More than 20 STSM applications
STSM useful tool
 

The possibility of Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) has been stimulated since the start of the COST Action Feed for Health in December 2008. Now three years later 25 mainly young researchers have applied for a STSM. An overview of all applications and their status is given below. Interest in a STSM? Click here for more details about how to apply.

Name

Name institute

Host institute

Subject – WG

Application status

Period STSM

Themis Altintzouglu

Nofima, Norway

UGhent, Belgium

Collaborative academic writing consumer papers WG4

Reported

June 2009

Alba Tres

University of Barcelona, Spain

RIKILT, The Netherlands

Feeding Fat Authentication WG2-3

Reported

November 2009

Giuseppina Amato

Center for the Surveillance Monitoring of Animal feed, Italy

Walloon Agricultural Research Centre, Belgium

Infrared spectroscopy and chemometric applications on animal proteins WG2

Reported

March 2010

Georgios Theodorou

Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

University of Milan, Italy

Effect of various nutrients on expression of plasminogen activator related genes in adipocytes WG1

Reported

May 2010

Ekaterina Vachkova

Trakia University, Bulgaria

University of Bern, Switzerland

The IGF-1 and their binding proteins distribution in different fractions of the first colostrums WG1

Reported

May 2010

Alba Tres

RIKIL , The Netherlands

University of Cordoba, Spain

Authentication of organic feeds using NIR WG3

Reported

October 2010

Doreen Gille

Agroscope Liebefeld-Posieux ALP, Switzerland

Nofima, Norway

Health consciousness in the ageing Swiss population WG4

Reported

January 2011

Eleonora Fusi

University Milan, Italy

Institute of Animal Nutrition, Germany

Effect of nutrients and nutraceuticals on the development of intestinal tract and immune response WG1

Reported

January 2011

Tiia Ariko

Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia

Ghent University, Belgium

Joint research on odd- and branched-chain fatty acid profiles in milk WG1

Reported

January 2011

Luciano Pinotti

University of Milan, Italy

University College of London, UK

Constituents of animal origin characterization in feedstuffs: study of the appropriate statistical WG2

Reported

February 2011

Nicoleta Daniela Frunza

University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Romania

University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Italy

Evaluating the quality of compound feed for broiler chickens WG2

Not granted

February 2011

Joaquín Miguel Castro Montoya

Ghent University, Belgium

Animal Nutrition Group, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands

In vitro gas production technique (GPT) and the simultaneous determination of methane production

Reported

February 2011

Tamara Frankic

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

University of Edinburg, UK

Bioinformatics of gene expression data of chickens exposed to oxidative stress WG1

Reported

April 2011

Kirsty Kliem

University of Reading, UK

MTT Agrifood Research, Finland

Identification and quantification of trans fatty acids in ruminant-derived foods WG1

Reported

March 2011

Katherine Livingstone

University of Reading, UK

MTT Agrifood Research, Finland

Identification and quantification of trans fatty acids in ruminant-derived foods WG1

Reported

March 2011

Irene Mueller-Harvey

University of Reading. UK

INRA-IHAP, ENVT, France

Unravelling the anthelmintic modes of action of plant tannins to improve animal health

Reported

May 2011

Silvia Ampuero Kragten

Agroscope Liebefeld-Posieux Research Station, Switzerland

University of Córdoba, Spain

Collaborative Study on NIRS Prediction of Ingredient Composition in Compound Feeding stuffs

Reported

September 2011

Eleonora Fusi

University Milan, Italy

Breeding and Sports Medicine, Alfort, France

Nutrition, health and ageing in animals

Reported

October 2011

Hasliza Abu Hassim

Ghent University Belgium

Research Centre of Animal and Vet Science, Portugal

Optimization protocol fro enzymic extracts from white rot fungi

Reported

November December 2011

Ana Belen Soldado

Regional Institute for research and Agrofood development, Spain

University Collegue of London, UK

NIR spectroscopy:  A strategy for the value-enhancement of production

Reported

December 2011

Jaak Samarütel

University of Life Sciences, Estonia

University of Bern, Switzerland

The time course of formation of different colostrum components and their regulation

-

January-February 2012

Dr Anjo Elgersma

Independent scientist, Wageningen, The Netherlands

Aarhus University, Denmark

Write joint publications on feed value, vitamins in forage and discuss progress on lipid analyses

Reported

January-February 2012

Gina Cecilia Pistol

National Research-Development Institute for Animal Biology and Nutrition, Romania

Vetsuisse Faculty University of Bern, Switzerland

Study of mycotoxins effects on mechanisms of IgG transfer around parturition in dairy cattle

-

February-March 2012

Eva Skrivanova

Institute of Animal Science,Prague, Czech

University of Milan, Italy

In vitro methods used to screen uptake and activity of bioactive compounds in animal nutrition

-

February-March 2012

Ana Ramalho

Centre of Marine Sciences, University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal

Nofima, Norway

Fish consumption questionnaire analysis and scientific publication

-

February-March 2012

Cheila Almeida

Faculty of Sciences University of Lisbon, Portugal

Nofima, Norway

Consumer perception of seafood in Portugal –WG4

-

March 2012

Lulia Maros

National Research Development Institute for Animal Biology and Nutrition, Romenia

Wageningen UR

lon chromatographic analysis of amino acids, DAPA and available lysine

-

March 2012

 
 
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