POSTPONED: Annual H. Allen and Ann Tucker Endowed Lectureship
March 26, 2020 10:00AM - 3:00PM
The Huntington Club at Spartan Stadium
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO MSU'S RESPONSE TO THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS.
READ MORE ON THE MSU 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS WEBSITE.
Interferon Tau: Pregnancy Recognition Signaling and Inducer of Genes Required for Development of the Conceptus
Fuller W. Bazer, Ph.D.Regents Fellow, Distinguished Professor, Presidential Impact Fellow and O.D. Butler Chair, Department of Animal Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Dr. Bazer is a reproductive biologist with emphasis on uterine biology and pregnancy. His career has focused on key mechanisms of action of pregnancy recognition signals from the conceptus to the maternal uterus, including interferon tau and estrogen from ruminant and pig conceptuses. The roles of uterine secretions as transport proteins, regulatory molecules, growth factors and enzymes and endocrine regulation of their secretion is another major research interest.
In conjunction with the James J. Ireland Endowed Lectureship in Farm Animal Agricultural and Biomedical Research.
Lunch and snacks served.
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