We're taking a break in December, but plan to join us for our winter presentations in 2023. Registration will open soon.
January: T Cells Behaving Badly hosted by Dr. Anne Avery (Jan 27; 4:00 pm ET)
All of our presentations are complimentary (free) for everyone, including non-members of VCCIS. However, you will be asked to register so we can reserve space for you and send you reminders. Presentations are recorded and made available for viewing on-demand to VCCIS members only in our Forums.
Each presentation begins at 4:00 pm Eastern Time. Zoom details are provided in the confirmation email sent upon successfully registering. We've also posted the Zoom details in the members-only section of our website, or contact us directly for login details at email@example.com.
January: Review of Immunomodulatory Drugs: Reviewing the Evidence and Putting Them into Practice - Hosted by John Loftus
February: IMHA: From Diagnosis to Treatment - Hosted by Oliver Garden
March: No presentation
April: Applications and Limitations of Immunologic Testing for Horses with Suspected Immunodeficiency - Hosted by Julia Felippe
May: Diagnosis and Clinical Outcome of Small Cell B Cell Diseases in Dogs - Hosted by Emily Rout
September: Case Management in Immune Mediated Diseases with possible Infectious Diseases hosted by Dr. John Thomason
October: Passive Immunization for Control of Rhodococcal Pneumonia of Foals: Something Old, Something Knew, Something Borrowed, Something Blew … hosted by Noah Cohen)
November: Links Between Gastrointestinal Microbiome and Brain Inflammation hosted by Dr. Nick Jeffery
June: Immune thrombocytopenia across species – a 2021 update on pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of human ITP - Hosted by James Bussel
September: Examining gene expression in canine interface dermatitis conditions - Hosted by Jillian Richmond
October: Immune mediated disease and vector borne infections - Hosted by Linda Kidd
November: Leveraging Canine Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma to Optimize Immunotherapy Combination Regimens - Hosted by Cheryl London
VCCIS members can view these video recordings anytime. If you're a member, head over to the Forums where you'll find the link to watch these informative presentations!