Dr. Noelle Noyes is an assistant professor in the veterinary population medicine department at the University of Minnesota. Noyes’ current research focuses on improving the understanding of antibiotic resistance in livestock production, with the ultimate goal of optimizing public health and food safety and security.
Noyes was a post-doctoral fellow at the USDA's National Institute for Food and Agriculture and a T32 pre-doctoral fellow at the NIH. She was the recipient of the German Chancellor Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
Noyes received her bachelor's degree from Amherst College and her master's degree from Osnabrueck University. She completed a dual-degree Ph.D.-D.V.M. program at Colorado State University before joining the faculty at the University of Minnesota. Currently, her lab is conducting studies on the microbiome, pathogen and antibiotic resistance issues related to livestock production, and food safety, thanks to funding from the USDA, the NIH and the University of Minnesota.