Come see us in Atlanta at the 2020 AASV meeting!

This week-end is the 51st annual meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians in Atlanta, GA. Numerous DVM students, graduate students, and faculty members from the University of Minnesota are presenting their latest research findings. Here is a summary table of presenters, topics, date and time. We are looking forward to seeing you there.

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Kim VanderWaalMachine learning, big data, and forecasting disease epidemiologySat1:30pm
Fabio VannucciWhat’s your diagnostics?Sat1:00pm
Amanda SponheimEstimating the sensitivity of two sample types for detection of M. hyopneumoniae early and late after experimental and natural infectionSun9:00am
Alyssa BetlachDevelopment of cost-effective surveillance protocols to minimize the risk of M. hyopneumoniae introduction to sow farmsSun9:15am
Jorge Garrido-MantillaImpact of using nurse sows or custom-made vaccines in the occurrence of influenza A in pigs prior to weaning.Sun9:30am
Montse Torremorell Towards weaning an influenza-negative pig Sun 10:00am
Athena Diesch Prevention and treatment of stress isn’t just for pigs Sun 11:05am
April EstradaCandidate virulence-associated genes identified by genome analysis of S. suis strains from the USSun11:15am
Alexia RileyEffects of duration of UV-C radiation exposure on PRRSv.Sun1:00pm
Megan McMahonLung homogenate optimization for successful M. hyopneumoniae exposure in gilts during acclimationSun3:30pm
Peter DaviesThe future of antibiotic resistance pressures on pork productionMon3:00pm

A lot of quality posters will be presented at the meeting, feel free to stop by!

Mariana KikutiViremia and mortality in piglets born to sows during a PRRSv outbreak
Guilherme Milanez PreisNational Senecavirus A seroprevalence and risk factors
Guilherme Milanez Preis Comparison of sample types to diagnose Senecavirus A during later stages of infection
Guilherme Milanez Preis Role of transportation stress on transmission of Senecavirus A in gilts
Igor PaploskiForecasting outbreaks of PEDv for near real-time data-informed decision making
Igor PaploskiEvolution of PRRSv: lessons from the last 10 years and implications for the future
Albert RoviraDistribution of PCV2 genotypes in clinical samples submitted to the UMN VDL in 2017-2018
Juan SanhuezaInvestigation of gilts as a factor for delayed time-to-stability

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