Davis-Thompson Foundation – Ocular Pathology
Don’t miss out on this Tuesday’s day-seminar on Ocular Pathology (and the 8 hours of RACE credit) as well. Remember last year when we gave you a two-hour lecture on ocular pathology of horse for the first time ever – we have doubled down and added new lectures on ocular pathology of farm animals AND exotics for the first time ever, and thrown in ocular pathology in tox studies for you pharma and heck-with-this-I’m-going-into-pharma pathologists! It’s a day you don’t want to miss!
Speakers: Ingeborg Langohr (Louisiana State University), Dodd Sledge (Michigan State University), Leandro Teixeira (University of Wisconsin-Madison COPLOW), Stephanie Shrader (StageBio)
Identify the main developmental and acquired ocular diseases in large animals.
Recognize some ocular anatomical and disease-related species differences in large animals.
1. Describe the differences/similarities in ocular anatomy for commonly used laboratory animals
2. Discuss the different types of in vivo and ex vivo ocular studies
3. Explain the role of the pathologist in ocular toxicity studies
Describe the differences/similarities in ocular anatomy and pathology between selected exotic species and common domestic species
Identify some well characterized ocular lesions/syndromes in selected exotic species
Explain the pathogenesis of ocular lesions/syndromes in selected exotic species
Cost $50 USD
This webinar is approved for 8 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval and it’s pre-approved for 4 credits by the ACVP Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Committee
Date(s) - 23/03/2021
7:00 am - 5:00 pm