Equine Reproduction Colloquium 2010

The first Colloquium for Equine Reproduction hosted by Aberystwyth University (IBERS): Registration now open

Aberystwyth University (Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences: IBERS) is delighted to host the first ‘Colloquium on Equine Reproduction’ to be held on 30th October, 2010. Four internationally prestigious speakers have been confirmed including the renowned equine reproduction scientist, Professor Twink Allen (formally of the Equine Fertility Unit, Newmarket), Prof Eytan Barnea, Dr John Newcombe and Dr Jane Morrell. The aim of the event is a unique opportunity to listen to and discuss the work of renowned scientists, vets and breeders who would otherwise rarely come together within one forum. A warm welcome will be extended to all and it is envisaged that delegates attending from a wide range of backgrounds including reproduction specialists, researchers, veterinary and biology students, breeders and veterinarians will discuss future opportunities and exchange valuable information. Participation in this colloquium will help create a centre of gravity for mammalian/equine reproduction industry specialists, researchers and veterinarians to create a synergetic network of contacts and collaborators. The colloquium will provide a unique platform for discussion between breeders, veterinarians and researchers to identify areas of research need with real value to the breeder.

This event will be held in the picturesque and tranquil location of Gregynog Hall, nr Newtown Powys. The event is being held on a not-for-profit basis and as such the registration fee has been cheaply priced at £50 per delegate for the day (£20 for students) representing excellent value for money. Places are limited and attendance must be booked in advance.

Booking form and further information



For more information and to register your place please contact Dr Debbie Nash (IBERS) by e-mail (dmn@aber.ac.uk). The deadline for registering is 20th October 2010.

Dr Debbie Nash
Abersytwyth University
Llanbadarn Fawr
SY23 3AL

Tel: 01970 624471
Email: dmn@aber.ac.uk