- Dosage compensation and imprinted genes. July 20, 2008. XXXI Conference of the International Society Of Animal Genetics. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- The use of multimedia in classroom. July 9, 2008. ADSA-ASAS meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana.
- Candidate Genes Associated with Decreased Fertility in Cattle. June 10, 2008. Genex Cooperative, Inc. Shawano, WI,USA.
- Monoallelic Expression of STAT5A is Associated with Embryonic Mortality in Cattle. Society for the Study of Reproduction 41st meeting, May 28, 2008. Kilua-Kona, Big Island, Hawaii.
- Identification of candidate genes affecting milk production traits in cattle. December 12, 2006. Tianjin Institute of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Tianjin, China
- Analysis and Reproductive Impact of an Embryonic Lethal Mutation in Cattle. December 14, 2006. Tianjin Institute of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Tianjin, China.
- Genomic imprinting and allelic variation in gene expression as a source of phenotypic variation. NC1010/NCERA199 joint meeting. October 6, 2006. Lincoln, Nebraska.
- Allelic variation in gene expression is associated with phenotypic variation. International Society of Animal Genetics meeting (ISAG), August 25, 2006. Porto Seguro, Brazil.
- New strategies for identifying candidate genes affecting quantitative traits. July 14, 2006. Department VSA, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Milan, Italy.
- Is allele-specific expression correlated with phenotypic variation in livestock species? Sygen-International- PIC. December 14, 2005. Franklin, KY.
- Genomic imprinting from human to cattle. October 12, 2004. Iowa State University, Department of Animal Sciences.
- Candidate gene approach for marker assisted selection in dairy cattle. June 22, 2004. Genex Cooperative, Inc. Shawano, WI,USA.
- Genetic Markers: Present uses and future applications. December 10, 2003. Arlington Dairy Day. WI, USA.
- Molecular Genetics Applications and Health. The Twentieth Anniversary Scientific Conference, The Galilee Society for Health Research and Services. December 19, 2002. Nazareth, Israel.