Inaugural Diagnostic Pathology Symposium of the CLD Middle Eastern Division
The C.L. Davis Foundation is proud to announce the inauguration of the Middle Eastern Division with a 6-day meeting in the shadows of the Pyramids of Giza in Cairo, Egypt!
The all-star faculty includes Dr. Corrie Brown, Joshua Meigs Distinguished Professor of the University of Georgia, Dr. Donald Meuten, Professor of Pathology at North Carolina State University and editor of Tumors of Domestic Animals, Dr. Bruce Williams, Senior Veterinary Pathologist at the Joint Pathology Center (formerly the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology) and President of the C.L. Davis Foundation, and Dr. Tawfik Aboellail, Associate Professor of Veterinary Pathology, Colorado State University and 2013 Winner of the Sam Thompson Lectureship Award.
The program includes four days of didactic lecture from these stalwarts of the Foundation’s Faculty of Discussants, as well as two additional days of case presentations, lectures, and poster presentations from members of the Foundation’s newest division, as well as the Inauguration of a Foundation study center at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cairo University.
The course and accommodations are at the Movenpick Hotel Cairo Pyramids with a beautiful view of the pyramids from the hotel.
Tuition is only $250 dollars in advance, $275 at the door, and a printable flyer, registration materials, and a schedule is available to download below.
flyer_Egypt_2015.pdf (319.4 KiB, 237 hits)
schedule.pdf (355.7 KiB, 504 hits)
Rgestration_Form_for_conference.pdf (154.9 KiB, 248 hits)
Make it a CE trip of a lifetime this year – come join us in Egypt!
Date(s) - 21/03/2015 - 26/03/2015
Movenpick Hotel Cairo Pyramids