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SPRING 2017 Seminars open to the Cornell Community

Gray shaded rows are graduate student seminars for ANSC 6220.
Blue rows are part of the Cornell Dairy Center of Excellence Spring Seminar Series (VTPMD 7081) in 146 Stocking Hall.
White rows are Department of Animal Science seminars.
Yellow rows are Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar Series

Date Time Presenter Room
Jan 26 4:00pm

Matt Barcus (Lei Lab), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Characterization of a wax-ester hydrolase.”

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Jan 30

4:00pm

Dr. Tom Overton, Professor and Directory of PRO-DAIRY
PRO-DAIRY - Advancing the New York dairy industry through educational programs and applied research

146 Stocking Hall

Feb 02 4:00pm

Cassandra Stambuk (Huson Lab), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Exploring Lameness Across a Lactation Through the Eyes of a Fatty Pad."

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Feb 09 4:00pm

Amy Zhao (Selvaraj Lab), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University

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Feb 16 4:00pm

Dr. Yves Boisclair – On the topic of grant writing

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Feb 27

4:00pm

Graduate Student Presentations

"Employing an on-farm algorithm to guide selective dry cow therapy",  Amy Vasquez, Veterinary Medicine
"Valorization of dairy industry waste using subcritical water",  Borja Cantero, Engineering
"Effective removal of spoilage bacteria from milk using microfiltration and impacts on shelf-life", Emily Griep, Food Science

146 Stocking Hall

Feb 23 4:00pm

Magdalena Masello (Giordano), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"ReproPhone: A User-friendly, Rapid, Low-cost Tool to Improve Cattle Reproductive Management."

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Mar 2 4:00pm

Sarah Williams (Overton), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Investigating the impacts of starch and fiber in fresh dairy cows rations."

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Mar 9 4:00pm

Maureen Valentine (Cherney), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University

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Mar 13

4:00pm

Andrew M. Novaković, E.V. Baker Professor of Agricultural Economics - Dyson School
Public regulation of dairy markets: Historical perspectives and contemporary challenges

146 Stocking Hall

Mar 16 4:00pm

Matias Stangaferro (Giordano), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
“Impact of Extending the Duration of the Voluntary Waiting Period on Reproductive Performance and Economics of Dairy Cows.”

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Mar 20

4:00pm

Jason Oliver & Curt Gooch - Animal Science
Antibiotic Resistance & Dairy Manure Systems

146 Stocking Hall

Mar 23 4:00pm

Brittany Sweeney (Overton), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Effect of a single dose of an oral calcium bolus after parturition on plasma calcium concentration and health and performance outcomes in Holstein dairy cows."

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Mar 29 4:00 SYDNEY A. ASDELL LECTURE SERIES
Patrick Lonergan, PhD, Professor and Head, Animal Crop Sciences, School of Agriculture & Food Science,University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
“Conceptus Elongation and Pregnancy Establishment in Cattle”
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Mar 30 4:00pm

Erika Korzune Ganda (Bicalho) , Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Longitudinal Profiling of the Milk Microbiome: Lessons Learned from Experimentally Induced and Naturally Infected Animals about the Impact of E. coli Mastitis and Treatment using a Third-generation Cephalosporin."

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Apr 13 4:00pm

Dr. Senthilkumar Kuppusamy, DVM, PhD, DABT Scientist (Toxicology), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
"Life after Graduate school:  A Federal Scientist's Perspective"

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Apr 20 4:00pm

Robert Wijma (Giordano), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University

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Apr 27 4:00pm

Svetlana Lima (Bicalho) , Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Maternal microbiome plays a key role on offspring’s early-life microbial community of Bos Taurus."

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May 4 4:00pm

Zeping Zhao (Lei), Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
"Differential regulation of transcriptional factors of selenoprotein genes by moderately high dietary concentrations of Se and fat in liver and adipose tissue of wildtype and Gpx1-/- mice."

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May 8 4:00pm

James Sartin, Editor in Chief, Journal of Animal Science
Editor, Translational Animal Science
Editor, Animal Frontiers
President, WAAP

"Surviving the review process: An editor's perspective."

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