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4–7 September 2019 25th FECAVA EuroCongress

Saint Petersburg, Russia

We are very pleased to announce the 25th FECAVA EuroCongress to be held from September 4 to 7 2019 in one of the most beautiful cities in the world - Saint Petersburg, Russia.

The congress program reflects the best veterinary practices and is being prepared by world renowned veterinarians. At this congress, you can expect a friendly atmosphere, lectures and master classes from the best veterinary specialists. The joint exhibition platform will represent innovative products and technologies from different countries.

Moreover, St. Petersburg will amaze you with its rich history and architecture, museums and monuments, and its fascination with fountains and canals. There is no doubt that this trip will always remain in your heart!

For more detailed information and registration visit website.

www.fecava2019.org

7–10 June 2017 18th WAVLD Symposium (International Symposium of the World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians)

Sorrento, Italy

It is a pleasure to inform you that the 18th WAVLD Symposium (International Symposium of the World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians) will be held in Sorrento, Italy from June 7th to June 10th 2017

The event will take place at the Hotel Hilton Sorrento Palace of Sorrento and about 500 participants coming from all over the World are expected.

The Symposium will represent an opportunity to show and share research achievements, to learn the innovations and novelties in the field and to interact with distinguished leading and promising researchers.

www.wavld2017.org

22–24 June 2017 EVECC Congress 2017

Dublin, Ireland

The congress will take place place from the 22nd – 24th June 2017 in Dublin, and promises to offer a fantastic programme. The main theme of the congress is “A Breath of Fresh Air ...All Things Respiratory”. Parallel streams for veterinarians (refresher and advanced) and veterinary nurses will offer exciting and up to date knowledge on a large range of respiratory related topics.

http://www.evecc-congress.org

18–20 October 2017 2nd World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding (WIANF)

Budapest, Hungary

The AK Congress which is a member of the Wolters Kluwer Group (The Netherlands) organizes the 2nd World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding (WIANF) on 18th–20th October, 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. The conference is held every two years. Later it will be held in other countries, in other cities in Europe.

The conference aims to present how the latest developments of animal nutrition and related disciplines can be applied in animal nutrition to produce high quality and safe animal derived foods and to ensure production in a sustainable manner. Furthermore the effect of climate change on crop and on the quality of animal derived foods for human consumption will be also discussed, as well as the precision livestock farming and nutrition, and how the adverse effects of climate change can be alleviated by nutrition. Moreover, the recent knowledge on mycotoxins and their impacts on feed and animal origin food quality, the new generation of the feed additives are also included in the program of the conference.

Topics of the conference:

  • Climate change and animal nutrition
  • Mycotoxins
  • Animal nutrition and quality of animal-origin food products
  • New generations of feed additives
  • Animal nutrition and gut health
  • Precision livestock farming and nutrition
  • Free communications (further topics that relate to innovative animal nutrition)

We are inviting excellent experts as keynote speakers from different countries.

https://wianf.akcongress.com/

21–25 April 2018 Experimental Biology 2018

San Diego, CA, USA

Experimental Biology is the annual meeting of five societies comprised of more than 14,000 scientists and 25 guest societies.

Primary focus areas include anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, nutrition, pharmacology, and physiology. EB 2018 is open to everyone with interest in the latest research impacting life sciences. Attendees represent scientists from academic institutions, government agencies, non-profit organizations and industry.

This multidisciplinary, scientific meeting features plenary and award lectures, workshops, oral and posters presentations, on-site career services and exhibits spotlighting equipment, supplies and publications required for research labs and experimental study.

Our booth number is #1034 and we are looking forward to welcome you at Experimental Biology 2018 in San Diego!

