Auburn University Veterinary Academy

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to providing the highest standard of veterinary medical education. The college is committed not only to training students to become veterinarians but also to providing veterinary practitioners and alumni with opportunities for professional development through high quality, practical continuing education.

Auburn University Veterinary Academy is designed for practitioners seeking advanced, relevant, and practical continuing education. Academy members can attend three weekend CE seminars throughout the year to gain more comprehensive knowledge of specific areas of veterinary medicine. For the convenience of practitioners traveling from a distance and/or working Saturday hours, seminars will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Saturdays and continue from 8 a.m.-noon on Sundays.

Membership Benefits

 Academy Membership
($785)
Single Seminar Registration
($275)
Three weekend seminars (8 CE hours each) 
Annual Conference registration* (20 CE hours) 
Relevant, practical subject information to take back to your practice
Opportunities to network with like-minded colleagues committed to seeking high-quality continuing education
Printed notes for weekend seminar(s)
Boxed lunch on Sunday
Certificate of Completion for each seminar
Membership Acknowledgement certificate 

*Annual Conference add-on options (labs, FL Pharmacy, guest meals, etc) and reunion registration are not included with Academy membership

2024 Seminars

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April 20-21: Feline Medicine

TOPICSPEAKER
Idiopathic cystitis in catsDiane Delmain, DVM, DABVP-Feline
New feline diabetes drugsDiane Delmain, DVM, DABVP-Feline
Multimodal Analgesia for the Feline Dental PatientErin Chamorro, DVM
Clinical Management of Feline Chronic GingivostomatitisErin Chamorro, DVM
Feline dermatologyRobert Kennis, DVM, MS, DACVD
Feline ophthalmologyShannon Boveland, DVM, DACVO

June 29-30: Canine Medicine

TOPICSPEAKER
Aerodigestive disorders in dogsMegan Grobman, DVM, MS, DACVIM(SAIM), PhD
Canine ITP diagnosis & treatmentDana LeVine, DVM, DACVIM(SAIM), PhD
Principles of Radiation Oncology and Clinical ApplicationsLarissa Castro, DVM, DACVR(Radiation Oncology)
Canine ophthalmologyAnna Catherine Bowden, DVM, DACVO

August 17-18: Emergency and Triage

TOPICSPEAKER
OrthopedicsKayla Corriveau, DVM, DACVS-SA
NeurologyAmy Yanke, DVM, MS, DACVIM(Neurology)
Emergency/Critical CareKathy Gerken, DVM, MS, DACVECC
Emergency/Critical CareKendon Kuo, DVM, MS, DACVECC

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