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Zoofysiologi - Foredrag og Seminarer

Kommende Seminarer på Zoofysiologi

mini-symposium on "Hidden Markov Model approaches to infer behavioral states in animals"

20.06.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 13.00 - 16.00, building 1131, room 127. Læs opslag.

13:00 Theoni Photopoulo: Using hidden Markov models to learn about long-term diving behaviour in Weddell seals.
Theoni Photopoulo, Sea Mammal Research Unit, St Andrews, Scotland

14:00 Marianna Chimienti: Linking movement processes to population dynamics: the use of energetics as the common currency in animal ecology. Marianna Chimienti, Department of Biosciences, Roskilde, Denmark

15:00 Karine Heerah: Inferring European sea bass behaviours and its drivers from vertical movements and thermal experience. Karine Heerah, Department of Biosciences, Aarhus, Denmark

Back to Back Seminar: Sladky and Meyer

21.06.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.00 - 11.00, building 1131, room 127.

The Current State of Reptile and Amphibian Analgesia.

Professor Kurt K. Sladky, Department of SurgicalSciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin, USA

Capture-induced stress in wildlife: deficiencies in its current assessment and treatment

Professor Leith Meyer, Centre for Veterinary Wildlife Studies, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Læs opslag.

Zoofysiologi Seminarer og Symposier afholdt 2019

Andreas Fahlman: Cetacean Conservation Physiology: recent advances from technological innovations

07.02.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.15 - 11.00, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Andreas Fahlman, Oceanografic foundation, Valencia, Spain. Læs opslag.

Professor Atsushi Ishimatsu: Land invasion by the mudskipper in fresh and saline waters of the Mekong River

26.02.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 13.15 - 1400, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Professor Atsushi Ishimatsu, Nagasaki University, Japan. Læs opslag.

Mitochondrial and Metabolic Responses to Low Oxygen

14.03.2019 Mini-symposium at Zoophysiology 09.00 - 16.40, Auditorium G1, building 1532, room 116.

Mitochondrial and Metabolic Responses to Low Oxygen.
Organizers: Angela Fago and Amanda Bundgaard, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University. Se program.

Professor Chris M. Wood: Lessons in Physiology from a Fish Living in the Most Extreme Aquatic Environment on Earth

11.04.2019 The 2019 Kjell Johansen Lecture 15.00 - 16.00, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Sciences.

Foredragsholder:  Professor Chris M. Wood, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada; McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada; University of Miami, Florida, USA; Amazon Research Institute, Manaus, Brazil.. Læs opslag.

Professor Prem Kumar: Is Carotid Body Physiological O2Sensitivity Determined by a Unique Mitochondrial Phenotype?

12.04.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.15 - 11.00, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder:  Professor Prem Kumar, University of Birmingham, England. Læs opslag.

Professor Ken Olson: Oxygen Sensing or Just Passing Gas: H2S as the Mediator of Hypoxic Signaling

02.05.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.30 - 11.15, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder:  Professor Ken Olson, Indiana University School of Medicine South Bend, USA. Læs opslag.

Current, eternal, and interesting problems in comparative cardiovascular physiology

03.05.2019 Workshop at AIAS 09.15 - 16.50, building 1632.

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Marine Mammal Conservation Workshop

08.05.2019 Workshop at AIAS 09.00 - 15.30, building 1632.

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Kenneth A. Halberg: Hormones & Homeostasis: The neuroendocrine control of osmoregulation in beetles and its evolutionary origins.

12.06.2019 Seminar at Zoophysiology 12.30 - 13.15, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Kenneth A. Halberg, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Læs opslag.