Events

Seminar Dec 13 - VBMS 990 Seminars

  

Veterinary Biomedical Sciences 990 Seminar Series presents:

 

Amin Fayaz - New models for in vivo study of testis development and function

Khanh Luu - The effect of QUAC1 on rust infection

 

Wednesday, December 13th

2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Room 2105, WCVM

Upcoming seminars

 Date  Time &  Location  Topic  Presenter
 Wed.
 Sept 20
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102
  Prostaglandin F2α and Ovulation in Cattle  Natalia Castro (Brazil)
 Wed. 
 Sept 27
 2:30 
 WCVM 
 Rm 2102
  Pathogenesis of heat-induced infertility in
  male mammals
 Guilherme Rizzoto &
 John Kastelic (Calgary)
 Wed.
 Oct 4
 2:30 
 WCVM 
 Rm 2102
  BST in Dairy Cows

 Fernano Rivera 
 (ITSON, Obregon, MX)

 Wed.
 Oct 11
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2105
  *VBMS 990 Student Seminars  
 Wed.
 Oct 18
 2:30
 WCVM 
 Rm 2102

  Restoring the genetic diversity of Canadian bison

  Effects of low levels of ergot on semen endpoints in
  yearling bulls

 Miranda Zwiefelhofer

 Moveed Chohan 
  

 Wed.
 Oct. 25
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102
  Prostaglandin E2 signaling pathways in the 
  pregnant uterus: some new perspectives?

 Donna Slater
 (Calgary)

 Wed.
 Nov. 1
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102
  Mucosal immunity of the postpartum bovine
  uterus: putting the pieces of puzzle together
 Dinesh Dadarwal
 Wed.
 Nov. 8
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2105
  *VBMS 990 - student seminars    
 Wed.
 Nov. 15
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102
  TBA  Peter Flood
 Wed.
 Nov. 22
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102

  Sustainable Synergies: Advancing gestating sow welfare 
  could support pork industry reproductiove and 
  piglet health targets

 Yolande Seddon
 Wed. 
 Nov. 29
 2:30
 WCVM 
 Rm 2102
  Serena and Steve - IETS competition

 Steve Yang 
 Serena Caunce

 Wed.
 Dec. 6
 2:30
 WCVM
 Rm 2102
  Random start IVF in humman assisted reproduction  Angie Baerwald
 Wed. 
 Dec. 13
 2:30
 WCVM 
 Rm 2105
 *VBMS 990 Seminars
 Wed.
 Jan. 11
 2:30
 WCVM 
 Rm 2105
 *VBMS 990 Seminars
 
 
 
 
  Remaining Schedule TBA 
 

* ORH seminars in conjunction with VBMS 990 departmental seminars.

Researchers and trainees regularly present seminars in their respective colleges. In addition, graduate students provide seminars within their specific departments such as the Veterinary Biomedical Sciences or Biology 990 Seminar Series.

Please check out the following links to learn more about upcoming seminars: