS, Reproductive Physiology, West Virginia University, 1966-1968 
BS, Agriculture, Berea College, 1961-1973


Professor- West Virginia University 1985-present 
Director Division of Animal & Veterinary Sciences 1988-1993 and 2001-Present 
Associate Professor- West Virginia University 1980-1985 
Assistant Professor- West Virginia University (Allegheny Highlands Project) 1978-1980 
Assistant Professor- Lincoln University of Missouri 1973-1978


A&VS 105 Orientation 
A&VS 494 Career development (seminar) (1 credit hour) 
ANPH 424 Reproductive physiology (3 credit hours) 
ANPR 344 Light Horse Science (3 credit hours) 
Research Interests Reproductive management in cattle and sheep


Knights, M., Q. S. Baptiste, A. B. Dixon, J. L. Pate D. J. Marsh, E. K. Inskeep, and  P. E. Lewis. 2003. Effects of Dosage of FSH, Vehicle and Time of Treatment on Ovulation Rate and Prolificacy in Ewes During the Anestrous Season. Small Ruminants Res. 50:1-9. 

Sen, A., J. Browning, E. K. Inskeep,  P. Lewis and J. A. Flores. 2004. Expression and activation of protein kinase C isozymes by prostaglandin F2alpha in the early- and mid-luteal phase bovine corpus luteum. Biol. Reprod. 70:379-384. 

Dixon, A. B., M. Knights, J. L. Pate,  P. E. Lewis and E. K. Inskeep. 2006. Reproductive performance of ewes after 5-day treatment with intravaginal inserts containing progesterone in combination with injection of prostaglandin Fα. Reprod. Dom. Anim. 41, 142-148.