CSAS Symposia to be held at 2017 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting on July 9th and 10th (2:00-5:00 pm)
We are excited to announce that we will be holding two CSAS symposia at the 2017 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting in Baltimore in July.
Title: From one to all biological components – the new approach of Systems Biology
Date and Time: Sunday July 9th, 2:00 – 5:00 pm.
- Dr. Burim Ametaj – University of Alberta – Systems Biology: A new approach to tackling periparturient diseases of dairy cows.
- Dr. Ehsan Khafipour – University of Manitoba – Associations between gut, mammary and vaginal microbiomes in dairy cattle: Role in health and disease
- Dr. Angela Cánovas – University of Guelph – Understanding the nature of complex phenotypes in beef using systems biology
- Dr. Juan Loor – University of Illinois – Reconstruction of metabolic and physiologic adaptations to lactation using systems biology
Title: Healthy food from healthy animals, the emergence of functional foods
Day and Time: July 10th, 2:00 – 5:00pm.
- Dr. Alison Duncan – University of Guelph – Functional foods of animal origin in relation to human health
- Dr. David Kitts – University of British Columbia – Plant Bioactives as Functional Feed Ingredients for Animal Production Systems
- Dr. Heather Bruce – University of Alberta – Controlling meat quality through product functionality enhancement
- Dr. Payam Vahmani – AAFC – Beef: from a good source of nutrients to a functional food
- Dr. Rachel Gervais – Laval University – Milk fatty acids: emerging perspectives
- Dr. Xin Zhao – McGill University – The role of milk fat in modern human nutrition: what is the current state of knowledge?
Register for the Annual Meeting today!