Find out more at

http://experimentalbiology.org/2018/Home.aspx

11–14 June 2018 International Pig Veterinary Society Congress | IPVS2018

Chongqing, China

We, the Local Organizing Committee of IPVS2018, sincerely invite you to participate in the 25th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress (IPVS 2018) which will be held in Chongqing, China from June 11 to June 14, 2018. The congress aims to united all members and delegates of IPVS to find out solution against diseases, and to help swine producers to make profit by our efforts. We believe that IPVS 2018 will be the scientific feast on swine veterinary medicine for all delegates working on swine industry. It is expected to meet a grand congress in Chongqing.

http://www.ipvs2018.net/

18–19 June 2018 40th International Congress of the Society for Microbial Ecology and Diseases - SOMED 2018 Congress

Marriott Hotel, Budapest, Hungary

The mission of SOMED 2018 CONGRESS is to present scientific achievements and research advances in the field of human microbial ecology and role of the microbes in health and disease. SOMED 2018 Congress provides a comprehensive scientific forum to all stakeholders from this field. The Congress is also a networking event for scientists, researchers and technology providers. The conference will also provide a platform for scientific exchange and discussion between delegates from worldwide academia and industry.

For more information at:

https://www.probiotic-conference.net/page/353-somed-2018/

21–23 June 2018 17th Annual European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Congress

Venice, Italy

The congress will take place from the 21th–23rd June 2018, and promises to offer a fantastic programme. The main theme of the congress is “Straight to the heart”. It will be an exciting trip into the hemodynamic world and in the emergency and critical care of patients with cardiovascular disease and sepsis.

The program will offer parallel streams for veterinarians (refresher and advanced) and veterinary nurses. Other interesting emergency and critical care topics will also be included. Workshops and Labs will provide a practical approach to these emergency and critical care patients. Posters and abstract sessions will give you a taste of some of the most current research.

The Congress will be held at the Lido of Venice, a thin island that connects the Venice’s Lagoon to the Adriatic Sea. The venue is “Palazzo del Casino” which is worldwide famous for being every year in September the venue of the “Venice International Film Festival”. Along with the opportunity to hear what is new in many topics from highly regarded speakers, the Congress will offer you the chance to spend time in the exhibition hall with old and new friends during a busy social program : the welcome reception, toasting with ours famous Italian Spritz and the wonderful Gala Dinner where you can have a taste of the famous Italian cuisine and its great wines .

I hope to see you all, in Venice.

Straight to the heart, straight to Venice.

Linda Perissinotto
Chair of the LOC

http://www.evecc-congress.org/

22–25 June 2018 5th International One Health Congress

Saskatoon, Canada

In June 2018, the 5th International One Health Congress will bring together some 1,500 researchers, policy makers and practitioners from universities, governments and industry who are working towards integrated approaches and effective responses to complex global health challenges. To capture the multifaceted One Health concept, the congress will have three separate programme tracks. The One Health Science (OHS) track focuses on zoonoses and emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. The Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) track is dedicated to investigating, preventing and controlling antibiotic resistance. The Science Policy Interface (SPI) track is a tailormade programme for public health officials and government representatives, offering information and practical application based on the most recent scientific insights. A series of plenary sessions and satellite symposia will provide a platform for transdisciplinary interaction and exchange of ideas in a true One Health spirit. More info about the congress concept and programmes is available at the
congress website

http://www.onehealthcongress.com/

2–5 July 2018 27th International conference, "Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions"

Sydney, Australia

The International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) is excited to announce that its 27th International conference, "Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions" will be held from 2 to 5 July, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. This will be the first time the ISAZ has held a conference in the southern hemisphere – going Down Under – and we warmly invite you to join us at the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney."

http://www.isaz2018.com/

19–24 August 2018 14th International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA 2018)

Daegu, Korea

The 14th International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA 2018) is a fascinating opportunity for participants to network and share information in the areas of parasitology, under the theme "Parasites: Harms and Benefits to Animals and Humans", including discussion on the possible scientific use of parasites. Visit the congress website for more information and join our emailing list to receive newsletter updates on the congress and key dates.

http://icopa2018.org/

25–28 September 2018 43rd WSAVA Congress & 9th FASAVA Congress

Singapore

We warmly welcome all of you to the 43rd congress of WSAVA, jointly held with FASAVA in the tropical Singapore!

