1st annual meeting

of the russian division of C.L. Davis &
S.W. Thompson DVM Foundation

Participation fee

SPVS Member – 9 500 ₽
Non-member - 10 000 ₽
For one day 8 000 ₽
Additional Gala dinner 10.06 1 500 ₽

Offer for veterinary clinics (price for 2 participants)
For one day 15 000
For two days 21 000
For three days 24 000
Additional Gala dinner 3000 (for two)

Address of the event

Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota is a modern hotel located in the central part of St. Petersburg, only 15 minutes drive to the Hermitage and Nevsky Prospekt. There is a metro station next to the hotel.

About the event

We are very glad to invite you to the «1st Annual Meeting of the Russian Division of C.L. Davis & S.W. Thompson DVM Foundation», which will take place in one of the most beautiful cities in the world- in Saint-Petersburg on June 10 - 12, 2019.


During 3 days the leading pathologists will share their unique experience. At the end of the official program you will be able to enjoy the beauties of Saint-Petersburg, to visit the main museums, theaters, to see the "draw bridges", to try the traditional Russian food.

Lecturers

Dr. Paul C. Stromberg

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Dr. Paul C. Stromberg is currently a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences ending 31 years as an active professor and anatomic pathologist at Ohio State University. Dr. Stromberg earned his BSc with distinction, PhD and DVM cum laude at Ohio State University and did his residency training in anatomic pathology in the then Department of Veterinary Pathobiology. He was supported by Battelle Columbus Laboratories where he also received training in toxicologic pathology. He took a faculty position at Texas A&M University in 1982 but was recruited back to the department in 1985 by Dr. Charles C. Capen, then the department Chairperson. He has been active in a wide variety of research including parasitic diseases, leukemia in rats, oncofetal proteins, mammary carcinogenesis, pulmonary fibrosis models, simian AIDS pathogenesis, gene therapy and human tuberculosis. Dr. Stromberg has played a central role in the training of veterinary pathologists during his career at Texas A&M University, Ohio State University and for many years as a visiting lecture at the AFIP, now the Joint Pathology Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. His active involvement in the American College of Veterinary Pathologists spans 28 years and includes 6 years of service on the certifying examination , 6 years as the Secretary/Treasurer and 3 years as Vice-President, President and Past President. He continues to be active in the ACVP sitting on the Certifying Examination Board, the Finance Committee and leading international relations for the College. He has been a Member of the Faculty of Discussants and member of the Board of Directors of the Charles L. Davis DVM Foundation for over 36 years teaching gross pathology. He has been an invited speaker at 26 veterinary colleges, various symposia, conferences, seminars and professional meetings in 35 foreign countries on 5 continents. Dr. Stromberg recently completed a 3 year term on the Veterinary Medical Advisory Committee for the US Food and Drug Administration and is currently appointed to a U.S. National Academy of Sciences Committee to study solutions to the problem of soring in Tennessee Walking Horses. He still has an active surgical biopsy practice and reads biopsies 5 days/week and continues part time to teach both graduate and professional students at OSU. He and his wife travel widely pursuing their interest in wildlife photography.

Fabio Del Piero

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Fabio Del Piero graduated from University of Milan Italy where he spent additional time studying in the Department of Anatomic and Avian Pathology. Following a period as a veterinary practitioner and food inspector in Italy he moved abroad in 1991. He spent two years in the British islands studying pathology and infectious diseases, in particular with the department of infectious diseases of The Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, England. In 1996 he completed a residency program in anatomic pathology in the Department of Pathology of the College of Veterinary Medicine of Cornell University ad Ithaca, New York. Then he spend 2 years as postdoctoral associate in the Cornell University New York State Diagnostic laboratory as a pathologist supervising the immunohistochemistry laboratory. In 1997 he became a Diplomate of American College of Veterinary Pathologists and was elected an honorary member of Phi-Zeta, the Veterinary Honor Society in the United States. He is a member of three chapters, Cornell University (alfa), PennVet (beta), LSU (tau). Following a brief period as a faculty in veterinary pathology in Italy, he was faculty in the Department of Pathobiology of the School of Veterinary Medicine of University of Pennsylvania from 1999 until 2011, with an affiliate appointment in the Department of Clinical Studies-New Bolton Center. His appointment included diagnostic, teaching and research activity for both University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Animal Diagnostic Laboratories (PADLS). In January 2012 he joined the faculty at Louisiana State University as full professor of pathology tenure track and chief of the molecular pathology laboratory. He obtained his PhD in the pathogenesis of zoonotic arboviruses in 2003. Research activity includes the study of the pathogenesis of infectious diseases, reproductive pathology with an emphasis on fetal and neonatal pathology, neuropathology and comparative pathology. Recent studies have been focusing on zoonotic viral and bacterial agents such as West Nile virus, Eastern equine encephalitis virus, Zika virus, Herpesviruses, Rickettsial diseases, and Yersinia pestis and Klebsiella pneumoniae pneumonia models. He is international renowned for his expertise in equine pathology and has more than 25 years expertise in this field. He is author and coauthor of approximately 110 peer reviewed publication, 90 abstracts, 3 books, several book chapters and an atlas of equine pathology. In 2003 he received the Ljudevit Jurak Award for his studies and teaching in the field of comparative pathology. He received more than 100 invitations as a speaker at meetings and various national and international institutions. He is member of the board of directors and Vice-president Senior of the Davis-Thompson foundation for the study, practice and teaching of comparative pathology and veterinary medicine and overseas member of the British veterinary research club. He served in several ACVP committees and editorial board and he was the program chair of the 2009 ACVP meeting.

