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5th Annual KSVDL Continuing Education Conference
February 6, 2016 • Bluemont Hotel • Manhattan, Kansas

Approved CE: 6 Hours of Small Animal Dermatology

8:00 am: Registration

8:50 am: Welcome: Dr. Gary Anderson

9:00 am: Dermatoses of the Paws and Claws: You can lick these hands-down! - Dr. Dana Liska

9:50 am: Break

10:00 am: Controversies and Dilemmas in Veterinary Allergies and Infections - Dr. Dana Liska

10:50 am: Break

11:00 am: Case Presentations of Common Dermatoses: Bring your phone. It’s interactive! - Dr. Dana Liska

11:50: Lunch and Special guest presentations: 

                        KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Update:  Dr. Tammy Beckham

                        USDA update on Small Animal Exports: Dr. Kim Kirkham

                        KSVDL Mobile Apps: Mr. Justin Wiebers

                        Core Vaccine Diagnostic Testing: Dr. William Fortney

1:00 pm: Parasites & Pruritus: A Practical Approach: Dr. Dana Liska

1:50 pm: Break

2:00 pm: Feline Alopecia - Dr. Mary Bagladi 

2:50 pm: Questions & Answers

3:00 pm: Adjourn

Featured Speakers

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Dr. Dana A. Liska received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University. Following graduation she completed an internship in medicine, surgery, and critical care at Mission MedVet in Mission, Kansas. Dr. Liska then practiced general, small animal medicine for four years in Helena, Montana. In 2004 she began a dermatology residency at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon completion of her residency she remained at the University of Florida CVM as a clinical instructor of Dermatology until she moved to the Dallas area to join the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic. She gained Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 2006. Currently she practices at the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic in Grapevine TX.  

 

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Dr. Mary Bagladi-Swanson received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University. She then completed a Dermatology Residency at Cornell University.  She gained Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 2006. Dr. Bagladi-Swanson is Clinical Associate Professor in the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

 

 

 






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