Excite your sensations of sights, smells and taste in the “little urban garden” of Singapore. With scenic views, unique & diverse culture, Singapore is a perfect backdrop for the unforgettable scientific experience.

Learn, explore and engage with top Veterinarians in our field at WSAVA 2018.

http://www.wsava2018.com/

18–20 October 2018 Southern European Veterinary Congress 2018

Madrid, Spain

AVEPA (Spanish Association for Small Animal Veterinarians), in collaboration with the NAVC (North American Veterinary Community), will again host the Southern European Veterinarian Conference - SEVC. The conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain, 9 to 11 November. Since 2007, the SEVC has been building its reputation as a conference whose scientific programme provides an outstanding continuing education opportunity for veterinarians all over the world. Again this year, more than 200 lectures by more than 100 world-wide experts will cover every aspect of companion animal veterinary care from diagnosis to therapy, including specific topics such as anaesthesia, behaviour, dentistry, dermatology, practice management, emergency/critical care, orthopaedics, pain management, Small Animal Medicine and Feline Medicine. The SEVC’s mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care to the veterinary community in a professional, but fun, environment. This year’s social events will include the not-to-be-missed Grand Fiesta. Spanish and English are the SEVC’s official languages and simultaneous translation will be provided at all lectures. At some lectures, simultaneous translation into French, Russian, Portuguese and Polish will also be provided.

http://sevc.info/index.php/es/

9–12 January 2014 2014 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference & House of Delegates Winter Session

Chicago, USA

The VLC offers a robust three days of networking and workshop opportunities designed with you in mind. Tracks for current and emerging leaders, and state and allied representatives are offered. This conference is also open to any veterinary professional interested in learning more about leadership, team building, and how the AVMA works with you and for you. You can also receive continuing education credit for attending select sessions.

https://www.avma.org/events/leadershipconference/pages/default.aspx

18–22 January 2014 NAVC Conference 2014

Orlando, Florida (USA)

Why is The NAVC Conference 2014 such a BIG deal?

Because it’s the first conference that brings the global veterinary community together to share ideas, sharpen our skills and learn about the latest innovations in animal care. Every species is covered. Every specialty is represented. Every Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician and Practice Manager is empowered to improve their practice. And everyone has a great time getting together to shape the future of our profession.

http://navc.com/conference/

16–24 February 2014 86th Annual Western Veterinary Conference

Las Vegas, NV, USA

With an 85 year history, Western Veterinary Conference is proud to be one of the largest gatherings of Veterinary professionals in the world. 1,000+ hours of cutting-edge programming covering a wide spectrum of topics and species with specially designed courses for the Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician, and Practice Manager will be available at the Conference held February 16-20, 2014. Attendees can earn 50 CE hours.

http://www.wvc.org/

20–23 March 2014 2014 AAHA Conference - American Animal Hospital Association

Nashville, TN, USA

Join us in Nashville, the Music City, for the first time ever. We’re taking our greatest hits from the AAHA conferences of years past, and adding new, unique tracks you’ll be sure to want to sing along to (or at least come, listen, learn, and take a few notes).

https://www.aahanet.org/AahaNashville2014/Default.aspx

7–9 May 2014 2nd International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance

La Havana, Cuba

Similar to the first ICAHS in 2011, ICAHS2 will provide a platform for discussion and interaction among surveillance stakeholders - researchers, risk managers, animal health managers and other decision makers - to foster a better dialog between science and policy in the field of animal health surveillance. The conference will include both discussions about scientific and technical issues and will also explore how scientists and policy makers can collaborate to facilitate the implementation of effective and efficient surveillance methods.

http://www.animalhealthsurveillance.org/

19–22 June 2014 Pacific Veterinary Conference 2014

San Francisco, USA

The Pacific Veterinary Conference is sponsored by the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA). If you are not a CVMA member, you can join now and save money on registration! Call 800.655.2862 for more information.

http://www.pacvet.net/default.asp?site=sanfran

16 September 2014–8 October 2013 39th World Small Animal Association Congress

Cape Town, South Africa

Get ready to be a part of the world's largest congress for small animal veterinary professionals. Experience the majestic splendor of South Africa's wildlife, culture and tradition whilst enhancing your professional veterinary network and knowledge.

