Please join us on December 8th from 4pm to 5pm London time for a free seminar on Tumor Prognostic Parameters in Vet Med, promoted by the European Division of the Davis-Thompson Foundation. Dr. Taryn Donovan, from the Animal Medical Center (New York, US), will share with us the critical aspects of prognosticators in veterinary oncology. Such topic is crucial for many professionals within academia, industry, and diagnostic environments. Registration is free but required.
Stay tuned for this exciting seminar on neuropathology! Dr. Jey Koehler, from Auburn University will take you on a quick tour of some important inflammatory disorders of the nervous system!
Join us on Friday 19 November 2021, at 11:30 am Central Standard Time to learn, refresh, or review Turkey Pathology 101! Dr. Grant Burcham (Purdue University) will share with you part of his rich experience in diagnostics of domestic turkeys, including classic and intriguing cases. Come test your knowledge and share it with your colleagues! Registration is free but required.
Please join us on 16 November 2021 from 9am to 4pm US Central Standard time for a full-day seminar on what lies beyond our routine glass slides. This seminar will introduce participants to the revolution of cancer genomics and its application in veterinary medicine, as well as discuss the approaches available beyond histology including the technology of cancer genomic profiling, correlative biomarkers for immunotherapeutics, and the growing technology of image analysis and artificial intelligence. Stellar speakers are lined up for this event, and they will share content pertinent to academia, research, and diagnostics. Registration is $50. As usual, registrants will get access to the recorded seminar for 14 days in case you can’t watch it in real time.
Join us on Saturday morning, on November 13th, at 12 pm Sydney Time (7:00 pm CDT Friday evening) for this amazing seminar! Dr. Keren Dittmer, from Massey University, will share the holistic approach of diagnosing bone tumors, with a practical overview. Don’t miss out! Registration is free but required.
Please join us on 31 October 2021 (Sunday) at 6:30 PM Central Time to celebrate this annual ceremony where outstanding Anatomic and Clinical Pathology trainees in programs across the US and Canada are recognized by their institutions and pathology community, recipients of the Davis-Thompson Foundation Award. This year’s Ceremony will be virtual (Zoom) and open to everyone, but registration (free) is needed.
Please join us on 31 October 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM US Central Daylight time for a FREE (no ACVP meeting registration needed) webinar with outstanding talks organized by the LCPG. Come join us and support this excellent and generous group initiative with a rich schedule, full of informative presentations.
Soft tissue neoplasms comprise some of the most common neoplastic entities in veterinary medicine. Drs. Avallone, Roccabianca and Schulman will present material from the third volume of the series, Surgical Pathology of Tumors of Domestic Animals: Tumors of Soft Tissues, with a special guest lecture by Dr. Brian Summers. This meeting will target veterinary students, interns, residents, and anatomic pathologists involved in diagnostics. The conference will be organized into presentations and case-based interactive discussions with digital microscopy files available to registrants prior to the meeting. The presentations will cover principles and guidelines for soft tissue tumor diagnosis, grading and reporting. The most common and some of the most challenging entities, including fibrous, perivascular, and vascular tumors, will be addressed.
Join us on Friday, October 22nd, at 11am Central Daylight Time and learn all about the magnificent Blood-Brain-Barrier! Dr. L. Tiffany Lyle (Purdue University) will bring the state of the art about this intriguing topic, to help us understand many diseases processes. Registration is free but required.
Join us on Saturday morning, on October 16th, at 10 am Sydney Time for this amazing seminar! Dr. Jesse Hostetter, from University of Georgia, will make GI pathology less complicated with his great lecture, representative pictures, and some practical examples. You definitely don’t want to miss this one! Register below!