PhD degree – Trial Lecture and Public Defense
Stanislav Iakhno, Department of Paraclinical Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine will defend his PhD thesis “Porcine gut microbiota, short‑chain fatty acids, and gut health in response to a high yeast inclusion diet” on 14 December 2021.
Full English title of thesis
“Porcine gut microbiota, short‑chain fatty acids, and gut health in response to a high yeast inclusion diet”
Norwegian title of thesis
“Tarm‑mikrobiota, kortkjedede fettsyrer og tarmhelse hos svin som et resultat av en diett med en høy andel gjær”
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture
“How to design and optimize microbiome modulation experiments while accommodating the 3Rs of animal experiments”
Date: 14 December
- 13.00 Trial lecture
- 13.45 Break
- 14.15 Public defense
- Auditorium Hippocampus, NMBU, Campus Ås
- Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/62131139101
All are welcome to attend this event in Auditorium Hippocampus in person. Prior registration is no-longer required.
Alternatively, you may attend the trial lecture and public defense via Zoom. Here are the guidelines:
- Test your equipment and internet connection prior to the public defense
- Keep your audio and video off at all times
- If anyone wishes to oppose the candidate Ex Auditorio, please send us a direct message in the Zoom chat BEFORE the 1st opponent finishes his or her opposition.
- Should you have any questions or experience any technical issues, please send us direct message in the Zoom chat.
First Opponent: Professor Tim Johnson, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, United States
Second Opponent: Dr. Eric de Muinck, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, Norway
Committee Coordinator: Associate Professor Ann-Katrin Llarena, NMBU, Norway
Main supervisor: Professor Henning Sørum, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Dr Özgün Candan Onarman Umu, NMBU, Norway
The doctoral thesis is available for public review. Please request the thesis by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the information below:
Name of the PhD candidate: Stanislav Iakhno; Thesis number 2021:31; ISBN 978‑82‑575‑1802‑8