2021 Fall Symposium UC Davis

  • Saturday, October 16, 2021

We hope you can join us for our Fall Symposium, which will be entirely virtual again this year.  This year’s program will feature:

  • Small animal “Year in Review’ track
  • Technician track
  • Equine track

In addition to these sessions, we are proud to host our two guest speakers Dr. Lori Teller and Dr. Dennis Chew. 

Lori Teller

Keynote Session: Telemedicine for Veterinarians provided by Lori Teller DVM, DABVP (canine/feline), CVJ

In 2018, Dr. Teller joined the faculty at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine as the clinical associate professor of telehealth. She is very passionate about telemedicine and the role it can play in veterinary medicine and will provide the keynote address regarding Texas A&M’s experience with telehealth this past year and provide ways practitioners can incorporate telemedicine into their practice.

For a Forum Feature Focus, we are thrilled to have Dennis Chew DVM, DACVIM for several sessions discussing Calcium Disorders.

Dr. Chew was an attending veterinarian at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital for 36 years and is now Professor Emeritus. He is an expert in the area of nephrology/urology in small animals and has special interest in disorders of calcium metabolism, chronic kidney disease and vitamin D metabolite dynamics.  


Photo of horse and dogs

This year's symposium includes our Small Animal 'Year in Review': clinically relevant discussions of the literature on such topics as Cardiology with  Dr. Marisa Ames among others.

We have continued our special Technician Track designed just for veterinary technicians covering topics related to dentistry and anesthesia. The registration price also includes the Keynote Session and Fall Focus Session.  

The Equine Only Track includes the four equine sessions plus the keynote lecture (up to 5 hours CE Credit). Note: The Equine track is also included if the full symposium is purchased.


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