VMC Animal Health Education Series

A dog being examinedLaunched in fall 2020, the VMC Animal Health Education Series is a virtual event series that covers a range of topics from practical tips of things to look for in your pet to updates on leading clinical research.

Led by our expert clinicians and researchers, these presentations provide a deeper look at relevant topics in veterinary medicine. We hope you’ll join us to learn more and ask questions in those moments in between appointments.

The series is free and will remain virtual until it is safe to gather in groups again. Sign up below using the registration link. All events will be held over zoom until further notice.

Upcoming events

Alistair McVey and Susan Arnold headshotsSpinal cord issues in dogs and cats

Led by Alistair McVey, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM and Susan Arnold, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

December 15, 2020
6 p.m. -7 p.m. CT

Registration coming soon

This month, Dr. Alistair McVey, Associate Professor and Dr. Susan Arnold, Assistant Professor both in the Veterinary Clinical Sciences department, lead a presentation that will broaden your understanding of spinal cord issues in dogs and cats, and review what signs you can look for in your pet. Collectively, their interests range from medical and surgical neurology to the investigation of novel treatments for canine brain tumors and their potential application to human brain tumors.

View past events

VAnimal Health Education Series-Dr. Julie Churchill discussing nutrition and our pets

Deciphering fact from fiction: what's the best food for my pet?
Presented by Julie Churchill, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVN

VMC Animal Health Education Series- Socializing your dog and understanding their body language

Socializing your dog and understanding their body language
Presented by: Kristi Flynn, DVM