We are glad to invite you to the Live session Webinar with Dr. André Buret on Wednesday April 14th:
“ The inflammatory process in bovine respiratory disease (BRD), and swine respiratory disease (SRD).”
14:00 pm (New York time) /20:00 pm (Paris time)
(75 minutes lecture followed by 15 minutes for questions & answers)
Our guest speaker, Dr Andre Buret, will take on a contemporary review and update of the primary issues involved in the inflammatory process in respiratory diseases, BRD & SRD.
Using viral, bacterial and parasitic models, the overall aim of Dr. Buret’s research is to characterize microbial-host interactions, and how such interactions may affect pulmonary physiology, health, inflammation, and chronic disease, in an attempt to develop novel therapeutic strategies. Dr Buret’s presentation will also discuss the anti-inflammatory properties of tulathromycin in cattle.
Dr. Buret established his research program at the University of Calgary in 1995. Dr. Buret has published over 170 peer-reviewed articles, 18 book chapters, and has been invited to deliver more than 300 presentations worldwide. Dr. Buret holds over 20 issued patents, and contributed to the creation of three biotech spin-off companies. He has mentored, as principal supervisor, more than 60 undergraduate research projects, and trained 36 Ph.D and M.Sc. students (all Research-based), as well as 13 post-doctoral fellows (and more than 80 other PhD/MSc students as co-supervisor), who have obtained positions in industry, academia, and government. He serves on many National, and International grant and government committees, and acts as advisor and/or board member for several institutes and private companies.
· Only registered attendees will be able to watch the recorded session, so please register by clicking on the button /link below
Looking forward to seeing you!
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