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Speakers confirmed for the Colloquium for Equine Reproduction 2017

Speakers confirmed for the Colloquium for Equine Reproduction 2017

We are delighted to announce more details for the Colloquium for Equine Reproduction 2017.

The programme of guest speakers is now confirmed, including Monica Morganti (Equine IVF; Twemlow’s Hall stud), Prof Mathew Binns (The use of genetic testing in selecting TB racehorses; Equine Analysis, USA) and Dr Madeleine Campbell (Common problems with stallion fertility in practice; Hobgoblins Stud and The Royal veterinary College).

Hosted by the Central College of Animal Studies (CCOAS)

10:00   Registration
10:30   Advances in Equine Reproduction Research
             Monica Morganit (Twemlow’s Hall Stud): Advances in equine IVF (tbc)
             Offered summaries
12:30   Networking lunch
13:30   
Prof Mathew Binns (Equine Analysis):
             The use of genetic testing in selecting Thoroughbred racehorses

14:30   Coffee/tea break
15:00   Updates in Clinical Stud Practice
             Dr Madeleine Campbell (Hobgoblins Stud, Sussex):
             Common problems with stallion fertility in sports horse practice

16:00   End of conference

REGISTRATION
The registration fee £125 includes lunch, teas and coffees.  Student fee is £95 and if three or more are coming from one organisation then the student fee is £85 per person.

VENUE
http://www.ccoas.com/ccoas/ipswich/  A modern training centre.  Accessible by train and road.  http://www.ipswichvetcentre.co.uk/about-us/

Further details are found here http://bsas.org.uk/events-conferences/cfer-colloquium-for-equine-reproduction

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