The International Milk Genomics and Human Health Symposium is our flagship event that features scientific research related to lactation, milk and dairy science for human health. The Symposium is instrumental in building collaborative, multi-disciplinary, pre-competitive platform for scientific discoveries of the structures, functions, actions and benefits of lactation and milk and to facilitate the translation of that knowledge into practice for human health.
Held every year at a different location world-wide, the symposium facilitates collaboration among scientists and innovators to accelerate scientific advancements and identify actionable opportunities.
The target audience is scientists and innovators from academic, industry, non-profit and government environments, as well as all others active in the area of lactation, milk and dairy. The Symposium targets between 75 to 150 registrants to allow for personal interactions and a manageable organization.
Click here for information on the 2019 International Milk Genomics and Human Health Symposium
Note: Proceedings from the most recent symposium can only be viewed by attendees of that symposium. If you attended, please login using the information provided to you. This information can be found on the last page of the attendee booklet or by request at email@example.com.
Earlier symposium proceedings are available upon request.
No Login Required: