Associate Research Fellow
Yulianri Rizki Yanza
Animal Feed and Nutrition Modelling Research Group (AFENUE)
Email
yanza.pulspoznan@gmail.com
Core Competence
Animal Feed
Animal Nutrition
Biotechnology
Statistical Modeling
Livestock Production Management
Education Background
Formal Education
1. Bachelor: Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology-IPB University (2012)
2. Master: Nutrition and Feed Science-IPB University (2015)
3. Doctorate: Animal Nutrition and Feed Management-Poznan University of Life Sciences (2021 insyallah)

Informal Education
1. Interdisciplinary approach on measuring, modelling and mitigation training school on “Ammonia, greenhouse gas, and aerosol transmission from livestock systems”. ATB Leibniz Institute, Dept. Engineering for Livestock Management, Potsdam, Germany. September 2019. E-COST Action grant (CA16106)
2. Training school on “Emission modelling for livestock housing system”. Gent University, Faculty Of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent, Belgium. April 2019. E-COST Action grant (CA16106).
3. Training school on “Measuring greenhouse gases in agricultural systems”. University of Santiago de Compostella, Lugo Campus, Lugo, Spain. March 2019. E-COST Action grant (CA16106).
4. “Research method of feed and silage evaluation by in vitro technique”. IPB University, Bogor, Indonesia. August 2018. Dr. Anuraga Jayanegara, SPt. MSc. (8 hours)
5. “Numerical Ecology: Statistical ecology with R". Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. April 2018. Prof. Alexander Buttler and Prof. Rodolphe Schlaepfer (60 hours). Grade “A” (5/5)
6. Dynamic System Modeling Workshop. IPB University Bogor, Indonesia. 2015. Dr. Irman Firmansyah, S.Hut, M.Si. (60 hours).

Research Experience
1. Modulation of methanogenesis and biohydrogenation in the rumen of lambs fed a diet supplemented with polyphenol-rich Coleus amboinicus (Lour.). Research PI. National Science Center of Poland (NCN) nr. UMO-2018/31/N/NZ9/01589, Poland. (2018).
2. In vitro evaluation of different galactagogue: M. olifeira, C. amboinicus L., and Galohgor® Herbmix on rumen fermentation and methane production within low and high fibrous feed. Independent/Collaboration funds. (2019).
3. BIOSTRATEG program “GUTFEED: innovative nutrition in sustainable poultry production. Research team member. BIOSTRATEG, Project nr. 267659/7/NCBR/2015, Poland. (2018-2020).
4. Lupinus angustifolius seed meal supplemented to dairy cow diet improves fatty acid composition in milk and mitigates methane production. Research team member. In vitro study: the statutory funding of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal PULS, Poland (No. 507.533.06). In vivo study: Ministry of Science and Higher Education, 5th edition of Diamond Grant (No.0239/DIA/2016/45) And Ministry of Science and Higher Education programme "Regional Initiative Excellence" in years 2019-2022 (No. 005/RID/2018/19), Poland. 2016-2020.
5. The effects of medium-chain fatty acid on rumen methanogenesis in vitro and in vivo: a meta-analysis. Research PI. Mandiri dan Kolaborasi (Narodowe Centrum Nauki, nr: UMO-2016/23/B/NZ9/03427; Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA), Ignacy Lukasiewicz PhD scholarship nr: 015/IL/1617; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, PULS, nr: 506.533.04; Ministerstwo Nauki I Szkolnictwa Wyższego, nr: 005/RID/2018/19, Poland. (2018-2020).
6. Effects of partially replacing grass silage by lucerne silage cultivars in a high-forage diet on ruminal fermentation, methane production, and fatty acid composition in the rumen and milk of dairy cows. technician. Collaboration funds. (2019-2020).
7. Ruminal fermentation, microbial population and lipid metabolism in gastrointestinal nematode-infected lambs fed a diet supplemented with herbal mixtures. technician. Slovak Research and Development Agency (APVV 18-0131, APVV 17-0297) and by the framework of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland, programme "Regional Initiative Excellence" in years 2019-2022, Project No. 005/RID/2018/19, Poland. (2019-2020).
8. Effects of various mastitis treatments on the reproductive performance of cows. Technician. Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Number 2P 06 K 048 26). The funding institution financed medication (antibiotics and supporting medicines), laboratory analysis, labour, and veterinarians. (2019-2020).
9. Coleus Amboinicus Lour as Rumen Methanogenesis Modulator. Research PI. Poznan University of Life Sciences (PULS) nr. 507.533.09, Poland. (2017-2018).
10. Effect of freshwater microalgae Nannochloropsis limnetica on the rumen fermentation in vitro. Research team member. Collaboration. (2017).
11. Rumen Mechanical Stimulation through Brush Administration on Beef Cattle Fed with Low Roughage Diet. Research Team Member. Research consortium of Meiwa Co. Ltd. (Japan), PT. Mitra Catur Taruma, Obihiro University, and IPB University. (2014-2015).
12. Performa anak domba lokal pasca sapih yang diberi ransum dengan kadar energi tinggi (flushing). Anggota. Untuk penilitian Skripsi. Supervisor. (2011).
13. Pengaruh suplementasi ampas buah naga (Hylocerous undatus) untuk meningkatkan produksi dan kualitas telur ayam layer. Anggota. Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa: DIKTI. (2011).
14. Pengaruh pemberian limbah tongkol jagung terhadap performa anak domba lokal . Anggota. Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa: DIKTI. (2011).
15. Pengaruh pemberian pakan bernergi tinggi terhadap domba lokal betina melalui program flushing dalam upaya meningkatkan angka kelahiran anak domba lokal. Anggota. Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa: DIKTI. (2010).

