2019 Scholarship Recipients
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.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Lisa Shubitz, DVM
Valley Fever Center for Excellence
Feline Coccidioidomycosis and VFCE Updates
•Discuss the findings of a retrospective study of Valley Fever in cats, including presentation, clinical pathology, serology, and treatment outcomes •Immy Lateral Flow Assay for in-house coccidioidomycosis screening in dogs •Brief update on progress of the Canine Valley Fever Vaccine •Other topics as time permits: posaconazole for refractory VF, PK of fluconazole in alpacas, and planning of a PK study of fluconazole in dogs based on body size
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