Join the University of Minnesota at the AASV in Indianapolis

The 53rd Annual AASV meeting is this weekend! The meeting will be back in person in Indianapolis, Indiana and we hope to see you there. There will be a number of presentations by UMN speakers, listed below.

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Saturday afternoon

1:00 Target flu surveillance Marie Culhane

1:00 Should I submit something? Optimizing diagnostics investigations Jerry Torrison

1:30 Applications of next-generation sequencing to swine diagnostics Albert Rovira

Sunday morning

8:15 A novel production model for nursing piglets from birth to the end of nursery phase Mark Schwartz

8:59 How to manage feed supply risk? Pedro Urriola

10:09 Building a new sow farm 5 years ago, today, and 10 years from now: What are the commonalities and the differences? Mark Schwartz

10:15 Detection of Mycoplasma hyorhinis in dams and piglets from birth to weaning age Cipriano De Abreu

10:30 Characterization of an experimental Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae aerosol infection model in pigs Cipriano De Abreu

10:45 Detection dynamics of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae under controlled aerosol exposure for gilt acclimatization Alyssa Betlach

11:45 First assessment of the time-to-negative processing fluids in breeding herds after a Senecavirus A oubreak Guilherme Milanez Preis

Sunday afternoon

1:45 A survey to investigate the implementation methods of rotavirus ice cubes on swine farms Seth Melson

4:30 Fine-tuning the preparation of lung homogenate for optimal Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae exposure Megan McMahon

Monday afternoon

4:30 Understanding the emergence of a new PRRSV variant (L1C 1-4-4) through implementation of epidemiological tools Cesar Corzo


  • Nitrogen gas delivered by highly expanded foam for the depopulation of swine Lindsay Miller
  • Development of antigen-based diagnostic ELISA for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae Rachel Bradley
  • Longitudinal evaluation of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae detection in processing fluids Albert Canturri
  • Occurrence of wild-type and vaccine-like porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus 2 (PRRSV-2) strains in the United States Mariana Kikuti
  • Shedding patterns and virus diversification of primary and secondary influenza infections in pigs infected with two distinct subtypes Chong Li
  • Evaluation of internal biosecurity practices combined with sow vaccination to wean influenza-negative piglets Gustavo Lopez Moreno
  • Characterizing boar stud practices in the United States to assess African swine fever infection and transmission pathways Miranda Medrano
  • Evaluation of air filters in swine farms as a surveillance method to assess the spread of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome and influenza A viruses Lan Wang

View the full program for a complete list of speakers and presentations. We can’t wait to see you again in-person!

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