Coming soon: Webinar on optimising gut functionality

08-04-2022 | |
Coming soon: Webinar on optimising gut functionality

In the 2nd episode of the webinar series “Shaping the future of piglet care,” speakers will focus on the question how gastro-intestinal functionality can be optimised. The webinar will be broadcast on Tuesday, April 12 at 3pm CET.

Register here for the webinar on optimising gut functionality

The entire series is organised by Pig Progress in cooperation with DSM Animal Nutrition and Health.

Speakers at the gut functionality webinar

The webinar will feature:

  • Dr Tofuko Awori Woyengo,
    associate professor at Aarhus University, Denmark,
    Topic: He will speak about effects of antinutritional factors on gastro-intestinal functionality of piglets post-weaning.
  • Secondly, Dr Barbara Metzler-Zebeli,
    professor of nutritional physiology at University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria,
    Topic: She will give a presentation, titled “Pattern-recognition-receptors in the microbe-host networking along the porcine gut.”
  • The last speaker will be Konstantinos Sarantis, MS,
    global mycotoxin risk management product manager at DSM.
    Topice: He will share his thoughts on mycotoxins, a frequent and persistent anti-nutritional factor in piglets.

The 1st episode of this webinar series revolved around immune competency development and featured speakers Dr J. Jacques Matte, Dr Megan C. Niederwerder and Dr William Matthijs. It can be reviewed on-demand here.

Starting time of the webinar

The webinar will start on Tuesday, April 12, at 3pm CET. That time corresponds with:

  • Sydney, NSW, Australia: 11pm
  • Tokyo, Japan: 10pm
  • Beijing, China: 9pm
  • Bangkok, Thailand: 8pm
  • Kyiv, Ukraine: 4pm
  • London, UK: 2pm
  • São Paulo, Brazil: 10am
  • New York, NY, United States: 9am
  • Des Moines, IA, United States: 8am
  • Mexico City, Mexico: 8am
  • Denver, CO, United States: 7am

Register here for the webinar on optimising gut functionality

ter Beek
Vincent ter Beek Editor of Pig Progress / Topic: Pigs around the world