International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology
ISRP is the major international conference on ruminant physiology. It provides an overview of current, important scientific findings and areas of research in the physiology of ruminants of all kinds.
The ISRP will take place from 3 - 6 September 2019 in the fabulous KONGRESSHALLE am Zoo Leipzig.
The deadline for the abstract submission is 31 March 2019.
(11/12/2018) Participants can enjoy a number of exciting excursions in and around Leipzig and the congress party alongside the scientific conference.
(11/07/2018) How seasonal changes affect the physiology of wild life ruminants is the question Dr Walter Arnold, professor of Wildlife Biology at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, sought to answer. He will present his findings at the ISRP 2019.
(11/07/2018) Dr Barry Bradford, a professor at Kansas State University, will present an insight into the role of inflammation during the transition to lactation in cows. He will do so at the ISRP 2019 in Leipzig.
(11/07/2018) At the ISRP 2019, Dr Marcus Clauss, professor for digestive physiology, nutrition and biology of wild animals, exotic pets and wildlife at the University of Zurich, will examine the methane production of terrestrial vertebrates.
Metabolic inflammation and the relationships among energy and calcium metabolism and innate immune function
(11/07/2018) How the energy and calcium metabolism and innate immune function interact in dairy cows is a question Dr Stephan LeBlanc, a professor at the Ontario Veterinary College, set out to answer. He will present his findings at the ISRP 2019.
(10/04/2018) Dr Chris Knight, who earned a reputation for his innovative research, studied the benefits of sensor techniques in ruminants. The Emeritus Professor of Production and Animal Physiology at the University of Copenhagen will discuss his findings at the ISRP 2019.
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