Register today for your, Complimentary WAVMA Webinar on cuttlefish diagnostics.

B-1012 – Anatomical & histopathology exploration of cuttlefish (Sepia spp.) Vibrio infections

Join this live interactive webinar on June 1, 2015 at 9:00 AM AEST (Sydney, NSW, Australia, +10 GMT).

Click http://tinyurl.com/wavmawebcepdb1012 to see the time in your local time zone.

Register now! at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1646151791786816257

Speaker:  Dr Cheryl Sangster BSc, DVM, MVSc, DipACVP (Veterinary Pathologist, Taronga Zoo)

The presentation will introduce participants to the general anatomy and histology of the cuttlefish (Sepia spp.). Using this knowledge, we’ll examine a case study of Vibrio alginolyticus infections in these animals, and explore how the anatomy and physiology help explain the pathogenesis.

Learning Objectives – participants will learn:
1. Basic cephalopod general anatomy & histology
2. Vibrio alginolyticus routes of infections, pathology and disease

This webinar is suitable for:
– veterinarians,
– vet techs/nurses,
– vet students and
– veterinary practice staff.

Interested, but can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll notify you when the recording is ready.

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Register now for this free live WAVMA WebCEPD webinar

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