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ACVIM Brain Camp Online - Neuropathology

10/1/2020 8:00:00 AM
On Demand

COVID-19 Update

With the global impact of COVID-19 and the postponement of the 2020 ACVIM North American Neuroscience Course (Brain Camp) until summer 2022, we understand that this is an extremely challenging time for residents and has been very disruptive to resident training. As a result, we are delivering a portion of the ACVIM North American Neuroscience Course (Brain Camp) as an online program.

Course Information

  • Date: On Demand through June 30, 2022
  • Location: Virtual
  • Audience: ACVIM, ECVIM-CA and ECVN Diplomates and candidates
  • Specialty: Neurology
  • Type: On Demand
  • CE Hours: 7.0

  

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RACE application status: 

This program has been submitted and approved for 7.0 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.

For additional questions, please contact us at Learning@ACVIM.org.

Speakers

 

Sheila Carrera-Justiz, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

COURSE LEADER

Sheila Carrera-Justiz, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)
Clinical Associate Professor & Service Chief, Neurology
University of Florida

Dr. Sheila Carrera-Justiz received her DVM from the University of Florida in 2005. She completed a rotating small animal internship at the University of Missouri and a neurology specialty internship at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of San Diego. She completed a residency in Neurology and Neurosurgery at Tufts University in 2010 and became a board-certified specialist of the ACVIM that same year. Dr. Carrera-Justiz spent four years in private practice at the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital before moving back to Gainesville, Florida to be a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Florida, where she has been since 2014.

Serena LM Craft, DVM, DACVP (Anatomic Path)

Serena LM Craft, DVM, DACVP (Anatomic Path)
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Florida

Dr. Serena Craft is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida. Originally from Washington state, both she and her husband accepted residencies in anatomic pathology in 2010 and have been here at Florida ever since. Dr. Craft has a wide range of interests from neuropathology to ocular pathology. Her current neuropathology interests are in lysosomal storage diseases, degenerative CNS diseases, and CNS neoplasia. She enjoys collaborating on research, clinical cases, and teaching neuropathology to the neurology residents. 

Jey Koehler, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Anatomic Path)

Jey Koehler, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Anatomic Path)
Residency Coordinator, Anatomic Pathology; Section H, Surgical Biopsy Service
Auburn University

Dr. Jey Koehler did her undergraduate work at Auburn University and received her DVM from Louisiana State University in 1996. She was engaged in private practice in small animal medicine and surgery for 11 years before returning to Auburn University for combined residency in anatomic pathology and PhD in Biomedical Science.  Dr. Koehler currently serves as the residency coordinator for anatomic pathology and section head for the surgical biopsy service.  She teaches pathology of the endocrine and nervous system in the veterinary curriculum, as well as graduate courses in neuropathology, oncologic histopathology, and surgical pathology.  She is a member of the C.L. Davis-S.W. Thompson, DVM Foundation’s Board of Directors, and is the course director as well as a lecturer in the organization’s internationally-renowned Descriptive Veterinary Pathology course.  

G. Diane Shelton, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM)

G. Diane Shelton, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM)
Professor, Department of Pathology
University of California, San Diego

Dr. Diane Shelton graduated from University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine followed by an internship at Michigan State University and a residency at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed a PhD in Comparative Pathology and board certification in internal medicine. Dr. Shelton completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies with an emphasis on experimental and naturally occurring myasthenia gravis. In 1990, she established the Comparative Neuromuscular Laboratory in the School of Medicine, University of California, San Diego, an international reference center for spontaneously occurring neuromuscular diseases. Currently she is Director of the CNL and Professor, Department of Pathology at UCSD. 

 

 

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