At the 39th World Small Animal Association Congress, WSAVA 2014 congress, in Cape Town you will enjoy three days of educational opportunities presented by the most renowned speakers and names in the companion animal veterinary field.

http://www2.kenes.com/wsava/Pages/Home.aspx

25–28 September 2014 Southwest Veterinary Symposium

Fort Worth Convention Center, USA

Attending the Southwest Veterinary Symposium is an experience like none other because we have a heart for veterinary professionals, industry innovation, and continuing education.

http://www.swvs.org/

23–26 October 2014 World Congress on Controversies in Veterinary Medicine (CoVet)

Prague, Czech Republic

CoVet is a concept Congress dealing with controversial topics in veterinary medicine, with a special emphasis on stimulating open debate, finding solutions and reaching partial or full consensus in cases where no agreed-upon answers exist. Worldwide experts and leading animal health companies will provide scientists and veterinarians with fresh insight and take-home messages that ameliorate disease treatment and clinical management in the most difficult situations.

http://www.congressmed.com/covet

6–9 November 2014 20th FECAVA Eurocongress and 60th Congress of the GSAVA

Munich, Germany

The 20th Eurocongress of the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) and the 60th Congress of the German Small Animal Veterinary Association (GSAVA) will take place from November 6 to 9, 2014, in Munich, Germany.

We are highly delighted to welcome you to this unique event in one of the most attractive regions in Germany! Speakers from Europe and overseas will present a broad and exciting scientific and educational programme.

http://www.fecava2014.org/index.php?id=926&L=1

6–10 December 2014 60th AAEP Annual Convention - American Association Of Equine Practitioners

Salt Lake City, UT, USA

With over 100 CE credits from which to choose, over 4,000 veterinarians gathered in one city, and a trade show with nearly 400 exhibitors, the Annual Convention provides the AAEP's most comprehensive CE experience.

http://www.eventsinamerica.com/events/60th-aaep-annual-convention-american-association-of-equine-practitioners/ev4d238b50b3dab/

17–21 January 2015 NAVC Conference

Orlando, FL, USA

Over five exciting days, you’ll take exceptional CE courses focused on the areas you care about the most. You’ll learn how your fellow Veterinarians, Veterinary Technicians, Practice Managers and other veterinary professionals handle the same challenges you face every day. You’ll roll up your sleeves and practice new techniques to take back to your workplace. And you’ll discover exciting innovations that are transforming veterinary care as we know it.

http://register.navc.net/events/navc-conference-2015-the-north-american-veterinary-conference/event-summary-98f3c4f208c440a8beffc95723ac337e.aspx

20–25 January 2015 Immunity to Veterinary Pathogens – Informing Vaccine Development

Keystone, Colorado, USA

This meeting seeks to highlight the value of studying immune responses to infectious disease in animals not only to develop control measures for animal diseases but also to advance knowledge that may be more widely applicable for vaccine development. Understanding the immune response in veterinary species holds the promise of accelerating vaccine development for food animals, companion pets and clearly humans, directly addressing the One World, One Health concept emerging in vaccine research.

http://www.keystonesymposia.org/15A3

15–19 February 2015 87th Annual Western Veterinary Conference

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

With an 87 year history, Western Veterinary Conference is proud to be one of the largest gatherings of Veterinary professionals in the world. 1,000+ hours of cutting-edge programming covering a wide spectrum of topics and species with specially designed courses for the Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician, and Practice Manager will be available at the Conference.

http://www.wvc.org/

12–15 March 2015 American Animal Hospital Association Annual Conference

Tampa, Florida, USA

Nothing about AAHA’s yearly conference is typical—from our wide variety of continuing education topics and expert learning facilitators, to our one-of-a-kind social and networking events, you’ll surely experience a conference like no other, in a city like no other.

