Scientific Programme Friday 2 September 2022

 

 
FRIDAY 2 SEPTEMBER
07.00         Scientific Committee Meeting
Time/Society  ESVC
ESCG

ESVIM/ISCAID

ESVONC EDUCATION STREAM
08.00-09.00

  ECVIM-CA Cardiology Examination info session

ECVIM-CA Oral Exam Demonstration for Internal Medicine Residents and Advisors   

Oncology Residents' networking breakfast" from 07.00-08.00

ECVIM-CA Oncology Examination info session 08.00-09.00 

 
09.00-09.40          
09.45-10.25

 

     

 

10.30-11.15

COFFEE BREAK - EXHIBITION

11.20-12.00

 

       
12.05-12.45

 

 

 

 

 

12.50-14.20

LUNCH BREAK - EXHIBITION

13.20-14.15 ESVC AGM  ESCG AGM  ESVIM AGM  Oncology Diplomate Meeting   
Time/Society   ESVC   ESCG

 ESVIM/ISCAID

 ESVONC  Research Reports 
14.25-15.05

 

 Fredrik Resman & Daniel Klintman (SE)
Reducing antibiotic prescription in GI disorders - lessons from human medicine

Björn Ekesten (SE)
Modern diagnostic tools to investigate systemic diseases on the eye

Matthew Breen (US)
Development of Molecular Testing for Canine Cancers 

 
15.10-15.50

Anne Kurosawa & Poppy Bristow (UK)
Mitral valve repair: experience to date

 Melanie Werner (DE) & Lisbeth Rem Jessen
Antibiotics in GI disorders: preview of the upcoming ENOVAT guidelines on antimicrobial use in canine acute diarrhea

Corinna Eule (DE)
Ocular changes in geriatric dogs and cats 

Matthew Breen (US)
Molecular Testing for Canine Cancers: Clinical Implications

 

15.55-16.25

COFFEE BREAK - EXHIBITION

16.30-17.10

Christopher Orton (USA)
Hybrid Cardiac Interventions

Sara Jablonski (USA)
Protein-losing enteropathy – a challenging condition 

Eric Ledbetter (USA)
Ocular manifestations of systemic endocrine, metabolic, and hematologic disorders

Maja Arendt (DK)
Dog oncology and genomes (D.O.G.) - Comparative investigation of cancer mutations 

 

17.15-17.55

Matthias Schneider (DE)
Transvenous embolization of PDA with different devices

Sara Jablonski (USA)
Non-responsive enteropathy 

Brian Gilger (USA)
Ocular manifestations of hypertension and how to treat 

Richard Houlston (UK)
The Human Genome and Cancer in the 21st Century: Deciphering the code for human cancers, their origins and outcomes

 
18.00-18.30

Meet the executive ECVIM-CA

       
19.00-01.00 CONGRESS EVENING AND DANCE PARTY