39th ADSA Discover Conference moves to virtual event
The 39th American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) Discover Conference: The Transition Period – From Physiology to Management, planned for 26-29 October 2020 and originally scheduled to occur in Itasca, Illinois, is moving to a completely online event.
ADSA’s Discover Conferences have been designed to offer an informal environment and format that encourages candid interactions among scientists to improve learning and understanding of timely topics in the science of food animal agriculture. The interactive spirit of Discover conferences will remain in the virtual format, with structured discussions woven into the programme, including focused discussions with the speakers. As is consistent with previous Discover Conferences, registration will be limited in order to maintain the small group, quality discussions that participants have reportedly come to appreciate about attending a Discover Conference.
The conference will highlight scientific advancements made in the last 10 years relative to the Transition Period. Conference topics include: Physiology, Inflammation and Immune Function, Management and Feeding, Monitoring and Analysis, and Health.
“Moving to a virtual event allows us to connect with colleagues near and far in a meaningful way; while encouraging dialogue and collaboration on advancements in dairy science.,” said Catharine Perry, executive director of the American Dairy Science Association.
For more information, visit: www.adsa.org/Meetings/39th-Discover-Conference.