CE Events and Workshops

FAMACHA Certification Training

August 13, 2019

FAMACHA Certification Training will be offered August 13, 2019 from 4:30-7:00 PM at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in the Blue Ribbon Pavilion.   

This training will provide sheep and goat owners with the opportunity to become certified in the use of the FAMACHA system for managing parasitism in their animals.  Proper anthelminthic use and strategies to reduce parasite loads in small ruminants will also be covered.  This program is open to all small ruminant owners age 13 and older.  Registration open soon.   


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2019 Purdue Veterinary Conference

September 17-21, 2019

The annual conference is designed to provide continuing education (CE) opportunities for the entire veterinary team. Content will include; Bovine, Small Animal, Food Animal, Equine, Exotics, Professional Development, and topics of interest for Veterinary Technicians. All conference sessions and special events will be held on Purdue’s campus locations in West Lafayette, IN.

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Coppoc One Health Lecture

November 7, 2019

The sixth annual Coppoc One Health Lecture will be held November 7 in Lynn 1136.


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Medicine of Aquatics, Amphibians, and Reptile Symposium

November 9-10, 2019

Tailored for students and professionals specializing in fields such as veterinary medicine, wildlife management, aquatic or herptile sciences. The symposium will feature two days of concurrent lecture and wet lab tracks on reptile and aquatics/amphibian topics from experts in these fields, including a keynote lecture by Cara Field, DVM, PhD, DACZM of the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, Calif.

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