2007 U of S Distinguished Researchers, Public Lectures - Connecting Research with Communities
|Dr. Gregg Adams, Spring 2007 Distinguished Researcher Award Recipient|
Distinguished Research - or the World's Worst Job?
Monday, December 3rd, 2007
U of S Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Lecture Theatre Room 2302
Attendance is free - Reception to follow
Professor Dr. Gregg Adams
Veterinary Biomedical Sciences, U of S Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Distinguished Researcher Award Spring 2007 Recipient
Exploring the Ins and Outs of Conducting Reproductive Research in Animals
Studying animals' reproductive organs can be a messy - but extremely rewarding - experience. Learn how Dr. Gregg Adams and his U of S colleagues have worked with animals of all sizes to unravel some long-standing mysteries about fertility, puberty and reproductive aging in animals and humans.
Dr. Jane Alcorn, Fall 2007 Distinguished Researcher Award Recipient
Facts and Fears: How Mom's Medications Influence her Breastfeeding Baby
Associate Professor Dr. Jane Alcorn
Public concern or fear of causing harm to the developing child leads health care professionals to actively caution mothers about medication use during breastfeeding. What are the risks to the breastfed baby when mothers need to take medications?
Presented by U of S Research Communications. For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rate This Story