UC Davis Camelid Symposium
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Saturday-Sunday, January 17-18, 2015
Sponsored by: Calpaca
Hosted by: UC Davis Camelid Medicine Club
This Symposium is Dedicated to the Memory of
Dr. Murray E. Fowler
On May 18, 2014, the camelid community and the entire veterinary profession lost a very special person. Dr. Murray Fowler was a pioneer in the study of camelids and development of camelid medicine. He applied that same passion to a phenomenal number of diverse species, learning and teaching others at every opportunity. His interests, energy and compassion knew no bounds. We will miss him.
October 1, 2014 Update: We are finalizing details for our outstanding 2015 Symposium. We are happy to announce that Dr. Jane Vaughan from Australia will be back this year. We are also pleased to have both Dr. Tim Holt and Dr. Stacey Byers joining us from Colorado State University. Look for the full list of speakers and course schedule later in October. We hope to have registration open by late October. We will once again offer online registration plus a webinar of the veterinarian track.
The UC Davis Camelid Symposium brings internationally recognized speakers to present 3 Tracks of seminars.
- Basic Owner Track
- Advanced Owner Track
- Veterinarian Track (14 CE Credits available)
- Two days of seminars by industry experts
- Lunch, beverages and snacks both days
- Printed handouts from all speakers, all 3 tracks
Whether you are in your first year or your 20th year, our 3 Tracks offer something for everyone.
Veterinarians and Vet Techs:
This Symposium qualifies for CE credits and our Veterinarian Track is geared to experienced camelid veterinarians.
UC DAVIS vet school faculty, staff and students:
The camelid community is pleased to be working with the vet school faculty and students to create this symposium each year. We are also happy to bring this level of camelid education to the faculty, residents, staff and students of the Vet School and VMTH.
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