Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor for ISAE 2016? We’ve got four different opportunities for organizations, businesses and individuals to become a sponsor. Full details are listed below. Any interested, potential sponsors should contact: Professor Gregoy Bedecarrats, Ph.D., Dept. of Animal BioSciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1G 2W1, Phone: (519) 824 4120 Ext. 53692, Fax: (519) 836 9873, Email: gbedecar@uoguelph.ca

 

In-kind Sponsorship (Bronze level): Special in-kind contribution

Includes:
• Recognition on the Website with posted logo

Basic Sponsorship (Silver level): Cost $500 CDN

Includes:
• Recognition on the Website with posted logo
• 1/2 page advertisement space in the abstract book
• Name displayed on a poster board during the meeting

Symposium/Plenary lecture Sponsorship (Gold level): Cost $750 CDN

Includes:
• Recognition on the Website with posted logo
• 1/2 page advertisement space in the abstract book
• Name displayed on a poster board during the meeting
• Recognition on the registration bag with printed logo
• Special recognition during the sponsored symposium/plenary.

List of symposia and plenary lecture:

  • Miriam Friedman-Einat, Institute of Animal Science, Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, Bet-Dagan, Israel. Title: Identification of the long-sought leptin in the dark side of bird’s genome: expression pattern of the highly GC-rich avian leptins fits an autocrine/paracrine rather than endocrine function.
  • Wayne J. Kuenzel, Center of Excellence for Poultry Science, University of Arkansas, USA. Title: Mapping the brain of a chicken.
  • Simone L. Meddle, The Roslin Institute The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, The University of Edinburgh Scotland, UK. Title: Neuroendocrine and environmental interactions underlying reproductive behaviour in birds.
  • Frances Bonier, Queens University; Kingston, Ontario, Canada Title: Correlates, causes, and consequences of individual variation in glucocorticoids.

List of symposia:

  • Biological rhythms and neuroestrogens on beahviour
  • Comparative and functional genomics provide insights into Avian Endocrinology
  • Endocrinology of facultative movement.
  • Endocrinology of reproduction.
  • Flexibility and adaptability of the endocrine system
  • Hormones and neuroplasticity: image guided discoveries of molecular mechanisms in neuroplasticity
  • Multifaceted regulation of endocrine systems by glucocorticoids.
  • Peripheral feedback satiety and energy balance.
  • Programming for the future: exploring the value of developmental adversity on endocrine systems.
  • Rapid effects of neuroestrogens on behavior.
  • Special symposium: Legacy of mentorship: a tribute to Professor El Halawani.
  • Spectrum lighting, the influence of light wavelength.
  • Symposium for Student Competition
  • The roles of food and photoperiod in seasonality.

Special Events Sponsorship (Platinum level): Cost $1000 CDN

Includes:
• Recognition on the Website with posted logo
• Recognition on the registration bag with printed logo
• Full page advertisement space in the abstract book
• Name displayed on a poster board during the meeting
• Special recognition throughout the sponsored event and during all day refreshments

List of special events:

Exclusive Sponsorship of a Special Event can also be arranged

This would prevent other sponsors to be associated with that particular event. As an example, Opening Ceremony (Keynote address, buffet and entertainment) $5,000 (alcoholic beverages extra).

Any interested, potential sponsors should contact:

Professor Gregoy Bedecarrats, Ph.D.
Dept. of Animal BioSciences
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1G 2W1

Phone: (519) 824 4120 Ext. 53692
Fax: (519) 836 9873
Email: gbedecar@uoguelph.ca