Small Ruminant Research Summaries
AASRP Meeting at 51st AABP Annual Conference
Phoenix, Arizona, USA, September 14, 2018
The 51st AABP Annual Conference will feature a scientific session focused on small ruminant research applicable to the health, welfare and productivity of goats, sheep, camelids or farmed deer. Research projects having direct application to small ruminant practitioners are being sought for the Oral Session on Friday, September 14. Each presentation should be limited to 15 minutes. Faculty, graduate students, practitioners or veterinary students are urged to share information with practitioners.
Project summaries focused on all areas of small ruminant health, welfare and production are welcome including pharmacology, epidemiology, medicine, surgery, economic analysis, pathology, preharvest food and environmental safety, diagnostics, and health monitoring. Projects should have relevance to practitioners and may be broadly applicable or more specifically applicable.
New this year! A $1,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winning oral presentation if there are a least three graduate student oral presentations in the AASRP session.
Abstract submissions for the Small Ruminant Research Summaries session must be submitted electronically to AABP by May 1, 2018 for consideration. The submission site will open February 1. For more information and to submit an abstract, go to www.aabp.org and select the Conference link, then Research Summaries-AASRP for the Abstract Submission link located in the submenu.
If you have questions about the AASRP research summaries program, contact Dr. Fred Gingrich (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Patty Scharko (email@example.com).
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