Association for Veterinary Teaching and Research Work Conference 2013

  • When: 16 -17 April 2013
  • Location: University of Nottingham, Jubilee Campus

The 67th Annual Conference of AVTRW will take place at the Jubilee Campus of the University of Nottingham on 16th/17th April and will be a joint meeting with the British Society of Animal Science, Rare Breeds Survival Trust and the World Poultry Science Association (UK).

Provisionally, AVTRW sessions have been proposed in

  • Food Security
  • Emerging Viral Diseases
  • Advances in Veterinary Laboratory Medicine
  • Immunology of the mammary gland
  • Epidemiology and One Health
  • Biomarkers of Disease in Companion Animals
  • Developments in Veterinary Education and Farm Animal Medicine
  • Industry Supported Veterinary Research and Wellcome Trust Veterinary Research

Internationally recognised speakers are being approached to provide keynote presentations in the AVTRW sessions. Abstracts are invited for presentations in these areas and all areas of veterinary research and teaching and should be submitted by 7th December 2012.

In addition a Workshop is being held on ‘Proteomics in Farm Animal Health and Production’ as an activity of the EU funded COST Action on Farm Animal proteomics (http://www.cost-faproteomics.org/). The Workshop will be open to all though prior registration (free to delegates of the Conference) is recommended.

The sessions of the BSAS, RBST and WPSA can also be attended by delegates to the Conference so that the meeting will be a stimulating and informative environment for dissemination of knowledge and for making and maintaining collaborative links across the many disciplines of veterinary research and teaching.

For more information about this meeting please click here.

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