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Presentations at scientific conferences

Presentation

Ohrnberger, SA; Hambly, C; Speakman, JR; Valencak, TG (2018): Golden hamsters raise large litters, produce loads of milk but suffer from heat stress. Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Integrative-and-Comparative-Biology (SICB), San Francisco, CA, United States (USA), JAN 03-07, 2018. Integr Comp Biol (58), S1 E168-E168.

Valencak, TG (2018): N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids as modulators of thermogenesis in Ames dwarf mice. 14th International Symposium on Neurobiology and Neuroendocrinology of Aging; Jul 15-20; Bregenz, Austria. 2018.

Valencak, TG (2018): Experimental biology and animal welfare: a misfit? Annual Main Meeting Society of Experimental Biology; JUL 3-6; Florence, Italy. 2018.

Valencak, TG (2018): Energy metabolism and lactation in rodents. Fachtagung DVG Physiologie und Biochemie; Feb 21-23, 2018; Vienna, Austria. 2018.

Ohrnberger, SA; Hambly, C; Speakman, JR; Valencak, TG (2017): Constraints on raising young imposed by physiology in golden hamsters. Annual Main Meeting Society of Experimental Biology; JUL 3-6, 2017; Gothenborg, Sweden. 2017.

Pabis, K; ScheiberMojdehkar, B; Valencak, T; Nowikovsky, K (2017): Altered iron homeostasis in mouse models of aging. 13th International Symposium on the Neurobiology and Neuroendocrinology of Aging, Bregenz, AUSTRIA, Austria, JUL 17-22, 2016. Exp Gerontol (94) 118-118.

Valencak, TG (2017): The role of fats and heat for energy budgets in mammals. Interactive Workshop on Innovative and effective science communication and outreach; SEPT 20, 2017; Wuhan, China. 2017.

Valencak, TG (2016): Implementing 3R’s: from classroom to the lab and finally to the field. Improving experimental approaches in animal biology: Implementing the 3Rs ; JUN29-JUL1; London, UK. 2016.

Ohrnberger, SA; Hambly, C; Speakman, JR; Valencak, TG (2015): Some like it hot: do golden hamsters adjust milk production to temperature. SEB Prague 2015; JUN 30 - JUL 01, 2015; Prag, Tschechien . 2015.

Valencak, TG (2012): Do polyunsaturated fatty acids impact on lactation in MF1 mice?. -Annual Meeting Society of Experimental Biology; Jun 28-Jul 2 2012; Salzburg, Austria.

Valencak, TG (2012): Lipids in tissues from game: physiology and nutritional aspects. -Game Meat Hygiene in Focus; Oct 11-12, 2012; Vienna, Austria.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2012): To be cold and get old: effects of moderate cold exposure during lactation on metabolism and lifespan in mice. -International Hibernation Symposium; AUG 8-13, 2012; Semmering, Austria.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2012): Sustained metabolic rate in Mammals: The case of the European hare (Lepus europaeus). -4th International lagomorph conference; Jul 23-27; Vienna, Austria.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2011): Ames dwarf mice: are membrane fatty acids the key to a long life?. -Society of Experimental Biology Annual Meeting; JUL 1-4, 2011; Glasgow, UK.

Valencak, T (2010): Importance of polyunsaturated fatty acids in game meat. Public health and food-safety contributions from medical and veterinary sciences, Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, Mongolia, Jul 15-16,2010. Journal of the Mongolian Veterinary Medical Association (93), 4 48-49.

Valencak, TG (2010): Teaching: different perspectives from Europe. Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Biology (SEB); Jun 30 - Jul 3, 2010; Prag. 2010.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2010): Dietary n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation alters heart phospholipid composition but does not affect lifespan. Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Integrative-and-Comparative-Biology, Seattle, WA, JAN 03-07, 2010. Integr Comp Biol (50), S 1 E178-E178.

Valencak, TG (2009): On the physiology of mammalian life-history strategies. Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Experimental-Biology, Glasgow, SCOTLAND, United Kingdom, JUN 28-JUL 01, 2009. Comp Biochem Physiol Pt A (153A), 2 S46-S46.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2009): Physiological limits to energy turnover: The case of the European hare (Lepus europaeus). Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Experimental-Biology, Glasgow, SCOTLAND, United Kingdom, JUN 28-JUL 01, 2009. Comp Biochem Physiol Pt A (153A), 2 S147-S148.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2009): Peak sustained energy turnover during reproduction in hares: where is the limit?. -7th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife; SEP 21-24, 2009; Berlin, Germany.

Ruf,T; Valencak, TG (2008): From capital to income breeding: Seasonal changes in lactation energetics in the European hare (Lepus europaeus). 82nd Annual Meeting of the German Society of Mammalogy, Vienna, AUSTRIA, Austria, SEP 14-18, 2008. Mammalian Biology (73) 33-33.

Valencak, TG; Tataruch, F; Ruf, T (2008): Maternal investment depends on season in reproducing European hares. Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA, United States (USA), JAN 2-6, 2008. Integrative and Comparative Biology

Valencak,TG; Ruf,T (2008): Cold exposure during reproduction: boon or bane?. 82nd Annual Meeting of the German Society of Mammalogy, Vienna, AUSTRIA, Austria, SEP 14-18, 2008. Mammalian Biology (73) 43-43.

Ruf, T; Valencak, T; Hackländer, K; Tataruch, F (2007): Limits to sustained energy turnover in lactating European hares. Symposium: From ecology to conservation: Merging basic and applied science; Dez 13-14, 2007; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2007.

