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09:55Chair’s opening remarks – Professor Colin Duncan, Chair, SRF

10:00 – 10:45

SRF PhD prize session part I

Chair: Professor Colin Duncan, Chair, SRF

10:00
10:10
10:20
10:30
The novel use of androgens to optimise detection of the fertile window in giant pandas – Kirsten Wilson, The University of Edinburgh, UK
“Horsing around” with gene copy number is associated with equine early pregnancy loss – Charlotte Shilton, Royal Veterinary College, UK
The effect of repeated doses of doxorubicin on the pre-pubertal mouse testis – Dr Kathleen Duffin, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Q&A

11:00 – 11:45

SRF PhD prize session part II

Chair: Professor Colin Duncan, Chair, SRF

11:00
11:10
11:20

11:30

MiR-371a disrupts the stroma-epithelium communication in human endometrium – Dimitra Makri, University of Nottingham, UK
Testosterone treatment affects non-growing and early growing ovarian follicles – Dr Emily Bailie, The University of Edinburgh, UK
The effect of PRDX2 protein on mitochondrial and developmental competence in an H2O2 stress-induced model of cellular senescence in sheep oocytes and blastocysts – Keerthi Gnanaprabha, University of Leeds, UK
Q&A

11:45

Comfort break

12:00-12:50

SRF prize lectures session
Chair: Dr Richard Lea, Programme Chair, SRF

12:00

12:25

SRF-SRB Exchange Lecture: Fish on Prozac – impacts of pharmaceutical pollution on pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection in aquatic wildlife – Dr Michael Bertram, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Reproduction Journal Prize Lecture: Alpha-ketoglutarate affects murine embryo development through metabolic and epigenetic modulations – Dr Zhenzhen Zhang, China Agricultural University, China
12:50-14:00Lunch break

14:00-15:05

SRF post-doctoral prize session
Chair: Dr Suman Rice, Programme Committee, SRF

14:00
14:10

14:20

14:40

14:50

Differential follicle stimulating hormone glycosylation modulates follicle growth and survival rates – Dr Gillian Johnson, King’s College London, UK
Autoimmune ovarian and uterine dysfunction induced by chronic interferon gamma expression – a novel mouse model – Dr Enitome Bafor, National Cancer Institute, USA
Chronic dietary intake of glyphosate-based herbicides in broiler hens strongly reduces the viability of their offspring during early embryonic period – Dr Anthony Estienne, INRAE, France
Differences in mRNA EVs derived from conceptuses with different developmental competency may contribute to the altered endometrial transcriptome observed during the peri-implantation period of pregnancy – Dr Tiago Henrique DeBen, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Q&A

15:15-16:30

SRF AGM
16:30Break

17:00-17:30

Meet-the-editors
Chair: Professor Colin Duncan, The University of Edinburgh, UK

 Panel: Greg Fitzharris and Chris Price, Reproduction, Canada; Norah Spears and Professor Andrew Horne, Reproduction and Fertility, UK; and Lindsay Flook, Bioscientifica, UK

17:30

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