by Dalen Agnew, DVM, PhD, DACVP Two exciting 2-day workshops were held in Kampala, Uganda and Musanze, Rwanda on 20-21 Jun and 23-24 Jun, respectively, organized and supported by the […]
Veterinary student Viviana Sanchez, finishing her 2nd year at Oklahoma State University, visited in Arkansas Department of Agriculture Veterinary Laboratory for 2 weeks in May, 2022. This is her report. […]
Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia May 18-25, 2022 INDONESIA! The first DT foray into Indonesia included FOUR workshops! Drs. Corrie Brown and Tanja Zabka, of the Global Health Pathology Network […]
Prof Simon Priestnall, Treasurer, European Division and Board Member, Davis Thompson FoundationDr Tamara Dolenšek, Eastern European Representative, European Division, Davis Thompson Foundation 25-27th May 2022, Ohrid, Republic of North Macedonia […]
Navigating the transition for our big 4 courses (Descriptive Veterinary Pathology, Current Lab Animal Science Seminar (CLASS) & Pathology of Lab Animals (POLA), Current Literature and Image Interpretation Course (CLIC) and General Pathology Review Course from the desk of the Davis-Thompson Foundation President, Dr. Jey Koehler.
Webinar Review: Bugs, Pugs, and Drugs: An Overview of Inflammatory Neurologic Disorders (Dr. Jey Koehler)
On the 26th February, 2022, the Davis-Thompson Foundation was privileged to host a highly informative and supremely entertaining presentation on inflammatory CNS diseases delivered by none other than the foundation’s […]
Webinar Review: Equine Dental Histology: Foundational Knowledge Straight from the Horse’s Mouth (Dr. Charles Schwarten)
We hope you enjoy this review of Dr. Charles Schwarten’s talk on equine dental histology prepared by Dr. Haydock. This talk was delivered as part of the Foundation’s Free Friday […]
The Davis-Thompson Foundation had a phenomenal year! Check out from where our virtual seminars were broadcasted in this interactive 3D map. THANK YOU to all of those who continue to support our mission!
Webinar Review: Integrating radiology, cytology and histology in the diagnosis of bone tumors (Dr. Keren Dittmer)
In this phenomenal review, the reader will have access to a detailed dissection of Dr. Keren Dittmer’s talk, as part of the Australian Seminar Series, via Dr. Haydock’s lenses! Enjoy the material and make sure you watch the seminar on YouTube (link in the text body).
This month’s image contest winner is a gorgeous scanning electron micrograph of a digenean Renicola sloanei operculated egg sampled from the kidney of a Manx shearwater (Puffinus puffinus)