EDGAR O. OVIEDO-RONDÓN, PhD., is a Professor and Extension Specialist in the Prestage Department of Poultry Science at North Carolina State University (United States). In these roles, his responsibilities include research in broiler and broiler breeder nutrition and management, incubation, and data analytics. His research activities are related to feedstuff quality and processing, evaluation of feed additives – especially enzymes, mineral metabolism, intestinal health, avian bone and muscle development and its impacts on locomotion and meat quality, incubation effects, as well as the application of data analytics and computer modeling. Dr. Ovideo earned his veterinary degree from the University of Tolima (Colombia) and his Master of Science in Animal Nutrition and Production from the State University of Maringa (Brazil). His doctorate in Poultry Science was earned at the University of Arkansas (United States) and he recently earned a master’s degree in business administration from North Carolina State University (United States). Dr. Oviedo is the author/co-author of over 100 peer-review publications in scientific journals, has participated in over 300 proceedings at international meetings, nearly 300 abstracts at national and international scientific meetings, and written over 90 press articles, and 10 book chapters.