2021 Gross Pathology Review Course

Virtual

Lectures on macroscopic pathology of: swine, birds including poultry, reptiles and amphibians, zoo and exotic animals, dogs and cats, fish, non-human primates, laboratory animals, ruminants, wildlife, horses; Mock exam (ONLY FOR LIVE COURSE)
Systems approach for domestic species; species approach for non-domestic species.

$250

July Free Friday Seminars!

July Free Friday Seminars! Seminars held from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm US CDT. Always free, but registration required.
July 2: Dr. Melanie Dobromylskyj, Making the Grade: New Insights on Feline Soft Tissue Sarcomas
July 9: Dr. Peg Miller, Pituitary Pathology in the Times of Hypophysectomy
July 16: Dr. Uneeda Bryant, Cool cases

Endocrine Pathology: Best Practices and Clinical Correlates

Please join us July 6 from 8:00 am until 5:30 pm US Central Daylight Time for this seminar on endocrine pathology, taught by two of the foremost experts in the world! Dr. Tom Rosol (Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine) will speak on pathology of the adrenal gland, thyroid and parathyroid glands, endocrine pancreas, and chemoreceptor organs. Dr. Don Meuten (North Carolina State University) will offer up some histology-cytology correlates and clinicopathologic correlates, so critical in these cases. The day wraps up with a Q&A session where you can get answers straight from these subject-matter experts. You won't want to miss this full-day seminar, which includes viewing of the recorded session for 14 days afterward (so don't worry if you can't reserve the whole day!)

Brazilian seminar series: Patologia Neonatal Canina

Seminários virtuais da Associação Brasileira de Patologia Veterinária, Latin Comparative Pathology Group, e Davis-Thompson Foundation. All lectures presented in Portuguese. July 7, 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm BRT (PLEASE NOTE THE TIME ZONE!): "Patologia neonatal canina" Com Dra.Tayse Domingues de Souza, Universidade Vila Velha.

Forensic Pathology, full-day seminar!

One of our most popular subjects, and something many of us feel we can never get enough of. Please join us July 27 from 7:45 am - 5:30 pm US Eastern Daylight Time for an entire day of forensic pathology from some of the foremost experts. Please be sure to view this conference LIVE, as we do not have permission to rebroadcast these lectures!

Voices in Pathology Series: Women

Please join us from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm US Central Daylight Time on July 30 for the latest in our ongoing popular Voices in Pathology series. July's seminar celebrates and lifts up the voices of a panel of accomplished women pathologists as they share their unique and common experiences, challenges, and joys of being a woman in this profession. Drs. Ana Alcaraz, Donna Bouley, Paige Carmichael, Tiffany Lyle, Deepa Rao, and Piper Treuting will comprise our panel. The Foundation is committed to equity in all forms, and we strongly believe in this series, which is intended to celebrate, elevate, and educate. To be a pathologist is to be human, and our unique human experiences in turn affect how we live and work. Come support and learn from these amazing women.

Pathology of Laboratory Animals (POLA) and Current Laboratory Animal Science Seminar (CLASS)

For those who work with laboratory animals, or those who might need laboratory animal knowledge for a certain “quiz” that may be coming up, this course is for you!

July 31 and August 1 the Davis-Thompson Foundation presents the CLASS course, focusing on preparing for the ACLAM exam, USDA and PHS regulations, and the NRC and Ag guides.

Right after CLASS on August 2-6 is the famous Pathology of Laboratory Animals course, chock full of pathology of mice, rats, non-human primates, rabbits, ferrets, and mini-pigs.

Casos practicos de patologia aviar

Por favor únete a nosotros para este seminario gratuito en español el 6 de agosto a las 11am Central Daylight Time (CDT). La Dra. Natàlia Majó, de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, abrirá este año la segunda mitad del prestigioso Ciclo de Seminarios en Español, con charlas mensuales para nuestros colegas hispanohablantes de todo el mundo. La Dra. Majó cubrirá casos prácticos de diagnóstico aplicados a la patología aviar, ¡que siempre son muy interesantes! Al asistir a este evento gratuito en vivo, también podrá interactuar con la ponente y hacerle preguntas sobre los casos presentados y otras curiosidades que pueda tener. El registro es gratuito pero obligatorio.