Educational Presentations for Veterinarians

28th Annual CHARLES HEUMPHREUS MEMORIAL LECTURE

Saturday, February 1, 2014
170 Schalm Hall
School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

animal science horses

This year's theme highlights the growing emphasis on advanced technologies and imaging of the equine hoof to highlight the impact on the treatment and improvement of lameness in the performance and pleasure horse. Speakers will include Dr. Michael Weishaupt, a faculty member at the University of Zurich and racetrack veterinarian, and Scott Lampert, owner and member of the ONTRACKEQUINE development team at Lameness Solutions, Inc., Lake Elmo, MN.

An afternoon demonstration will be available and is limited to 40. Call (530)752-3905 or e-mail cecenter@ucdavis.edu if you are interested in attending the demonstration.

Up to 3 hours of CE credit for Veterinarians and RVTs

For more information on registration and schedule of events, please visit the School of Veterinary Medicine's Continuing Education website at: www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ce

Collection of Bone Marrow and Umbilical Cord Tissue for Stem Cell Processing at UC Davis

The Regenerative Medicine Laboratory at the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital offers cell processing services to referring veterinarians who wish to submit blood, bone marrow and/or umbilical cord tissue samples for their clients. To assist in bone marrow and cord tissue collection, we have provided the following videos, which detail the collection procedures from start to finish.

For submission forms and more information, visit the Regenerative Medicine Laboratory's website at www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/vmth/regen_med.

Bone Marrow Collection Techniques

Umbilical Cord Tissue Collection Techniques


Can Racetrack Surface Reduce the Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury in Thoroughbred Racehorses?
A special report by the Center for Equine Health, presenting the results of a research study on different racetrack surfaces and their specific effects on hoof acceleration and impact.

Racetrack Surface Study (pdf)


 
 
Center for Equine Health, School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis, Tel (530) 752-6433