10th International Conference on Pig Reproduction
The main scientific program will include three morning sessions composed of four plenary presentations each dealing with (1) Gametes and Embryos; (2) Pregnancy, Parturition and the Neonate; and (3) Heat Stress. Parallel sessions dealing with applied pig reproduction and state of the art topics will occur in the afternoon and include poster sessions focusing on each broad topic. The presentations will run the gamut from small RNAs, imprinting and genetic engineering to whole animal physiology and management issues. Of particular note is that this year the proceedings will be published in Molecular Reproduction and Development.