CE Events and Workshops
- Upcoming events:
- May 7, 2015 - VCS Seminar: Dr. Nina Kieves
- May 15, 2015 - VCS Seminar: Dr. Lillie Davis
- May 21, 2015 - CAWS Spring Symposium
- August 4-7, 2015 - NPIP Salmonella Diagnostic Workshop
- September 8-12, 2015 - PVM Annual Conference
- Future Veterinary Conferences:
- September 27 to October 1, 2016
- September 19 to 23, 2017
- September 18 to 22, 2018
- September 24 to 28, 2019
- Past events:
- March 8, 2015 - Small Animal Veterinary Technology Symposium
- November 9 - 10, 2014 - Pet Bird Symposium
Achilles Tendinopathy in the Canine - Where Are We Now?
Achilles tendinopathy is seen primarily in medium and large breed dogs with Labrador’s, Dobermans, and Border collies being over-represented. In humans, several intrinsic factors have been identified that predispose them to atraumatic rupture. Two single nucleotide polymorphisms were investigated to evaluate for a genetic predisposition in a population of canines with atraumatic rupture in comparison to a control population. One (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit is offered for this seminar.
Acute Myeloid Leukemia in Dogs: Current Knowledge, Research, and Future Directions
Canine acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is an uncommon and rapidly progressive cancer. It is characterized by clonal proliferation of malignant immature myeloid progenitor cells in the bone marrow and blood. The neoplastic cells arise in the marrow and crowd out normal cells (myelophthisis), resulting in peripheral cytopenias. The prognosis for AML is grave. Unfortunately, little is known about treatment outcomes and the few treatments that have been reported were unsuccessful. Survival times are typically less than 2 to 4 weeks with only a few cases surviving for 3 to 4 months. Limited information has been published on the clinical characteristics of dogs with AML. This seminar will review what is currently known about AML in dogs, as well as in humans, and present the findings of a retrospective study of AML in dogs.
Purdue University Center for Animal Welfare Science Spring Symposium
Addressing Current Animal Welfare Issues: Scientific Challenges and Their Societal Context
May 21, 2015
West Lafayette, IN 47907
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A late fee of $20 per registration will be added to registrations after May 11th, 2015.
Online Registration closes Monday, May 18th, 2015.
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Goals of Symposium:
This one-day symposium celebrates the establishment of the new Center for Animal Welfare Sciences, which is jointly funded by the Colleges of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture as well as the Purdue University Provost's office. The symposium will provide an important opportunity for exchange of ideas, development of multi-disciplinary collaborations, and engagement of scholars, stakeholders and members of the public interested in animal welfare. This event will highlight Purdue's unique capacity and leadership relative to science-based policy development and decision-making on animal welfare.
5 Continuing Education (CE) credits will be offered at this program.
The program is intended to be useful for scientists, students, veterinarians, animal producers, various animal industry personnel, legislators, and interested members of the general public.
Call for CAWS Symposium Student Poster Session
The Center for Animal Welfare Science (CAWS) will be accepting abstracts for student posters to be presented at our upcoming symposium entitled, "Addressing current animal welfare problems: Scientific challenges and their social context." We would like to highlight excellence in research on areas of relevance to the CAWS mission, including animal welfare and human-animal interaction. We encourage you to inform interested colleagues and students about this opportunity. To submit a poster, please email the title, authors (with affiliations), and 300 word abstract of your poster to Dr. Maggie O'Haire (email@example.com) by April 10th. Abstracts must have a clear relevance to the CAWS mission. They should contain the purpose of the work, the methods used, results and conclusions. Results should be presented in sufficient detail to support the conclusions drawn. References are not required in the abstracts. Accepted abstracts will be contacted by April 24th and provided with further information pertaining to the poster session. Accepted posters will be displayed throughout the symposium on May 21 2015 with a dedicated hour for poster viewing and audience questions.
National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) Salmonella Diagnostic Workshop
August 4-6, 2015
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
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Program details coming soon with registration available June 4, 2015.
Purdue Veterinary Medicine Annual Conference
Purdue Veterinary Medicine's Annual Conference will be held September 8 to 12, 2015 on the Purdue University-West Lafayette Campus. For additional information please visit the conference site, and add a Calendar reminder for the Annual Conference (ics).
Registration opens June 1st, 2015.
PVM Conference Future Dates Schedule
Purdue Veterinary Medicine's Annual Conference will be held on on the following dates on the Purdue University-West Lafayette Campus. For additional information contact Marti Burns. Registration always begins on June 1st of the Conference year.
- Tuesday, September 27th to Saturday, October 1st, 2016 - Add a Reminder to my Calendar (ics)
- Tuesday, September 19th to Saturday, 23rd, 2017 - Add a Reminder to my Calendar (ics)
- Tuesday, September 18th to Saturday, 22nd, 2018 - Add a Reminder to my Calendar (ics)
- Tuesday, September 24th to Saturday, 28th, 2019 - Add a Reminder to my Calendar (ics)
Note: These lectures are password protocted and intended for attendees only.
1. Leptospirosis is Everywhere! (PDF, 98kb) - Lynn Guptill, DVM, PhD
2. Distemper, Parvovirus, and Lepto, Oh My! (PDF, 211kb)– Saralyn Sharp, RVT, VTS (Clinical Practice / Feline)
3. Keeping Up the Pace: Pacemaker Therapy (PDF, 152kb)– Kim Sederquist, BS, RVT, VTS (Cardiology)
4. Anemia in the Small Animal Patient (PDF, 206kb) – Julie Commons, RVT, VTS (SAIM)
5. Becoming a VTS: Panel Discussion (PDF, 72kb)
6. Blood Glucose Monitoring in the Canine Patient (PDF, 93kb) – Danielle Buchanan, BS, RVT, VTS (SAIM)
7. Hypotension in the Small Animal (PDF, 125kb) – Carrie LaCombe, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia)
8. The Great Spay Debate (PDF, 224kb) – Saralyn Sharp, RVT, VTS (Clinical Practice canine/feline)
9. Canine Aspergillosis: A Nosey Situation (PDF, 95kb) – Danielle Buchanan, RVT, VTS (SAIM)
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Note: These lectures are password protected and intended for attendees only.