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One of the revised hallmarks of cancer is dysregulated energy metabolism. This session will cover the historical and modern concepts of glucose utilization and energy generation in cancer, how it may affect tumor cell behavior, and strategies for intervention.
RACE Application Status
This module has been submitted and approved for 1.0 hours of Anytime, Non-Interactive-distance medical continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE-approval.
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Dr. Thamm is the Barbara Cox Anthony Professor of Oncology and Director of Clinical Research at the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center. He is also a member of the Developmental Therapeutics Section of the University of Colorado Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Program at Colorado State University.
Dr. Thamm received his Bachelor’s and VMD degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. He completed an Oncology Residency at the University of Wisconsin and was a researcher there for 5 additional years before joining the faculty at CSU in 2004. He has authored over 140 peer-reviewed publications and 20 book chapters in veterinary and basic cancer research, was Oncology Section Editor for the 2 most recent editions of Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy and is Co-Editor-In-Chief of the journal Veterinary and Comparative Oncology. His clinical and research interests include novel targeted therapies for animal and human cancer and ways to integrate these therapies with existing treatment.
ACVIM Diplomates and candidates: $0
ECEIM, ECVIM-CA and ECVN Diplomates and candidates: $30
On Demand courses are hosted in ACVIM’s online learning system ACVIM Online, powered by VetBloom.
Individual access has been provided to enrolled participants via email or log in using your ACVIM.org username and password. You will be taken to your Learner Dashboard where any course you are enrolled in will show in the Current Learning section.
All ACVIM Oncology Diplomates and candidates have been automatically enrolled in each Science of Veterinary
The ACVIM has developed nine (9) Science of Veterinary Oncology (SOVO) online courses that are currently available and complimentary for ACVIM members with five (5) more in development and coming soon. These modules offer foundational building blocks of core knowledge areas pertaining to veterinary oncology and were developed based on the Job Task Analysis review performed in 2016. All modules are led by industry experts and each module is RACE-approved.