Valencak, T (2007): From hares to shrews and elephants: the impact of muscle fatty acids on certain aspects of mammalian physiology. Verhaltensbiologisches Seminar, Institut für Zoologie, Universität Wien; OCT 18, 2007; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2007.

Valencak, T; Ruf, T (2007): Impact of dietary energy content on lactating brown hares, Lepus europaeus. 230-230.-Leibnitz Institute for Zoo and Wildife Research; OCT 7-10, 2007; Berlin, GERMANY. Editors: East, ML; Hofer, H;;

Valencak, T; Ruf, T (2007): Membrane fatty acids and maximum lifespan in mammals - A reassessment. Society of Experimental Biologists Meeting, Glasgow, UK, United Kingdom, Mar31- Apr 4, 2007. Comp Biochem Physiol Pt A (146), 4 S55-S55.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2007): Membrane fatty acids and maximum lifespan - a reassessment. SEB Meeting 2007; 31.03.-04.04.2007; Glasgow, UK. 2007.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2007): Lactating hares are limited by the capacity of the alimentary tract. -SICB Annual Meeting; 03.-07.01.2007; Phoenix, AZ.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2007): Lactating hares are limited by the capacity of the alimentary tract. Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, United States (USA), JAN 3-7, 2007. Integr Comp Biol (46) E145-E145.

Poster

Najsar, M; Ohrnberger, SA; Valencak, TG; Andrukhova, O (2018): Gender differences in bone physiology in aged golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). 23. Tagung der Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie der Deutschen Veterinärmedizinischen Gesellschaft; Feb 21-23; Vienna, Austria. 2018.

Ohrnberger, SA; Valencak, TG (2018): Reproduction in small mammals: what can be done to refine breeding under laboratory conditions? Annual main meeting Society of Experimental Biology; JUL 3-6; Florence, Italy. 2018.

Pfabe, JU; Ohrnberger, SA; Valencak, TG; Kneissl, S (2018): Reproduction on a budget: Overlapping pregnancy and lactation slow down embryonic development in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). 23. Tagung der Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie der Deutschen Veterinärmedizinischen Gesellschaft; Feb 21-23; Vienna, Austria. 2018.

Valencak, TG (2018): Pushing the limits of reproduction in mammals: What can be done to maximise milk production? 23. Tagung der Fachgruppe Physiologie und Biochemie der Deutschen Veterinärmedizinischen Gesellschaft; Feb 21-23; Vienna, Austria. 2018.

Ohrnberger, SA; Valencak, TG (2017): Joint custody and its effects on juvenile development in Mongolian gerbil families. Annual Main Meeting Society of Experimental Biology; JUL 3-6, 2017; Gothenborg, Sweden. 2017.

Ohrnberger, S; Valencak, TG (2016): Pups want more milk? Shaving may help. Annual Main Meeting Society of Experimental Biology; JUL 4-7, 2016; Brighton, UK. 2016.

Valencak, TG; Burgess, K; Grün, B; Speakman JR (2014): Diagnosing dietary intake in C 57 Bl6 mice by using serum metabolomics. -12th International congress on obesity; MARCH 17-20, 2014; Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.

Lenzhofer, N; Diels, J; Valencak, TG (2012): Body temperature in the Ames dwarf mouse: is it affected by dietary fatty acids?. -Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Biology; Jun 28-Jul 2 2012; Salzburg, AUSTRIA.

Valencak, TG; Ruf, T (2011): Lactating hares in the cold: the role of heat dissipation. Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Integrative-and-Comparative-Biology, Salt Lake City, UT, JAN 03-07, 2011. Integr Comp Biol (51) E260-E260.

Presented Poster

Lenzhofer, N; Valencak, TG (2018): Becoming obese and hyperthermic en miniature in the Ames dwarf mouse (Prop1df/df). Keystone Symposia Conference on Molecular and Cellular Biology: Pushing the limits of healthspan and longevity; Apr 15-19, 2018; Hannover, Germany. 2018.

Valencak, T (2006): Der Anteil ungesättigter Fettsäuren in Wildbret und dessen große Bedeutung für eine gesunde Ernährung. Purkersdorfer Jagdclub, Purkersdorf, 08.06.2006. Purkersdorfer Jagdclub, Purkersdorf, 08.06.2006.

Valencak, T (2006): Der Anteil ungesättigter Fettsäuren in Wildbret und dessen große Bedeutung für eine gesunde Ernährung. Jagdclub Neulerchenfeld, Wien, Austria, 26.04.2006. Jagdclub Neulerchenfeld, Wien, 26.04.2006.

Valencak, T (2006): Fats you need: Membrane Fatty Acids and their Relation to Cold Adaptation, Metabolic Rate and Lifespan. Konrad Lorenz-Institut für Vergleichende Verhaltensforschung, Wien, Austria, 25.10.2006. Konrad Lorenz-Institut für Vergleichende Verhaltensforschung, Wien, 25.10.2006.

Valencak, T; Hauhart, B; Tataruch, F; Arnold, W; Hackländer, K; Ruf, T (2004): Impact of polyunsaturated fatty acids on performance of European hares (Lepus europaeus). 2nd World Lagomorph Conference, Vairão, Portugal, Portugal, 26. - 31.07.2004. 2nd World Lagomorph Conference, Vairão, Portugal, 26. - 31.07.2004.

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