8th BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED ANIMAL ANDROLOGY
The Association for Applied Animal Andrology is an international organization that seeks to further the understanding of male reproduction in animals of interest to mankind. It brings together representatives of science, industry and education to focus on a wide spectrum of endeavors, from maximizing genetic progress in livestock to preserving rare and endangered species. It also fulfills a unique role by facilitating direct dialogue among cutting-edge science, education, and animal breeding industries within an international context.
The theme of the conference will be “Quality Assurance and Biosecurity in the Globalized Andrology Lab”. Outstanding international speakers have already confirmed their participation. See website for more details.
LOCATION: Vancouver Community College – Vancouver, BC, Canada
DATES: July 28-29, 2012
8th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON EQUINE EMBRYO TRANSFER
The 8th International Symposium on Equine Embryo Transfer will be July 26-29, 2012 at Coast Coal Harbour Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The symposium is a satellite conference for the 17th International Congress on Animal Reproduction on July 30-August 2, 2012 in Vancouver.
LOCATION: Coast Coal Harbour Hotel – Vancouver, BC, Canada
DATES: July 26-29, 2012
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CANINE AND FELINE REPRODUCTION VII
The 24th anniversary ISCFR symposium (1988-2012), in a joint meeting with the 15th EVSSAR Congress (European Veterinary Society for Small Animal Reproduction), and as a Satellite Meeting to ICAR.
Topics include: Canid, felid and comparative carnivore reproduction; ovarian cycle regulation and contraception; pregnancy biology and management; parturition and perinatology; ovary, oocytes, embryo, testis, and sperm morphology, physiology, culture and cryopreservation; andrology; clinical management, breeding technologies, AI, and cloning; new reproductive technologies; reproductive and mammary disease and management; endangered, exotic and zoo species reproduction; dog and cat models of human reproductive disease.
LOCATION: Whistler Westin Resort – Whistler, BC, Canada
DATES: July 26-29, 2012
SATELLITE MEETING ON CAMELID REPRODUCTION: CAMELIDS THE ANIMALS OF THE FUTURE IN A CHANGING CLIMATE, REPRODUCTION, PRODUCTION AND GENETICS
The objective of this meeting is to discuss methods of improving camelid productivity and exploiting the genetic potential of these animals as well as facilitating communication between camelid researchers and breeders. It is also intended to provide a useful Continuous Education Programme.
The scientific programme will include original and review presentations on all aspects of reproduction in New and Old World camelids. Topics will include male and female reproductive physiology, embryo transfer, artificial insemination and other assisted reproduction techniques, cryopreservation of gametes, neonatology and genetics as well as milk and fibre production and therefore should be very beneficial meeting for all breeders, researchers and veterinary surgeons with an interest in New and Old World camelids.
LOCATION: British Columbia Institute of Technology – Vancouver, BC, Canada
DATES: August 3-5, 2012
SYMPOSIUM ON THE FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS OF EARLY LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT
The NSERC EmbryoGENE Strategic Research Network and the University of Alberta are pleased to announce an upcoming symposium focusing on “Functional Genomics of Early Development in Livestock”. This meeting will take place July 24-26, 2012 in Banff, Alberta and is a satellite symposium to the 2012 International Congress on Animal Reproduction (ICAR) which takes place July 29-Aug 2, 2012 in Vancouver.
The research to be highlighted at the symposium will address the dynamic nature of early development in livestock species that involve gene transcription and translation, as well as the protein–protein interactions which must occur in order to produce viable offspring and how various factors can affect the critical physiological processes involved. Scientists attending the meeting will represent a wide variety of different areas including: developmental biology, physiology, genetics, genomics, bioinformatics and statistics.
LOCATION: Banff Centre – Banff, AB, Canada
DATES: July 24-26, 2012
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