Ophthalmology for the Practicing Veterinarian

The Ophthalmology for the Practicing Veterinarian conference is scheduled for Sunday, April 13, 2014 in the Agnes Varis Lecture Hall (letter K on the campus map). Stefano Pizzarani (DVM, PhD, DECVS, DACVO), an assistant professor at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, is the course director. This conference is 6 hours of Continuing Veterinary Medical Education credit.


Time Event
8:00am–8:30am Registration and Check-In
8:30am–9:30am UMMM...Is This Globe Protruding? Kara Gornik (DVM)
9:35am–10:35am Corneal Ulcers Are Not All The Same – What Do I Do in This Case? Anthony Alario (DVM)
10:35am–10:45am Break
10:45am–11:45am There is a Lens Opacity – Now What? Christopher Pirie (DVM, DACVO)
11:50am–12:50pm The Eye As Sentinel – Should I Look Somewhere Else? Christopher Pirie (DVM, DACVO)
12:50pm–1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm–2:30pm Doctor – My Pet Is Suddenly Blind!! Stefano Pizzarani (DVM, PhD, DECVS, DACVO)
2:35pm–3:35pm Anisocoria and Strabismus – Where Do I Start? Stefano Pizzarani (DVM, PhD, DECVS, DACVO)


The registration fee is $225, which includes lectures, continental breakfast, luncheon, and course notes on a CD. Registration before April 1, 2014 is only $199. Both an online registration form and a PDF registration form are available.