I’m going to Behaviour 2017 in Portugal next week!
Conference information: link
I’m going to be talking about my work on oxytocin and maternal and social behaviour in grey seals on monday afternoon, plus I’m presenting a poster on the development of aggressivness in seal pups on wednesday and thursday.
Symposium talk: Syposium 1 on Monday 31st July at 17:35 – 18:05
The symposium is titled ‘How Social Behaviour can impact individual health and fitness’. It will feature talks looking at how social living can impact on a range of aspects of an individual’s physiology, and the potential fitness costs and benefits associated with them. The talks cover primate species, fish and of course seals in my case!
Poster: Poster 278, Wed + Thurs, 2nd-3rd August 14:00 – 16:00
If you’re going to the conference and would like to find out more about my work it would be great to meet you there!
I’m also attending two other conferences this year, one to (hopefully) talk about my oxytocin work and the other to talk about the tissue culture work I’ve done
(TBC) Oxytocin work – 10th – 12th September
British Society for Neuroendocrinology, Nottingham (conference site: link)
Tissue Culture work – 22nd – 27th October
22nd Marine Mammal Biennial, Canada (conference site: link)
“An explant approach to understand adipose tissue function; metabolic profiles of blubber tissue differs between tissue depth, cell culture conditions and energetic state.”
So if you are attending either of these conferences you can catch me there too!