http://www.aaha.org/tampa_2015/default.aspx

23–25 March 2015 Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases

Sitges, Spain

This conference will discuss the impact of current and predicted future environmental changes on infectious disease dynamics in people, wildlife, and livestock across the globe, and what actions need to be taken.

http://www.iecid2015.com/index.html

15–18 May 2015 WSAVA 2015 — 40th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress

Bangkok, Thailand

The 2015 World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress (WSAVA 2015) will bring together vets and veterinary nurses/technicians with the aim of advancing the quality and availability of small animal medicine and sur​gery.

http://www.wsava2015.com/

12–14 June 2015 14th Congress of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS)

Lyon, France

The European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) was founded in 2002 with the aim of promoting the study, development, and practice of veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care in Europe. More information about the society can be found on www.eveccs.org. EVECCS organizes and hosts the annual EVECCS Congress held in June each year at various venues across Europe.

http://www.eveccs2015.org/

15–18 June 2015 International Symposium of the World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians 2015

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The mission of the WAVLD is to improve animal and human health by facilitating the availability of quality laboratory testing provided through veterinary diagnostic laboratories around the world.

http://www.wavld.org/home/tabid/207/default.aspx

16–18 June 2015 9th European Symposium on Poultry Genetics

Tuusula, Finland

For more information please refer to the website.

http://www.epgs2015.com/

17–19 September 2015 American Association of Bovine Practitioners 48th Annual Conference

New Orleans, United States

The American Association of Bovine Practitioners is an international association of veterinarians serving society as leaders in cattle health, welfare and productivity.

http://www.aabp.org/

27–29 June 2016 2016 University of Minnesota International Small Animal Veterinary Conference and Expo

Nanjing International Exhibition Center, China

With the rapid urbanization and the aging of population in China,pet ownership and related-spending are among the fastest growing markets. In recent years, the number of animal clinic in China has increased dramatically. Demands for small animal veterinary medicine, advanced technology in diagnostic and therapeutics, and new experience and expertise are huge in the China and surrounding regions.

http://www.cvm.umn.edu/events/small-animal-veterinary-conference/

10–11 October 2016 ICAVM 2016: 18th International Conference on Animal and Veterinary Medicine

Osaka, Japan

The ICAVM 2016: 18th International Conference on Animal and Veterinary Medicine aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Animal and Veterinary Medicine. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Animal and Veterinary Medicine.

https://www.waset.org/conference/2016/10/osaka/ICAVM

16–19 October 2016 The 2016 ISCAID Symposium

Bristol UK

The ISCAID Antimicrobial Guidelines Working Group was established in 2010, and is comprised of clinical microbiologists, pharmacologists, and internal medicine specialists with expertise in infectious disease and antimicrobial use. The goals were 1) to develop guidelines containing recommendations for antimicrobial drug choice and dosing for specific diseases of companion animals, in order to reduce inappropriate use of antimicrobial drugs; 2) to educate of veterinarians about the need for rational and effective antimicrobial drug use; 3) to disseminate the guidelines widely in accessible formats; and 4) to identify areas for further research.

http://www.iscaid.org/meeting-info

24–25 February 2017 The first International Conference “Babies and Animals: pediatrician meet vets"

Turin, Italy

Dear colleagues,

We are happy to invite you to the first International Conference “Babies and Animals: pediatrician meet vets" that will be held in Turin on 24–25 February 2017.

We believe that a multidisciplinary approach is an important strategy to increase and enhance collaboration and communication about all aspects of health care for children and animals. For these reasons we propose a conference where the aim is to achieve a synergism and exchange of scientific knowledge between pediatricians and veterinarians in order to improve medical education for the childhood.

Animals play a crucial role in the infancy since they are often part of a family; moreover farm animals play a significant contribution to baby health. For these reasons it is important to focus on a "one health"-type approach especially when dealing with zoonotic diseases, antibiotic resistance and animal welfare.

The objective of this conference is to combine synergies that could disclose unanswered questions and knowledge into food safety area, and to present the most recent scientific data about the importance to have a pet in a family.

