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SEMINAR: Breastfeeding Physiology

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Lactation in mammals has evolved from providing exclusively immune protection to delivering a multitude of nutrients that mediate optimal growth and development of the young. Given the investment of maternal energy into lactation it is clearly critical to the survival of the species. Despite this little research has been conduction in the area, particularly with regard to women, compared to other species such as the dairy cow. Our group investigates almost all aspects of the physiology of lactation from milk composition, stem cells in milk to milk removal by the infant and the pump with the aim of providing evidence for clinical lactation protocols.
Speaker(s) Winthrop Professor Peter Hartmann and Dr Donna Geddes
Location Physiology Seminar Room (Rm 2.01)
Contact physiology <[email protected]>
Start Wed, 22 Jun 2011 16:30
End Wed, 22 Jun 2011 18:00
Submitted by physiology <[email protected]>
Last Updated Thu, 23 Jun 2011 11:48
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