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2023 General Pathology Review Course

The year 2023 is just around the corner, and we can't wait to e-see y'all at the acclaimed yearly General Pathology Review Course, which will take place the week of January 30 - February 3, 2023. So go ahead and save the date on your calendars for this phenomenal opportunity. This course will grant you access to comprehensive lectures on cell adaptations, tissue repair, inflammation, hemodynamics, pathogenesis, immunity, neoplasia, and more...!

$125 – $375

SESC case archive: the Catalan Slaughterhouse Support Network

This is the first official Free-Friday seminar available to you! Why not start 2023 learning about common, relevant, and some curious findings in the Catalan slaughterhouse? Dr. Enric Vidal (IRTA-CReSA) will generously share his experience and expertise with us in this one-of-a-kind virtual event. Do not miss this opportunity, and join fellow colleagues to discuss about the lesions and the Slaughterhouse Support Network. Registration is free, but required.


Rewind Friday: Fun at Fringe of Feline Pathology

We all know how busy our days can be! Cat-persons if you couldn't make it to this purrrrrfect seminar, feline no more! The Foundation is bringing back to you some of our recorded archived lectures (not publicly available on Youtube), delivered by top-notch speakers from all over the world in the REWIND SERIES.


Dermatopathology (full-day seminar)

The first full-day seminar of 2023 will kick off with one of the most sought themes in diagnostics: derm path! Delivering this full-day seminar are two phenomenal experts who have tons of knowledge, tips, and cases to share. This event is tailored to everyone: the curious, the excited, and the ones intimidated by dermatopathology. Come join us and sharpen your diagnostic skills. Registrants will have access to the recorded talks for 14 days.


Workshop on Pathology and Basic Mechanisms of Disease, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia

Join Drs. Alves, Fiddes, Asin, and Yabe for a workshop on basic mechanisms of disease with an emphasis on veterinary public health and transboundary diseases of significance to Namibia. This interactive workshop will be presented in a case-based manner with group discussions for optimal learning and highlighting how these diseases might appear in animal populations and veterinary public health in general.

2nd Spanish Davis-Thompson Foundation Meeting – Ruminant & Pig Pathology

Come and join us at the University of Lleida, Spain for this two-day workshop run by world-class speakers Prof Paco Uzal (University of California, Davis) and Dr Joaquin Seagles (Autonomous University of Barcelona, UAB). The course is aimed at clinical veterinarians, pathologists, trainees and students or anyone with an interest in ruminant and porcine diseases and pathology. There will also be a practical session on the second day where participants will be able to put the theory into practice under the guidance of our experts. Numbers for the practical necropsy session are limited to 30 and will be on a first-come first-served basis. To register for the necropsy please email Dr Gustavo Ramirez ( NB the workshop will be in English.

€140 – €250

2023 Northeast Veterinary Pathology Conference (NEVPC)

Smithsonian National Zoological Park - Conservation Pavillion Washington, DC 20008 3001 Connecticut Ave NW,, Washington, District of Columbia, United States

2023 NEVPC meeting with a special focus on infectious disease and vascular pathology. Registrants will have the opportunity to see a variety of curious cases and to hear excellent keynote speakers- Dr. Patricia Pesavento (UC Davis) and Dr. Jey Koehler (Auburn University).