Dr. John Cullen

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«I have been at NCSU CVM for more than 30 years active in teaching, service and research. My early training occurred at the University of Pennsylvania for undergarduate and veterinary school. After a small animal internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital and a brief stint as a small animal practitioner I entered a combined residency/PhD program at UC Davis. I have been at NCSU ever since working in various aspects of liver disease, both spontaneous and experimental. Animal models of viral hepatitis have been my main emphasis over the last number of years»

Dr. Cullen

AFFILIATIONS

AVMA, ACVP, AASLD

CERTIFICATIONS

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology Fellow, International Academy of Toxicologic Pathologists VMD, University of Pennsylvania PhD, University of California at Davis Diplomate: American College of Veterinary Pathology Fellow: International Academy of Toxicologic Pathologists

Dip. ACVP

Schedule of events

08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome, introductions, and announcements
09:15 - 11:00 Pathology of the Horse (Viral Diseases)
Del Piero Fabio
11:00 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 01:00 Pathology of the Horse (Neuropathology)
Del Piero Fabio
01:00 - 02:30 LUNCH BREAK
02:30 - 03:30 Pathology of the Horse (GI, Skin, Endo)
Del Piero Fabio
03:30 - 04:00 COFFEE BREAK
04:00 - 06:00 Pathology of the Horse (CV, Resp, Repro)
Del Piero Fabio
08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome, introductions, and announcements
Cullen John M.
09:15 - 10:45 What is an adequate liver biopsy and how to evaluate it
Cullen John M.
10:45 - 11:15 COFFEE BREAK
11:15 - 12:45 Congenital and acquired biliary and vascular disorders
Cullen John M.
12:45 - 02:15 LUNCH BREAK
02:15 - 04:00 Chronic hepatitis with and without copper storage
Cullen John M.
04:00 - 04:30 COFFEE BREAK
04:30 - 06:00 Miscellaneous inflammatory diseases and liver neoplasia
Cullen John M.
08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:15 - 11:00 Pathology of the Dog (CV, Endo, GI)
Stromberg Paul
11:00 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 01:00 Pathology of the Dog (Skin, MS, Neuro)
Stromberg Paul
01:00 - 02:30 LUNCH BREAK
02:30 - 03:30 Pathology of the Dog (Repro, Resp)
Stromberg Paul
03:30 - 04:00 COFFEE BREAK
04:00 - 06:00 Pathology of the Cat
Stromberg Paul

Venue

Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota is a modern hotel located in the central part of St. Petersburg, only 15 minutes drive to the Hermitage and Nevsky Prospekt. There is a metro station next to the hotel.

Residence

Holiday Inn-Московские ворота

Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota is a modern hotel located in the central part of St. Petersburg, only 15 minutes drive to the Hermitage and Nevsky Prospekt. There is a metro station next to the hotel.


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Exhibition

We are glad to invite you to take part in the exhibition within «1st Annual Meeting of the Russian Division of C.L. Davis & S.W. Thompson DVM Foundation» on June 10-12, 2019 The exhibition will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Moskovsky Prospect, 97 а

Book your stand manager@spbvet.org applications must be submitted before 20.05.2019

Contact information

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