Oral Presentation Instructions
The speech includes 12min presentation and 3min Q & A.
The text and speech must be in English.
Please submit your PPT on site when you register in Chongqing during 10th-11th June .
In order to provide our delegates with more extensive and timely latest news, the Organizing Committee of IPVS 2018 newly added an official APP to promote to the public.The news in the official website and APP will be updated synchronously to make it more convenient for everyone to know the news anytime and anywhere.
Tianzow Breeding, founded in 2004, is a professional swine genetics supplier. The goals of Tianzow are to be one of the most popular pig genetic companies in China and to create a new model which is best fit to the development of China swine industry.
The International Pig Veterinary Society Congress will offer Young Veterinarian’s Bursaries (￥10,000/each after tax) to six presenting authors of accepted abstracts to be oral presentation for young pig veterinarians (scientists, practitioners, etc.) aged 35 years or less.
The Scientific Committee of IPVS2018 is been receiving abstracts continuously since the first call of submission. Thinking about the coming Christmas and New Year holiday, the Scientific Committee of IPVS 2018 has made a decision of extending the deadline of abstract submission until Jan 31st 2018. Please take your time to make quality abstract and submit via website submission system (www.IPVS2018.net).
On behave of the Local Organizing Committee, we are pleased to announce that registration for the IPVS2018 sponsorship program has closed, and all the relevant items of sponsorship have been confirmed. We are sincerely grateful to all the strategic partners and sponsors for their generous support for IPVS2018. See you next June in Chongqing.
--The 25th IPVS is to be hosted in Chongqing in 2018
China is the largest producer and consumer of pork in the world. In 2015, the amount of pig slaughter and pork production in China occupied 55.1% and 49.7% of the world; the import and consumption of pork are 15.4% and 50.7%, respectively；and the per capita consumption of pork is up to 41 kg which ranks top 5 in the world.