Patologías espontaneás en ratones de laboratorio

La Fundación lo invita a unirse a otros colegas para la charla del Dr. Sebastian Carrasco (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, NY, US). El Dr. Carrasco compartirá su conocimiento sobre los ratones de laboratorio para los entusiastas de la medicina de animales de laboratorio y los aprendices de patología. La inscripción es gratuita pero obligatoria.


Forensic Pathology (full-day seminar)

Another year, another sought-after full-day seminar entirely dedicated to Forensic Pathology! The Foundation is pleased to announce that four brilliant speakers will share their expertise on this complex, yet necessary topic. Registrants will have the opportunity to learn more about crime scenes, chain of custody, DNA analysis dedicated to wildlife, case management, and even comparative perspectives with human forensics. This unique seminar is delivered Live with a rebroadcast option for 14 days to registrants only. So, make sure you are registered and connect with us!


Friday Rewind – Bone Marrow Histopathology with Dr. Rose Raskin

We all know how tough our days (and bone marrows) can be. If you couldn't make it to this seminar, the Foundation can help you (regarding bone marrows, you better call Dr. Raskin!).

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.


Current Literature and Image Interpretation Course

It's time to register for the renowned and lively (formerly known as) "Gross Course", with novelties tailored to anatomic pathology trainees and those taking Phase 2 of the ACVP exam. This revamped gathering is now the "Current Literature and Image Interpretation course" (CLIIC), and it will have stellar instructors lined up sharing systems-based review of veterinary pathology, including current literature, relevant textbooks, gross images, cytology, and histopathology images.

$575 – $675

Anatomy, physiology and toxicologic pathology of the audio-vestibular system

Please join us Friday, July 14th, for this exciting event! Dr. Jean-Francois Lafond (Charles River) will share with us his expertise from the fundamentals of the audio-vestibular system to its pathology with practical applications. If you ever wanted to know more about this intricate system, this event is for you. Make sure you register and attend the event live, because this seminar will NOT be recorded.


Wildlife Disease Association pre-meeting workshop

The Wildlife Disease Association and the Davis-Thompson Foundation are excited to offer a forensic science pre-meeting workshop prior to the annual WDA meeting in Athens, Georgia.  This workshop will offer training in a number of critical aspects of forensic investigation, particularly those relevant to wildlife species. The content will be delivered through a series of seminar presentations as well as discussions of actual forensic cases involving wildlife.  Topics include chain of custody and security of samples, reporting, timing of death, species identification, documenting method of death, and expert witness testimony.

$50 – $125