Besides the emotional imprinting related to early childhood memories regarding interaction with pets, the contact with animals since early infancy may contribute to the emotional and psychological development and to the physical health. However, it is important to integrate all the information about the prevention, health and safety concepts to ensure the baby wellbeing.

Qualified Italian and International speakers from different areas of pediatrics and veterinary medicine will answer to the most frequent questions in the light of the updated scientific data and their personal expertise. This will ultimately be beneficial for both animals and young children because the family is a place where they are learning how to live together.

Last but not least, Torino is one the Italy’s largest city and has an illustrious past, resulting in elegant squares, world-class museums and historic cafés, flanked by some 18km of colonnaded walkways. Turin is affordable, green, easy to get around as a place to experience Italian culture.

On behalf of the organizing committee we welcome you,

 

The organizing committee,
Baby&Vet

https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/177921/405574/

7–10 May 2017 8th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses

Manhattan, Kansas, USA

The 8th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses in Kansas follows seven successful conferences, each of which provided an interdisciplinary forum for physicians, veterinarians, epidemiologists, immunologists, virologists, microbiologists, public health experts and others concerned with the ever increasing problems associated with the transmission of infectious diseases from animals to humans and the economic impact of transboundary diseases.

In order to properly address these issues in our conference we plan to have special workshops which will be organized by experts in their fields. Potential topics might include: the ecology of emerging zoonotic and transboundary diseases; the role of wildlife in emerging zoonoses and transboundary diseases; cross-species transmission of zoonotic and transboundary pathogens; emerging and neglected influenza viruses; hemorrhagic fever viruses; emerging and transboundary bacterial diseases; outbreak responses to zoonotic and transboundary diseases; food-borne zoonotic diseases; prion diseases; and modeling and prediction of emergence of zoonoses and transboundary diseases.

https://www.zoonoses-conferences.com/

26–28 June 2017 7th ARAE—Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment

Braunschweig, Germany

The 7th ARAE – Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment will take place from 26 to 28 June 2017 in Braunschweig, Germany.

Veterinary Sciences (ISSN 2306-7381), an international, scientific, open access journal on veterinary sciences published quarterly online by MDPI, sponsored 300 CHF as “Best Poster Award” to support the researchers in this field. Prof. Dr. Patrick Butaye, Editor-in-Chief of Veterinary Sciences, will attending the meeting, and attribute the award.

This biannual conference is one of the most indicated scientific meetings in research on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). More than 250 international experts from all over the world will discuss recent developments in AMR, one of the most important One Health challenges in the world. WHO, OIE and FAO adopted global action plans to fight AMR, and this conference will address important issues regarding the development of AMR in animals and the environment.

http://arae2017.de/

27 August–1 September 2017 One Health 9th Tick and Tick-borne Pathogen Conference & 1st Asia Pacific Rickettsia Conference

Cairns, Australien

The 9th Tick and Tick Borne Pathogen Conference and1st Asia Pacific Rickettsia Conference will be held in Cairns between 27 August and 1 September 2017. The conference organising committee consisting of A/Prof Ala Lew-Tabor and Dr Manuel Rodriguez Valle, both from The University of Queensland, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture & Food Innovation and Prof Stephen Graves and A/Prof John Stenos both from the Australian Rickettsial Reference Laboratory are pleased to offer your organisation an opportunity to provide sponsorship of the Conference.

This is an opportunity for your company to demonstrate support for this event, to increase customer contact, and pursue business opportunities. For professional organisations of scientists, veterinarians, medical doctors, agriculturalists and others, this is an opportunity to showcase your society or organization to like-minded and interested colleagues who may well be stimulated to join your group.

