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Sunday, July 22nd For those getting to Boston in time, we’re planning some animal-centric fieldtrip options during the day on Sunday. Check back here for more details as those are finalized.

The Symposium will kick off at 5pm with two optional lectures to get you primed for the next few days: Reproductive Biology 101 and Regulation of Sterilants/Contraceptives or "So you thought you could register this?" A reception will follow where you can mingle with attendees from around the globe!

Monday, July 23rd

We’ll all be together the first full day for big picture learning in a General Session from 9am-5:30pm. Topics to range from lessons learned in the field to updates on the risks/benefits of surgical spay and neuter, with panel discussions and audience participation. Speed networking at lunch, and a banquet dinner will feature a keynote speaker and awards. 

Tuesday, July 24th

On Tuesday July 24th, attendees will self select into one of two tracks: the Contraceptive Sciences Track and the Field Experiences Track. The Contraceptive Sciences Track features learning and dialogue about the latest advances in new sterilant and contraceptive technologies, while the Field Sciences Track delves into the implementation of existing non-surgical approaches and other topics related to effective use of current and future non-surgical approaches. We’ll come back together for lunch and at the end of the day for a final, interactive session.