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Featuring case presentations by anatomic and clinical pathology trainees and pathologists, and a guest lecture by Dr. Linden Craig of the University of Tennessee.
Meet course lecturers, get individual feedback, and mingle with other trainees from around the world!
Learn all about gross lesions in domestic, laboratory, and exotic animals.
Dr. Donal O'Toole (second from left) is demonstrating lesions, and Dr. Melissa Macias (second from right) is translating into Spanish at the 10th seminar of the Argentinean Division of the Foundation.
Participants of the 4th Chilean Seminar of the Foundation on the campus of the University of Chile in Santiago de Chile in August 2016.
The European Symposium of the Foundation was held in Bologna, Italy, in September 2016.
Janssen R&D (J&J Pharmaceuticals) and the Davis-Thompson sponsored and hosted the Northeast Day Seminar at Spring House, Pennsylvania in September 2016.
Drs. Bruce Rideout (Co-moderator), Kevin Keel (Keynote speaker), and Dalen Agnew (Co-moderator) at the 2016 Davis-Thompson/AAZV Zoo Pathology Workshop at the AAZV meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
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The main goal of these Diagnostic Exercises is to provide interesting cases, focusing on the gross pathological lesions and associated histopathologic or cytologic findings. This material can be of great use for veterinary students, in-training pathologists, and ACVP diplomates alike.
There will be one contribution per month of the year; anyone may contribute. To do so, please contact Dr. Vinicius Carreira at firstname.lastname@example.org to identify a convenient date for your submission and to receive templates to be used. Spots will be filled out on a first-come first-served basis.