The sixth annual veterinary neurology symposium kicks off March 13 at Gladys Valley Hall on the UC Davis campus.
The two-day event for veterinarians and technicians features the latest diagnostic techniques, comprehensive information about common disorders, case discussions and interactive workshops with strategies for the application of leading neurological methods to the clinical environment. Organizers said it’s designed to meet the unique needs of small animal clinicians.
Symposium speakers include Drs. Peter J. Dickinson, BVSc, Ph.D. (Neurology); Marguerite F. Knipe, DVM (Neurology); Richard A. LeCouteur, BVSc, Ph.D. (Neurology); Beverly K. Sturges, DVM, MS (Neurology); and Karen M. Vernau, DVM, MAS (Neurology).
The two-day tuition is $495 and one-day tuition is $245. Symposium tuition includes renowned UC Davis speakers, up to 16 hours of continuing education credit, program syllabus and meals.