Program

Animal Science and Technology: Ensuring Food Security

As our society enters into a new era of opportunities, the 2017 program committee will build upon our recent successes and continue to revitalize our annual meeting. This year, the program will offer symposia that feature current issues, technologies and scientific discoveries under the umbrella of global food security. We are soliciting full symposia on topics linking to our meeting theme that include expert speakers both within and outside of the circle of animal scientists. Symposia that feature new faces and rising stars are encouraged. To further expose membership to leading scientists and unify short presentations within a topic, platform speakers will be introduced as anchors to existing sessions. These subtle changes allow for the incorporation of greater numbers of talented speakers into the program by removing structured programmatic barriers.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

BOLFA Symposium: The Biology of Lactation- From Genes to Cells to Milk

ASAS-ASN Pre-Conference Symposium:The Role of Animal Sourced Foods in Ensuring Food Security

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Undergraduate Lunch and Learn: Fueling the Future

Feed Safety in the Horse Industry: How Safe is the Feed they Consume?

International Symposium

Ruminant Nutrition Symposium

CSAS Symposium: From one to all biological components- the new approach of System Biology

Meat Science and Muscle Biology: International Perspectives on Animal Welfare and Handling

Monday, July 10, 2017

CSAS Symposium: Healthy food from healthy animals, the emergence of functional foods

Companion Animal: Milk Across the Mammalian Kingdom

PANCOSMA Comparative Gut Physiology Symposium: All About Appetite Regulation

ARPAS Symposium: Understanding Both Animal Needs and Consumer Demands in Animal  Agriculture Transparency

Research Technology

Feeds Derived from Innovative Breeding Techniques

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Small Ruminant Symposium: Small Ruminants as Biomedical Models of Human Health and Disease

Graduate Student Symposium

ASAS Cell Biology Symposium: Male Reproduction

Exercise Physiology Symposium I: Performance Dogs

Exercise Physiology Symposium II: Equine

How do we Define Sustainability Metrics for the Livestock Sector: What is Feasible and Achievable?

Cover Crops in Livestock Production: Whole-system Approach

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Fetal Programming Symposium

Big Data Analytics and Precision Animal Agriculture 

The History of Adipocyte/Adipose Tissue Research in Meat Animals

Have Questions? Here's who to ask:

Abstract Submission and Programming Deadlines
Samantha Walker, ASAS Program Director
samwa@asas.org

Changes to Meeting Structure
Dr. Sally Johnson, Overall Program Chair
sealy@vt.edu

or

Dr. Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe, ASAS CEO
meghanwr@asas.org

Housing, Special Event Requests and On-Site Logistics
Justin Bartlet, ASAS Director of Meetings
justinb@asas.org

ASAS/CSAS Membership, Meeting Registration and Invitation Letters
asas@asas.org
Attention: Melissa Burnett, ASAS Membership Manager

Reimbursement
asas@asas.org
Attention: Lindsey Burnett, ASAS Membership Manager

Awards
Jacelyn Hemmelgarn, ASAS COO
jacelynh@asas.org

Sponsorship
asas@asas.org
Attention: Dr. Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe, ASAS CEO

Annual 2017 Program Information for Committees

Travel Reimbursement

Registration for all invited speakers, regardless of their membership status, is waived for the 2017 Annual Meeting. Nonmember speakers are also entitled to limited travel reimbursement.

Travel Reimbursement Policy

Important Deadlines

April 10: Chairs able to review schedule

April 12:  Chair comments on schedule due 

April 21:  Oral presentation pre-load opens

May 8: Program draft online

May 8: Abstract Book to Committee for review

May 23: Final Program Book and Abstract Book Online 

May 26: Early Reg deadline

June 5: e-Poster Submissions due

June 9:  Launch Meeting App

July 3: Oral presentation pre-load closes

July 8-12: Meeting takes place


CSAS_Offical_Logo2

Enter your search terms below