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Bringing Sheep and Goats into Your Research Program
Date:
November 7, 2017
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CT

WEB-032: While small ruminants tend to be less common research models, they play very important roles in teaching and biomedical, agricultural and veterinary research. So whether you are a member of the IACUC, manage an animal facility, or are the principal investigator on the project that is bringing small ruminants into the research program, this webinar intends to educate and empower you to have the best program of veterinary care possible for these animals. We will dive into why small ruminants are good models for certain projects; what diseases to exclude and avoid; how you may be able to use existing facilities and caging to safely house them; some of the nuances regarding their daily care; and adequate provision of anesthesia and analgesia. We will also walk through a real life example highlighting the importance of proper implementation of pilot animals before you jump full steam into a large study.

The fee is per connection; one connection can be used for site or group training. If multiple connections are needed, please place and order per connection. Discounts are available by using the Store Order Form PDF when you purchase 5 or more connections. The 1.5 hour time frame will allow for plenty of time to submit your questions, thus giving you a more personalized training experience. Time and date not convenient for you? Share the presentation recording afterwards with your staff. AALAS will provide the link to view the webinar recording to all registrants several days after the webinar concludes. Within 1 to 3 business days after ordering the webinar, you will be sent an email with a link to register and view this webinar on the GoToWebinar website.

AALAS CEUs: You can apply for up to 1.5 CEUs for the Technician Certification Registry or CMAR recertification. Please use the forms on the AALAS website or online CEU submission.

RACE CEUs: This program 37-30941 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 1.00 CE Credit (1.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 1.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (1.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of: Category Two: Non-Scientific-Clinical. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.

Following the webinar, certificate templates will be sent to the individual who registered on behalf of their institution. The registrant will have the responsibility to document attendance and distribute certificates to the webinar participants at their institution.

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Presenter: Susie Vogel, DVM, MSc, DACVS-LA

Dr. Vogel is the Director of Veterinary Care and Services for Charles River’s Canadian sites. She joined Charles River in February of 2016. Previously Susie worked for Elanco Animal Health and Eli Lilly and Company where her role focused primarily on animal welfare. She has also worked for Cook Medical developing surgical models in sheep, pigs and rabbits in order to evaluate human medical devices. In her current position, Susie focuses on the entire program of veterinary care at the Senneville and Sherbrooke sites in Quebec.

After earning her DVM from The Ohio State University, Susie remained at Ohio State for an internship in food and fiber animal medicine and surgery. She earned her MSc from the Université de Montréal during her residency in large animal surgery at the university’s farm animal hospital. Susie is a diplomate of the ACVS in large animal surgery, a licensed veterinarian, holds USDA Class II Accreditation and is an AAALAC ad hoc specialist. She has published her research and case studies in JAVMA, Veterinary Surgery and the Canadian Veterinary Journal. These publications focus on ruminant surgery including digestive, urogenital and orthopedic topics. Susie has animal research experience with interventional radiology; vascular, reproductive, upper respiratory and digestive surgical models; pre- and post-surgical management of research animals; and herd health management.