Apr 22, 2015
Chemical senses help indicate to animals which foods are healthy and suitable for consumption, making chemical sensory a key factor in our work at AFB International. Join AFB at the 37th Association for Chemoreception Sciences Annual meeting on April 22-April 25 at Hyatt Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Florida. Dr. Nancy Rawson will be attending on behalf of her Basic Research team including Mikaela Hanson’s abstract on Nose Licking Good? - A Study on Taste Reactivity in Domestic Cats and Dr. Michelle Sandau’s abstract on Feline bitter receptors TAS2R38 and TAS2R43 have response profiles distinct from their human homologues. For more information about the meeting, programs and sponsorship opportunities please visit the AChems webpage: http://www.achems.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=1. To set up a meeting while at AChems please contact Dr. Nancy Rawson at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a personalized presentation of AFB’s research on the role chemical senses play in food selection of dogs and cats, contact your account manager. We look forward to seeing you at AChemS!