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IPFD at American Veterinary Medical Association 2019 Washington DC

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Brenda Bonnett

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Several IPFD collaborators are speaking at the AWDC-SpeakerToolkit-500x200.pngVMA conference this weekend!

Thanks to IPFD collaborator, Dr. Jason Stull, there are sessions focusing on Canine Genetics in the Dr. James H. Steele One Health stream, including: 

Angela Hughes DVM, PhD from Wisdom Health is presenting 

Utilizing Genetic Panel Testing in Dogs for Breed and Disease 

and 

IPFD CEO Brenda Bonnett, DVM, PhD who is talking about Genetic Testing to Improve Canine Health: The Big Picture and why this truly needs to be considered from the One Health approach.  Hint: We care about the dogs, but it is people who complicate everything!!

In addition, Theme Leader at the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop in Paris, Jason Stull VMD, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM, is giving a series of talks on infectious disease concerns in veterinary practices, including, e.g. The Dummies' Guide to Preventing Hospital-Associated Infections.

Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) collaborator, Kari Ekenstedt DVM, PhD, is delivering a whole afternoon of talks on clinical genetics, including Practical Applications of Genetic Testing in Dogs and Cats.

Hope to see vets and vet techs that are keen to expand their practical knowledge about dogs and genetics...


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