The summer has just started and our faculty and graduate students have attended multiple conferences to share the latest and most advanced results of their research. Do not miss them at the 2018 IPVS!
Come see us at the 2018 IPVS
Multiple members of our group will be presenting at the 2018 IPVS in Chongqing, China.
|Cesar Corzo||Regional monitoring for PRRSV||Monday 11th||12:15pm|
|Talita Resende||Instestinal lymphangectasis and lipogranulomatous lymphangitis in pigs||Tuesday 12th||9:45am|
|Carles Vilalta||New strategies for sampling piglets||Wednesday 13th||10:00am|
|Maria Pieters||The effect of gilt flow on Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae acclimation||Wednesday 13th||12:15pm|
|Montse Torremorell||Transmission of influenza A virus in pigs: the role of the piglet||Wednesday 13th||13:30pm|
|Fabian Chamba||Influenza herd-level prevalence and seasonality in Midwestern US breeding herds||Wednesday 13th||14:00pm|
|Jose Angulo||Elimination of vaccine porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus as part of PRRS elimination program using load-closehomogenize method||Wednesday 13th||14:45pm|
|Talita Resende||Next-generation sequencing coupled with in situ hybridization: a novel diagnostic platform to identify emerging pathogens and new variants of endemic viruses||Wednesday 13th||14:45pm|
Do not forget to vote for Minneapolis 2022!
Please visit us at our booth as we are competing to host the IPVS in 2022.