From Alan Jackman
This interview is with James Millam, Professor Emeritus of Animal Science. He was appointed in 1982 and retired in 2012.
Jim’s research focussed on avian endocrinology and reproductive physiology, specifically the gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) physiology in turkeys. He also studied reproductive physiology and behavior of parrots, and endocrine disruption in songbirds. He was a member of graduate groups in physiology, animal behavior, animal science and avian sciences. His teaching included courses in environmental physiology, avian physiology, avian management and avian reproduction.
Jim is interviewed by his friend and colleague, Mary Delany, Professor Emerita of Animal Science.