Publications
1. Yanza Y. R.,Jayanegara A.,Astuti D. A., Takahashi J. 2015. Rumen Mechanical Stimulation through Brush Administration: Its Influence on Performance of Beef Cattle Fed with Low Roughage Diet. The 5th Annual Basic Science International Conference Malang.
2. D.A. Marrez, A. Cieślak, R. Gawad, H.M. Ebeid, M. Chrenková, M. Gao, Y.R. Yanza, M. El-Sherbiny, M. Szumacher-Strabel. 2017. Effect of freshwater microalgae Nannochloropsis limnetica on the rumen fermentation in vitro. J. Anim. Feed Sci. 26(4): 359-364. https://doi.org/10.22358/jafs/81275/2017
3. Y.R. Yanza, M. Szumacher-Strabel, M. Bryszak, M. Gao, P. Kolodziejski, A. Stochmal, S. Slusarczyk, A.K. Patra, A. Cieslak. 2018. Coleus amboinicus (Lour.) leaves as a modulator of ruminal methanogenesis and biohydrogenation in vitro. J. Anim. Sci. 96(11): 4868–4881. https://doi.org/10.1093/jas/sky321
4. Y. R. Yanza, A. Jayanegara, M. Szumacher-Strabel, M. Gao, H. Huang, A. Cieślak. 2020. The effects of medium-chain fatty acid on rumen methanogenesis in vitro: a meta-analysis. J. anim physiol. anim. nut. 00: 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpn.13367
5. M. Bryszak, M. Szumacher-Strabel, H. Huang, P. Pawlak, D. Lechniak, P. Kołodziejski, Y.R. Yanza, A.K. Patra, Z. Váradyová, A. Cieslak. 2020. Lupinus angustifolius seed meal supplemented to dairy cow diet improves fatty acid composition in milk and mitigates methane production. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2020.114590
6. Gao M, Cieślak A, Kierończyk B, Huang H, Yanza YR, Zaworska-Zakrzewska A, Józefiak D, Szumacher-Strabel M. 2020. Effects of Raw and Fermented Rapeseed Cake on Growth Performance, Methane Production, and Breast Meat Fatty Acid Composition in Broiler Chickens. Animals. 10(12):2250. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10122250