Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex
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Join colleagues for FREE dinner and CE, sponsored by Zoetis! The CE session will review the most common viral and bacterial causative agents, modes of transmission, the host immune response, epidemiology, clinical signs, and available treatments. More detailed information will also be presented on canine influenza virus infections, including pathogenesis, diagnosis and outbreak management. There will be an emphasis on practical evidence-based information from recently published studies.

11/1/2017
When: 11/01/2017
6:30 PM
Where: Denver Animal Shelter
1241 W Bayaud Ave
Denver, Colorado  80223
United States


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Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease: A Matrix of Misunderstanding

Join us for an evening of FREE dinner and CE, sponsored by Zoetis

Join colleagues in the Denver area for dinner, followed by a presentation from Annette Litster, BVSc,PhD FANZCVSc. The CE session will review the most common viral and bacterial causative agents, modes of transmission, the host immune response, epidemiology, clinical signs, and available treatments. More detailed information will also be presented on canine influenza virus infections, including pathogenesis, diagnosis and outbreak management. There will be an emphasis on practical evidence-based information from recently published studies.

 

Thank you to our sponsor!

 

Speaker: 

Annette Litster, BVSc PhD FANZCVSc (Feline Medicine) MMedSci (Clinical Epidemiology)
Specialist in Infectious Disease and Feline Medicine
CAD Veterinary Specialty Operations, Zoetis


Dr. Litster graduated as a veterinarian in 1982 from The University of Queensland in Australia.  She is a boarded feline internist (FANZCVSc) and holds a PhD (2001) and a Masters of Medical Science (MMedSci) in Clinical Epidemiology (2006).  
 
Prior to obtaining her specialization, Dr. Litster worked in small animal general practice and specialist feline practice for 17 years.  She moved to the United States in 2007, where she was a tenured Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Purdue University.   While at Purdue, Dr. Litster was founding Director of The Purdue Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, an integrated program of research and teaching focused on feline and canine infectious diseases, animal welfare and preventative medicine. She has authored over 60 journal articles and book chapters.


 

 

 


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