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Considerations for the Future of Animal Science Research

 First Committee Meeting

 The National Academy of Sciences
Lecture Room
Washington, DC
March 10, 2014

Open Session

 

10:45 am         Welcome and Introductions

  • Bernard Goldstein, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Committee Chair

11:00 am         Charge from Sponsors

12:20 pm         General Discussion and Q&A on Sponsor Perspectives                       

12:40 pm         Lunch 

1:40 pm           Panel: National Perspective on the Future of Animal Science Research

2:20 pm           Panel: Industry Perspective on the Future of Animal Science Research

  • Dennis Treacy, Smithfield Foods, Inc.
  • Trey Patterson, Padlock Ranch (teleconference) 

3:00 pm           BREAK 

3:15 pm           Panel: Nongovernmental Perspective on the Future of Animal Science Research

3:55 pm           Panel: International Perspective on the Future of Animal Science Research

4:35 pm           Open Microphone Session: Brief Comments from Interested Parties 

5:00 pm           Meeting Adjourns

 


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