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Featuring Dr. Nicola Pusterla (PhD, Diplomate ACVIM and AVDC-Equine) and Dr. Rob Keene (DVM)
In this webinar, Dr. Nicola Pusterla (PhD, Diplomate ACVIM and AVDC-Equine) and Dr. Rob Keene (DVM) will provide an overview on Streptococcus equi, an infectious disease that can be easily mishandled in a veterinary hospital setting. Topics to be covered include clinical presentation of the disease, proper sampling techniques, diagnostic procedures, and outbreak management, with real world examples to illustrate.
About Our Presenters:
Dr. Nicola Pusterla is currently a professor in Equine Internal Medicine at UC Davis and chief of the large animal medicine services at the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. He graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Zurich, Switzerland in 1991 and earned his PhD from the University of Zurich with an emphasis on vector-borne diseases. He joined UC Davis in 1998. Dr. Pusterla is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine with an equine emphasis and has ongoing interest in all aspects of equine internal medicine and dentistry.
Dr. Rob Keene, DVM, joined the Boehringer Ingelheim in 2008 in the role of Professional Services Veterinarian. He provides technical and sales support to our equine customers across the country and has more than 40 years of experience in practice and industry. Dr. Keene received his undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Montana State University in 1980. He attended veterinary school at Colorado State University and graduated in 1983. He began his practice career in California in an exclusive equine practice, focusing on herd health, reproduction and surgery. Since 1985, Dr. Keene has served as a consultant and technical services veterinarian for many veterinary and research companies during his career. Rob serves on the advisory board for the equine sciences program at Montana State University and participated on various committees of the American Association of Equine Practitioners.
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