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Are you planning to submit a POSTER for the 2018 Regional Meeting of the Northeast Section of ASAS and Branch of ADSA, March 23-24, 2018 in Storrs, CT? If so, you must pre-register for the meeting online and indicate on the registration form that you will be submitting a poster. Pre-registration will end on March 16, 2018.
Register online today to attend.
The NE ADSA/ASAS Executive board is co-hosting a regional meeting in collaboration with the NERA Planning meeting “Poor maternal nutrition and its impact on neonatal outcomes.” A tentative schedule of events is below, which includes speakers focusing on maternal programming and speakers from the Northeast Region. The NE ADSA/ASAS will hold its annual business meeting on Saturday. We invite posters for presentation at an informal poster session on Friday evening following dinner. Please feel free to bring posters and data published elsewhere to share, as this is a networking event and abstracts will not be formally published. Graduate students presenting posters will receive a travel scholarship to help defray the costs of travel.
We hope to see you in Storrs!
If you have any questions, please contact the ASAS business office at ASAS@ASAS.org.
To reflect on the past century of research published in the Journal of Dairy Science®, the December issue of the journal’s 100th volume contains the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews, a special 100th anniversary retrospective containing 30 focused reviews of progress in areas of research that are featured in JDS.
A stand-alone reprint of the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews is available from Elsevier for $35.00 plus the cost of shipping at https://elsstmj.directfrompublisher.com/
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