Pig Digestive Physiology Symposium Planned

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It’s time again to begin planning for the 12th International Symposium on the Digestive Physiology of Pigs, This Symposium, set for May 30 to June 1, 2012 is the perfect place for a global exchange of information as it relates to pig digestive research. The organizing committee invites you to participate.

The scientific program will focus on the digestive tract of the pig, emphasizing physiology, immunology and microbiology. Additionally, this Symposium will review the latest advances in the field of digestive physiology of pigs, providing the basis for future research.

The event will take place in Keystone, Colo. (easily reached through Denver International Airport.)
This breathtaking mountain resort will be the perfect backdrop for our symposium. Surrounded by mountain ranges, Keystone plays host to myriad activities for the outdoor enthusiast — perfect for attendees and their families.

In 1979, the first International Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs was held in Shinfield, Reading (UK). Subsequently there have been symposiums triennially in France, Denmark, Poland, The Netherlands, Germany,France, Sweden, Canada, Denmark and Spain.

The number of participants and of scientific reports has increased significantly during this time. This
symposium, which directly involves the fields of pig nutrition and health, is now considered one of the most important on a global level.

Source: J2 Henry, LLC


 


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