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ANSC faculty, students take part in inaugural stress symposium

COLLEGE STATION – The inaugural symposium “Evolution of Stress: From the Genome to Disease” held at Texas A&M University on Oct. 8-9 explored current knowledge of stress research and how it can be used to improve human, animal and plant health. The symposium was hosted by the Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society (TIGSS) and attended by several faculty and students from the Department of Animal Science. Current research continues to unravel the biological and genetic origins of the stress response with the goal of reducing… Read More →