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.
(02/06/2019) Dr Walter Gerrits, from the Department of Animal Sciences in Wageningen, focuses on the interactions between solid feed and milk replacers on animal behaviour, health and metabolism.
(02/06/2019) The keynote of Dr Björn Kuhla from the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology focuses the hypthalamic integration of metabolic, inflammatory and endocrine signals for controlling the feed intake of ruminants.
(02/06/2019) How important are the colostrum supply and milk feeding intensity on gastrointestinal and systemic development in calves? This question will be answered by Dr Harald Hammon from the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Germany.
(12/07/2018) Dr Albert de Vries from the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Florida gives an overview of factors affecting the productive lifespan of dairy cows.
(12/07/2018) Dr Joseph W. McFadden from Cornell University Department of Animal Science has a scientific interest to define the mechanisms of insulin resistance and fatty liver disease in dairy cattle and humans. At ISRP 2019 he talks about nutrient partitioning and the sphingolipid ceramide.
(12/07/2018) Prof Dr Matthias Gauly from Free University of Bolzano will be talking about challenges for dairy cow production systems arising from climate changes in Europe at ISRP2019.
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