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Feb. 6-7, 2020 - Campus Merelbeke, U. Ghent, Belgium

The date for the Second European Practitioners Symposium on Equine Reproduction – ESER-2020 has been set. We would like to thank the 13 excellent speakers and the enthusiastic audience for making the first edition of the ESER a wonderful success.
In answer to popular demand, we plan to organize a second edition of the symposium at the same venue in February 2020. The format will be similar to the first edition and more details will be made available in due time. If you would like to stay informed on new developments regarding the ESER-2020 (program, registration, etc.), make sure to add your contact information to our pre-registration list. Anyone on the pre-registration list will be informed about the opening of registration two weeks before the general announcement to give you ample time to register.

For more information, contact Peter Daels. To pre-register, use the ESER 2020 pre-registration form.

Programme 2018

Patrick McCue - USA

Ovarian abnormalities of the mare
Diagnosis and treatment of endometritis
Embryo transfer - the art of transferring embryos
Challenging clinical cases in mares
 
 

James Crabtree - UK

Approach to the "repeat breeder mare"
Dystocia in the field - a practical approach 
 
 
 

Tom Stout - The Netherlands

Ovum Pick-Up - OPU 
 
 
 
 

Marco Livini - Italy

Fetal sexing in mares: 10+ years practical experience
Transrectal monitoring of the pregnancy from mid to late gestation: Useful application in practice 
 
 

Jesper Møller Nielsen - Denmark

Factors affecting fertility in a commercial frozen semen insemination program
Endometritis - dormant Strep and treatment 
 
 
 
 

Jean-François Bruyas - France

GnRH Vaccination in mares and stallions 
 
 
 
 
 

Carolina Herrera - Switzerland

In vitro production of equine embryos (and preimplantation genetic testing)
Freezing embryos / embryo collapse 
 
 

Harald Sieme - Germany

Fertility of cooled and transported semen based on field studies and how to optimize the storage of equine semen 
 
 
 

Richard Newton, UK

Herpes and equine pregnancy
Vaccination schedules on a studfarm 
 
 
 

Mark Meyer - The Netherlands

Retained Placenta: my treatment 
 
 
 

Anthony Claes - The Netherlands

Use of AMH in diagnosis of ovarian tumors and cryptorchidism
 
 
 
 

Marco Alvarenga - Brazil

Semen filter an alternative to centrifugation 
 
 
 
 

Dominik Burger - Switzerland

Reproductive strategies: How to use nature to optimize results
How genetic diversity has an impact on equine fertility: The MHC story 
 
 

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Information for Sponsors please contact ESER Organizers at peter.daels@ugent.be

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