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Juan Romano

Professor of Food Animal Theriogenology


Phone: (979) 845-3541

Mailstop: 4475

Department: VLCS

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Estrous synchronization protocols. Endocrine profiles of estrous cycle in ruminants. Protocols of freezing semen. Embryo transfer in ruminants. Artificial insemination in large and small ruminants (vaginal, cervical and intrauterine). Pregnancy specific proteins of pregnancy. Pregnancy loss in ruminants

Additional Education

Laboratoire pour le Contrôle des Reproducteurs, Paris – France, Ruminant Reproduction, 1986-1987; National Livestock Breeding Center – Fukushima – Japan, Advanced Technology in Cattle Reproduction, 1991; Resident in Food Animal Theriogenology, Texas A&M University, 1998-2000


Animal reproduction. Theriogenology in large and small ruminants.

Scholarly Interests

Reproduction in Large and Small ruminants. Assisted Reproductive Technologies. Reproductive management in ruminants.

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