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2018 Symposium Speakers

2018 International Swine Industry Symposium was held on October 24-25 in Shanghai. We have invited below prominent speakers to purely provide education for the industry. They are:

Dr. Guoyao Wu ( Professor, Texas A & M University)

Topic:Application of new bio-technology for improvement in swine nutrition and pork production efficiency

Dr. Margareth Overland (Professor and Centre Director, Foods of Norway, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway)

Topic: Biotechnological processing to produce high-quality single cell protein from renewable biomass-an update

Dr. Paul Moughan (Professor and Director of the Riddet Institute, Massey University,New Zealand)

Topic: Towards improving the efficiency of utilization of amino acids for growth in the pig

Dr. Uislei Orlando (Global Nutrition Project Director, North American Pig Improvement Company)

Topic: Competitiveness analysis of the current Brazilian pork industry and forecast of future growth

Dr. De Wu (Professor, Sichuan Agricultural University)

Topic: New concept and technology of breeder sow nutrition

Dr. Dustin Boler (Assistant Professor, University of Illinois)

Topic: Analysis of pork quality variability, and possible intervention for improving its functionality and nutritional value

Dr. Heather Channon (General Manager, Research and Innovation at Australian Pork Limited)

Topic: Achieving consistency in desirable pork quality: an Australian case study

Dr. Peter Sandoe (Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Topic: The effect of animal welfare on consumer perception of pork quality and on public acceptance of pigproduction: The EU experience

Dr. Jason Woodworth (Associate Professor, Kansas state university)

Topic: A review of strategies to impact swine feed biosecurity

Dr. Michael Tokach (Professor, Kansas state university)

Topic: Practical diet considerations to optimize profit in growing-finishing pigs

Dr. John Htoo (Director Technical Consulting-Swine Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH, Germany)

Topic: The effect of amino acids and their ratio to lysine, and net energy concentration on growth performance, carcass composition, and feed cost of finishing pigs fed low protein diets

Dr. Jaap van Milgen (Professor, INRA France)

Topic: INRA “Feed A Gene” Global Research Project Update

Dr. Peter Kappel Theil (Senior Scientist, Aarhus University, Denmark)

Topic: Fundamental research on nutrition and feeding practice of modern highly prolific lactating sows

Dr. Todd Armstrong (ASAS chairman)

Topic: Relevance of animal science research with understanding of human biological processes and wellness

Dr. Hans H Stein (Professor, University of Illinois)

Topic: Effect of digestible calcium and phosphorous on performance of growing pigs

Dr. Junjun Wang (Professor, China Agricultural University)

Topic: Postprandial evaluation and optimization of nutritional status for pigs

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