The Conference

The theme of the conference is ‘One Health’ which is topical for Australia particularly with the current concern of an un-indentified “Lyme-like” disease likely to be transmitted by Australian ticks. The conference will give you the opportunity to network with a diverse audience of international tick, tick-borne and rickettsial disease researchers across the veterinary, scientific, agricultural and medical fields.

http://www.cvent.com/events/-em-one-health-em-br-9th-tick-and-tick-borne-pathogen-conference-br-1st-asia-pacific-rickettsia-conf/custom-115-1d1673a4aac24ecdaf1a1c8ac39d6b13.aspx

27–31 August 2017 33rd World Veterinary Congress (WVC Incheon, KOREA 2017)

Incheon, Korea

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of veterinarians in Korea, it is my great honor to invite you to the 33rd World Veterinary Congress (WVC Incheon, KOREA 2017) to be held from Aug 27-31 2017 in Incheon, Korea.

We, Korean veterinarians, are putting in lots of efforts with a great passion for developing the veterinary field ranging from animal health care, animal welfare, quarantine, preventing zoonosis, to food safety. This Congress is expected to serve as a hot debating space for vets around the world to address some crucial issues, coming up with solutions.
To this end, we are collaborating with the central and local governments, and related organizations of Korea to make this event substantial.

Incheon has successfully hosted international veterinary events such as OIE Rabies International conference 2011, Global Conference of OIE Reference Centres 2014, among others. Incheon is a global, leading city in vet medicine.

The Korean Veterinary Medical Association as an organizer of the Congress will do its best to ensure an exquisite and satisfactory Congress for all participating vets and professionals.

We are all looking forward to your participation in WVC Incheon, KOREA 2017.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

WVC Incheon, KOREA 2017 Organizing Committee

http://wvc2017korea.com/index.htm

9–11 November 2017 XI Southern European Veterinarian Conference

Barcelona, Spain

AVEPA (Spanish Association for Small Animal Veterinarians), in collaboration with the NAVC (North American Veterinary Community), will again host the Southern European Veterinarian Conference - SEVC. The conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain, 9 to 11 November.

Since 2007, the SEVC has been building its reputation as a conference whose scientific programme provides an outstanding continuing education opportunity for veterinarians all over the world. Again this year, more than 200 lectures by more than 100 world-wide experts will cover every aspect of companion animal veterinary care from diagnosis to therapy, including specific topics such as anaesthesia, behaviour, dentistry, dermatology, practice management, emergency/critical care, orthopaedics, pain management, Small Animal Medicine and Feline Medicine.

The SEVC’s mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care to the veterinary community in a professional, but fun, environment. This year’s social events will include the not-to-be-missed Grand Fiesta.

Spanish and English are the SEVC’s official languages and simultaneous translation will be provided at all lectures. At some lectures, simultaneous translation into French, Russian, Portuguese and Polish will also be provided.

http://sevc.info/index.php/en/el-congreso

16–19 October 2018 Ninth International Conference on Antimicrobial Agents in Veterinary Medicine (AAVM)

Rome, Italy

This forthcoming conference follows the success of the past eight AAVM held in Helsinki, Ottawa, Orlando, Prague, Tel Aviv, Washington DC, Berlin and Budapest. This conference has emerged as one of the leading meetings in its field, which provides a very intensive program and encourages communication among the attendees.

Infectious diseases are very common in veterinary medicine and antimicrobial agents have a predominant role in veterinary therapeutics both in farm and companion animals. Antimicrobial use is still under the spotlight for the potential of antimicrobial resistance and human health risks. Valid alternatives to these drugs are still not routinely available and the veterinary medicine has to deal with their use and with a more modern and updated approach in the therapy. These aspects and many others, such as, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, PK/PD modelling, antimicrobial resistance, residues, clinical trials, new antimicrobial molecules, etc. will stay in the forefront of the topics of the AAVM programs and will be discussed in depth with the participation of speakers of high repute as well as attendees.

Veterinary use of antimicrobials has been increasingly criticized, especially for the potential of resistance transfer from farm animals to humans. Simultaneously, the ever decreasing introduction of new antimicrobial molecules has also limited the number of useful therapeutic agents. Modern approaches for infection reduction in intensive rearing farms are in progress. New ideas of alternatives and "greener" options in the treatment of infectious diseases are under investigation. What the potentials are will also be addressed in the upcoming AAVM meeting.

https://www.aavm2018.com/

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