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.
(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.
(10/04/2018) How can one collect and interpret data for important metabolic processes in the rumen? This is the question that Dr Jan Dijkstra, an associate professor at both the Animal Nutrition Group from Wageningen University & Research (the Netherlands) and in the Department of Animal Biosciences at University of Guelph (Canada), will answer.
(10/04/2018) At ISRP 2019, Dr Hélène Lapierre, a research scientist at the Sherbrooke Research and Development Centre in Québec and part of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, will explore how protein and energy intake affect amino acids.
(10/04/2018) Dr Urban Besenfelder, Associate Professor at th University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, analysed which impacts the environment has on the embryonic development. He will be presenting his findings at the ISRP 2019 in Leipzig.
(08/07/2018) From now on you have the chance to be part at the conference programme. Abstracts for short communications or posters are welcome until March 31, 2019.
(07/30/2018) How does nutritional regulation affect intestinal starch and protein assimilation? This is the question Dr David L. Harmon from the Department of Animal and Food Sciences at the University of Kentucky asked.
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