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Online Lecture – Unveiling the Silent Threat: Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus – Diagnosis, Prevalence and Risk

Wed, 13 March, 2024 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Species

Equine

Contact Hours

2 Hours - RACE Accredited

Early Booking Deadline

Sun, 28 January, 2024

Registration Deadline

Fri, 16 February, 2024

Language

English

Discipline

Internal Medicine – Endocrinology, Haematology, Infectious Diseases, Parasitology & Oncology

Industry Partners

Global

Veterinary Partners

Global
Date Time
13th March 2pm - 4:00pm EDT (New York)
  6pm - 8:00pm GMT (London)
  7pm - 9:00pm CET (Paris)
14th March 5am - 7:00am AEDT (Sydney)

 

CONTENT DESCRIPTION

Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus (TBEV) is still rarely diagnosed in horses but poses a significant threat to equines in specific European regions. Key facts to be explored include its prevalence in different geographical regions, the clinical signs of TBEV infection to look out for in horses, diagnostic challenges, and prevention strategies. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of an increasingly recognized emerging threat and important aspect of equine health.

This module will consist of an interactive presentation followed by case-discussions presented by both the speaker and discussant with ample opportunity for attending veterinarians to ask questions and contribute to the discussion. 

Jessika M. Cavalleri, is an experienced internist and clinical researcher, she is a professor at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna . The internationally recognized specialist veterinarian studied veterinary medicine at the Freie Universität Berlin and, after completing her doctorate, switched to the Vetsuisse Faculty in Zurich. After her internship at the Equine Clinic, Cavalleri also started her residency in Switzerland , the post-academic training to become a diplomat at the European College of Equine Internal Medicine (ECEIM). Born in Dortmund, she completed her international specialist training as a veterinarian at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hanover. There she worked until 2010 as a clinical researcher in the department for internal medicine at the equine clinic and later as a university lecturer. In 2016, Cavalleri habilitated in her specialty at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hanover. 

Vince Gerber studied veterinary medicine at the University of Bern, Switzerland. He earned a doctor’s degree in 1995 and obtained the title of Equine Specialist (Equine Practice Boards of the Swiss Veterinary Association) in 1998 after working at the Swiss National Stud in Avenches and the Equine Clinic of the Vetsuisse Faculty of the University of Bern. Following this, he did research work and further training at Michigan State University (USA), first as a recipient of a scholarship by the Swiss National Science Foundation, followed by a residency. Vince earned his PhD title in the USA and passed the American Boards in Large Animal Internal Medicine in 2003. After his return to the University of Bern, he earned his habilitation in 2005 and became a Diplomate of the European College of Equine Internal Medicine. In 2011, he was appointed Professor and Head of the Swiss Institute of Equine Medicine (ISME). He has held several positions in national and international associations, such as past-President of the World equine Veterinary Association and his research interests include equine asthma and other hypersensitivities; dermatological conditions (pastern dermatitis, sarcoid), endocrinologic disorders, stress in sport horses and hereditary diseases.

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USD 105.00

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USD 80.00

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USD 80.00

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USD 20.00

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