Keynote Speaker #1
Originally from Katy, Texas Jennifer attended Texas Tech University for three years prior to an early acceptance into veterinary school. Her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Upon graduation, she completed an equine internship in Ocala, Florida and neonatal intensive care fellowship in Lexington, Kentucky. She obtained a Master of Science from the University of Florida and completed a residency program in theriogenology from Colorado State University. Upon board certification with the American College of Theriogenologists in 2013, she began focusing on equine assisted reproduction at CSU and joined the faculty in 2017. Her research interests include in-vitro embryo production, particularly with post-mortem ovaries, and novel biomedical devices for the use of reproductive manipulation in the mare.
- Preparation for the equine breeding season
- Abnormalities encountered in the non-pregnant mare
- How to approach the ‘problem mare’
- Modern Methods for reproductive management of the mare
- Assisted reproduction in practice, the field and the future
- Complications encountered throughout gestation in the pregnant mare
Monitoring and managing the pregnant mare
Keynote Speaker #2
Dr. Basuki was born and grew up in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. She earned her veterinary degree at the University of Queensland in 2010. Following a year of general practice and internships at Queensland Veterinary Specialists, she undertook a 3-year residency in Dentistry and Oral Surgery along with a master’s degree at Colorado State University. She then became a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College by examination and worked at Tufts University before returning to Australia in 2020 and re-joined Queensland Veterinary Specialists as the first and only registered specialist in veterinary dentistry (small animal) in Queensland.
- Oral Anatomy and examination – do you know what you are looking at?
- Periodontal disease – diagnosis and treatment options
- Tooth resorption in small animals
- Tooth fractures and other traumas
- Flaps and fistula repairs
- Jaw fracture repair
- Dental radiographic techniques
- Surgical extraction techniques
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