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Program Track

02/28
Thursday – Salon 1-3
1:00-5:20PM

Dr. Elaine Holt
Ophthalmology

University of Pennsylvania Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

 

Learning Objectives: Tips and guidelines for performing eyelid and basic corneal surgery and how to get persistent recurrent corneal ulcers to heal.

02/28
Thursday – Salon 4
1:00-5:20pm

Dr. Dennis DeNicola
Small Animal

This session is generously sponsored by IDEXX.

Chief Veterinary Educator for IDEXX Laboratories,

Learning Objectives:

03/01
Friday – Salon 1-3
8 am – 4:30 pm

Dr. Michelle Rosenbaum
Dermatology

This session is generously sponsored by Zoetis.

Senior Veterinary Specialist-dermatology at Zoetis

Learning Objectives:  Learn practical information that will help you have success with the derm diagnostics as well as the latest information and updates on  treating feline dermatophytosis.

03/01
Friday – Salon 4
8:00am-4:30pm

Dr. Alice Wolf
Feline Medicine

This session is generously sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.

Professor at Texas A&M University, Chief Medical Consultant for the Veterinary Information Network

Learning Objectives:  Learn the latest in feline medicine.

03/02
Saturday -Salon 1-3
8:00am-3:30pm

Dr. Deborah Linder
Small Animal Nutrition

Research Assistant Professor Clinical Nutrition, Obesity Clinic –
Head of Tufts Obesity Clinic for Animals Clinical Nutrition Service

Learning Objectives: Attendees will walk away with communication strategies, online resources, and talking points to discuss controversial topics with clients.

03/02
Saturday -Salon 4
8:00am-4:30pm

Dr. John C Godbold Jr.
Digital Thermal Imaging

This session is generously sponsored by LiteCure and Digitherm.

Veterinarian, Laser Therapy Educator & Consultant for LiteCure
Stonehaven Veterinary Consulting

Learning Objectives: Glowing into the future – the science and art of digital thermal imaging.  Laser therapy and thermal imaging clinical cases.

03/02
Saturday -Salon 4
10:30am-4:30pm

Dr. Jeff Denny
Small Animal Regenerative Medicine

This session is generously sponsored by LiteCure and Digitherm.

Ark Animal Hospital

Learning Objectives: Regenerative Medicine – What’s the buzz about?  How to integrate regenerative medicine into your practice.

03/02
Saturday -Salon 5
8:00am-4:30pm

Dr. Martha Smith-Blackmore
Animal Abuse and Neglect

Shelter Medicine Program – Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

Learning Objectives: Learn to recognize and differentiate non -accidental from accidental injury, criminal forms of neglect an animal sex abuse.  Learn about the criminal justice pathway for cases of animal cruelty.  Learn Indiana specific laws regarding animal welfare and study case investigations.

03/02
Saturday -Salon 5
8:00am-4:30pm

Dr.Jodi Lovejoy
Indiana Law and Animal Welfare

Field Veterinarian at IN State Board of Animal Health

 

Learning Objectives: Learn to recognize and differentiate non -accidental from accidental injury, criminal forms of neglect an animal sex abuse.  Learn about the criminal justice pathway for cases of animal cruelty.  Learn Indiana specific laws regarding animal welfare and study case investigations.