Small Animal

WVC 90th Annual Conference

(S23A) Canine Influenza Virus: Exciting New Options for Prevention

Monday, March 5
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
MBCC, Mandalay Bay F, Level 2

CE Credits: 1

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Infectious Disease Symposium: Lyme disease and canine influenza virus can cause severe clinical signs and decreased quality of life in dogs. Routes of CIV infection will be covered, and an in-depth plan will be presented to help you prevent these diseases in your canine patients. Part 1 of 4.

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Michael Lappin

The Kenneth W. Smith Professor
Colorado State University

Dr. Lappin graduated from Oklahoma State University and then completed an internship, internal medicine residency, and PhD program in Parasitology at the University of Georgia. His principal areas of interest are prevention of infectious diseases, the upper respiratory disease complex, infectious causes of fever, infectious causes of diarrhea, and zoonoses. Dr. Lappin is the Kenneth W. Smith Professor in Small Animal Clinical Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University and he helps direct the shelter medicine program. Dr. Lappin is the director of the “Center for Companion Animal Studies”. Recent awards include the Norden Distinguished Teaching Award, the European Society of Feline Medicine International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Feline Medicine, the Winn Feline Research Award, the ACVIM Robert W. Kirk Award for Professional Excellence, and the WSAVA Scientific Achievement Award.

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