Three professionals from the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) hosted continuing education presentations at this year’s Southwest Veterinary Symposium (SWVS). This year’s symposium was hosted in San Antonio, Texas. SWVS is a partnership of the Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas veterinary medical associations, along with several state veterinary technician associations. The symposium aims to provide an unparalleled educational experience to advance the entire veterinary profession.
TVMDL commends the following individuals for representing the agency at this year’s SWVS.
Dr. Cat Barr, Veterinary Toxicologist
- Feed-Associated Toxin and Nutritional Testing, Ruminant Focus
- Frequent Plant Poisonings, Ruminant Focus
Mindy Borst, Clinical Pathology Assistant Section Head
- Proper Parasitology Procedures
- Is it a Parasite? Common Parasites, Pseudoparasites, and Missed Diagnoses in Small Animals
- Is it a Parasite? Common Parasites, Pseudoparasites, and Missed Diagnoses in Large Animals
Dr. Malcolm DeLovio, Clinical Pathology Lead Scientist
- General Diagnostic Lab Safety
- Increasing The Efficiency Of Your Diagnostic Laboratory
- Navigating The Endocrinology Lab – Instruments, Methodologies, And Safety
TVMDL professionals present at various events throughout the year. If your group is interested in hosting a TVMDL speaker, visit the Speaker’s Bureau for more information.