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Nadia Govoni

Assistant professor

Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences

Academic discipline: VET/02 Veterinary Physiology

Curriculum vitae

EDUCATION AND POSITION OBTAINED
1994. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna, Italy - D.V.M
1995-1998. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna, Italy - Ph.D.
1998-1999. Fellowship of the Research Centre of Animal Production (CRPA)
2001- present: Permanent researcher (VET/02 Veterinary Physiology), Department of Medical Veterinary Science, University of Bologna.

THEACHING
2007-2011. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna, Course in “Digestive System Physiology”, C.I. Metabolic Endocrinology and Physiology, Degree in Animal Biotechnology
2000-present. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bologna, Degree in Veterinary Medicine, Teaching support in Veterinary Physiology I and Veterinary Physiology, Endocrinology and Ethology of Domestic Animals.

APPOINTMENTS
2007-08. Member of the Program Committee of Ph. D. Course in Veterinary morphophysiology and biotecnology
2008- 2010. Member of the Program Committee of Ph. D. Course in Veterinary morphophysiology, pathology and biotechnological application

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION TO:
-PRIN 2005: Endocrine modifications and ovarian function in transition cows treated with conjugated linoleic acid
-PRIN 2004: Multidisciplinary approach to Amiata donkey preservation: reproduction, breeding and genetics.
-PRIN 2003: Role of leptin on the development of mammary gland and throughout lactation in dairy cow.
-FIRB 2001-2003: Relationship between neuro-hormonal/endocrine-metabolic status and reproductive performances in bovine and swine species during periods characterized by different energy requirements.
Ricerca Fondamentale Orientata (ex 60%).

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
S.I.S.Vet. Italian Society of Veterinary Science
SOFIVET Italian Society of Veterinary Physiology

RESEARCH TOPICS
-Relationship between neuro-hormonal, endocrine-metabolic status and reproductive performances in bovine and swine species during periods with different energy requirements.
-Effect of fasting and refeeding on plasma leptin and ghrelin levels in prepubertal gilts and during pregnancy in sow
-Endocrine control of the ovulation, pregnancy and delivery in the domestic animal
-Endocrine modifications and ovarian function in transition cows treated with CLA
 

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