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SPRING 2018 Seminars open to the Cornell Community

Gray shaded rows are graduate student seminars for ANSC 6220 (4:00-5:00pm)
White rows are Department of Animal Science seminars. (times vary)
Pink Rows are Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar Series (4:00-5:00pm)

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Date Presenter/Topic Lab Room
Apr 11 Alan Ealy, PhD, Associate Professor, Research & Innovation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
"How can we produce a better in vitro-produced cow embryo?"
Selvaraj 348

Apr 12

Asha Miles
"Understanding genetic predisposition to mastitis using a multi-pronged approach "

Huson

348

Apr 18 Alex Evans, PhD, Conway Institute of Biomolecular & Biomedical Research, University College Dublin, IRL
"Causes and consequences of the numbers of follicles in the ovaries of cattle"
Fortune 348

Apr 19
11:15-12:05

Amanda L. Patterson, Michigan State University, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Research Seminar:  Mechanisms of uterine repair in health and disease.

Johnson 348
Apr 19 Magdalena Masello Giordano

348

Apr 20
11:15-12:05

Amanda L. Patterson, Michigan State University, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Lecture:  How to make reproductive organs: sex determination and reproductive tract development.

Johnson 348
Apr 23
11:15-12:05

Patrick Murphy, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Research Seminar:  In vivo Reprogramming of Gametes to Stem Cells Relies on Placeholder Nucleosomes

Johnson 348
Apr 24
11:15-12:05

Patrick Murphy, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Lecture:  Animal Reproduction and Development: Lecture 8 - Spermatogenesis

Johnson 348
Apr 25 Jackson Nteeba, PhD, Postdoc Fellow, The University of Kansas Medical Center
"TBA"
Selvaraj 348
Apr 26
11:15-12:05

Haijun Gao, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Research Seminar:  Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Placental Development and Programming

Johnson 348
Apr 26 Guest Speaker - Dr. Mose Mosely, Retired Director of Global Development & Operations, Zoetis
"Transition from Graduate Student to Industrial Professional"

 

348

Apr 27
11:15-12:05

Haijun Gao, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Lecture:  Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy and Placentation

Johnson 348
May 3
11:15-12:05

Yi Ren, Baylor College of Medicine, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Research Seminar:  New insights into the role of immune and vascular cells in female fertility

Johnson 348
May 3 Faculty Talk - Joe McFadden, Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Science

 

348

May 4
11:15-12:05

Yi Ren, Baylor College of Medicine, Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science
Lecture:  Reproductive Technologies

Johnson 348
May 7
11:15-12:05

Maria Gracia Gervasi, University of Massachusetts
Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science - Research Seminar

Johnson 348
May 8
11:15-12:05

Maria Gracia Gervasi, University of Massachusetts
Candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Reproductive Biology in the Department of Animal Science - Lecture

Johnson 348

Dairy Center of Excellence Spring Seminar Series 2018 (VTPMD 7081)

This twice monthly seminar series covers a broad range of dairy industry topics such as preventative medicine and herd health, dairy production management, food safety, epidemiology, worker training, industry relations and more. Seminar speakers will include Cornell faculty and invited guests. Want to propose a topic or speaker for an upcoming semester? Contact elizabeth.goldberg@cornell.edu   All seminars will be held Mondays from 4-5 PM in NEW LOCATION College of Veterinary Medicine Lecture Hall I (S1-166.)   
 

Date

Speaker

Department

Topic

Jan 29

Angel Abuelo

College of Veterinary Medicine, 

Michigan State University

“Transition cow management and calf health on Australian pasture-based dairy farm”

Feb 12

Curt Gooch

Animal Science

“A novel approach to all-season ventilation for pre-weaned calf barns”

Feb 26

Athena Kirk

Classics

TBD

Mar 12

Klibs Galvao

College of Veterinary Medicine, 

University of Florida

“The use of chitosan microparticles to prevent and treat metritis in dairy cows”

Mar 26

Gerlinde Van de Walle

Baker Institute for Animal Health

“Bovine mammary stem cells and their secretome: why do we care?”

Apr 9

Joseph McFadden

Animal Science

“The dairy cow lipidome revealed: new insights into metabolism”

Apr 23

Graduate Student Presentations:

 

 

 

Asha Miles (Heather Huson)

Animal Science

“A genetic and epidemiological analysis of the relationships among udder and teat conformation, mastitis, and mammary microbiota”

 

Cora Best (Kimberly O’ Brien)

Nutritional Sciences

“Vitamin D metabolism in human pregnancy”

 

Rachel Evanowski (Martin Wiedmann)

Food Science

“Increasing producer profitability through farm level interventions designed for optimization of spore counts in raw milk.”

May 7

Jessica McArt

Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences

“Hypocalcemia in postpartum dairy cows: good or bad?”

See: http://dairy.cornell.edu/seminars/dcoe-seminar-series2018/