SAVMA is a non-profit association seeking to promote the interests of veterinary medicine, including furthering the health and welfare of animals in Arizona; to advance the cause of public health and the welfare of veterinary science in the State of Arizona and to foster, develop, and promote educational programs for veterinarians and their employees.
To strengthen the regional veterinary community and animal wellness through education, collaboration, and leadership.
Veterinary Medical Association
This website was last updated: November 22, 2016
Leslie Boyer, MD
Professor of Pathology and founding Director of the Venom Immunotherapy, Pharmacology and Emergency Response (VIPER) Institute at the University of Arizona
How Antivenoms Are Produced And Used Around The World
Wed., December 7, 2016
•how antivenom is made: from selection of venom through finished product •how to evaluate an antivenom for potency and efficacy •what factors contribute to product safety •why antivenom costs so much •special considerations for vets who take care of exotic snakes
Registrations due at Midnight on Thursday, Dec. 1st