May 16, 2018

Physiology Symposia at the 2018 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting

Have you made plans to attend this year’s Physiology Symposia, during the 2018 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting & Trade Show? This year there will be three symposia on this topic.

This year’s topics and presenters include:

Postnatal consequences of heat stress during fetal development 

- Dr. Bjorn Kuhla, Institute of Nutritional Phusiology, Leibnitz Institute for Farm Animal Biology – Metabolic ramifications of heat stress during late pregnancy and early gestation in dairy cows
- Dr. Sha Tao, University of Georgia – Effects of heat stress during late lactation on the dam and its calf
- Dr. Jay S. Johnson, USDA-ARS – Pre- and postnatal consequences of heat stress on piglet welfare
- Dr. Isabel C. Boleli, São Paulo State University – Incubation temperature during fetal development and postnatal outcomes in the chicken

Regulation of the growing follicle pool - basic and applied aspects

- Dr. Danielle Monniaux, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique – Regulation of initiation of follicle growth in the sheep
- Dr. Jim Ireland, Michigan State University – Size of the ovarian reserve, AMH, and fertility in cattle
- Dr. Holly LaVioe, University of South Carolina – Physiological regulation of follicular growth in the pig
- Dr. Robert V. Knox, University of Illinois – Management strategies to regulate follicular growth and timing of ovulation in pigs

Pancosma Comparative Gastrointestinal Physiology Symposium: Taste perception throughout life and evolution

- Dr. Soraya Shirazi-Beechey, University of Liverpool – Taste perception throughout life and evolution
- Dr. Gary Beauchamp, Monell Center – Human flavor perception in early life: Developmental and functional significance
- Dr. Margot Gosney, University of Reading – The effect and management of taste disorders in later life
- Dr. Kristian Daly, University of Liverpool –Sweet sensing by gut bacteria
- Dr. Mark Lyte, Texas Tech University – Microbial Endocrinology: The Intersection of microbiology and neurobiology to examine micro biome- behavior relationships including selectively bred taste phenotype

Don’t miss this exciting symposia and all of the additional symposia at the 2018 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting & Trade Show. Register today!