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More Than Just the Feet: An Approach to the Laminitic Hors

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Jessica Johnson as our speaker on Tuesday the 22nd of June at 1 pm. Dr. Jessica is a surgery clinician at EVMC and will be discussing More than just the feet: An approach to the laminitic horse. Please join by clicking the link below: In compliance with the social … Read More

Pathophysiology of Laminitis

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Camilla Jamieson as our speaker on Tuesday the 8th of June at 1 pm. Dr. Camilla will be discussing Pathophysiology of Laminitis. Please join by clicking the link below: This seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To join the seminar: Click Join Read More

How to Assess and Critically Appraise Equine Continuing Education Offerings in Light of Your Own CE Needs

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Emmanuel Engeli as our speaker on Tuesday the 25th of May at 1 pm. Dr. Emmanuel is the Managing Director of Vet PD, a continuous education provider and will be discussing How to Assess and Critically Appraise Equine Continuing Education Offerings in Light of Your Own CE Needs.  This … Read More

Modern Approach to Equine Hermaphroditism

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Endrigo Pompermayer as our speaker on Tuesday the 30th of March at 1 pm. Dr. Endrigo is a surgery and sports medicine clinician at EVMC and will be discussing the Modern Approach to Equine Hermaphroditism. This seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To join the seminar, please … Read More

Decline of Equine Fertility with Age: A Pathology Perspective

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Masaaki Oikawa as our speaker on Tuesday the 16th of March at 1 pm. Dr. Masaaki is a Senior Veterinary Pathologist at EVMC and will be discussing, Decline of Equine Fertility with Age: A Pathology Perspective. This seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To join the seminar, … Read More

Can a Horse be an Athlete after Critical Care

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Kevin Corley as our speaker on Tuesday the 2nd of March at 1 pm. Dr. Kevin will be discussing, Can a Horse be an Athlete after Critical Care? This seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To join the seminar, please click the link: Join Read More

Interpretation of Blood Results in Clinical Practice

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Christina Maria Wimmer-Scherr as our speaker on Tuesday the 16th of February at 1 pm. Dr. Christina will be discussing, How to Get the Most Out of Blood Work: Interpretation of Blood results in Clinical Practice. This seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To join the seminar, … Read More

Clinical Use of PET Scanning in Race and Sport Horses

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Mathieu Spriet as our speaker on Tuesday the 2nd of February at 6pm. Dr. Mathieu will be discussing Clinical Use of PET Scanning in Race and Sport Horses.  In compliance with the social distancing measures Qatar has taken to limit the spread of Coronavirus-19, this seminar will take place … Read More

Equine Dental Sinusitis

We are delighted to welcome Dr. John Mark O’Leary as our speaker on Tuesday the 19th of January at 1pm. Dr. John Mark will be discussing Equine Dental Sinusistis. In compliance with the social distancing measures Qatar has taken to limit the spread of Coronavirus-19, this seminar will take place online via Microsoft Teams. To … Read More

Equine Asthma: A Review and Novel Findings

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Jean-Pierre Lavoie as our speaker on Tuesday the 1st of December at 4pm. Dr. Jean-Pierre, will be joining us online from Montreal, Canada and will be discussing, Equine Asthma: A Review and Novel Findings.   In compliance with the social distancing measures Qatar has taken to limit the spread … Read More

Back Pain in Sport Horses

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Omar Maher as our speaker on Tuesday the 17th of November at 4pm. Dr. Omar, will be joining us online from New Hampshire, USA and will be discussing, Back Pain in Sport Horses. In compliance with the social distancing measures Qatar has taken to limit the spread of Coronavirus-19, … Read More

ECG Reading in Horses : Theory and Practice

After completing a degree in veterinary medicine at Alfort Veterinary School in France, Dr. Julie Dauvillier spent 5 years in Canada at the University of Montreal specializing in equine internal medicine and became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Upon her return to France, Dr. Julie decided to specialize further in … Read More

Recent perspectives on pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of osteochondrosis

www.evmc.qa Webinar TUESDAY 20, 4:00 PM Doha time October, 2020 Microsoft Teams LIVE Recent perspectives on pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of osteochondros is Dr.SheilaLaverty Dr.SheilaLaverty is a Professor of Equine Surgery and Director of the Comparative Ortho pedic Research Laboratory, University of Montreal. A graduate of University College Dublin, she worked in a number of … Read More

Electrochemotherapy in horses: A new therapy offered at EVMC

Dr. Jessica Johnson graduated with a MVB in Veterinary Medicine from University College Dublin (UCD) in 2011 and she followed this with three equine internships: in Dubai Equine Hospital, Troytown Equine Hospital, and in UCD. After working in equine practice, Dr. Jessica returned to UCD in 2014 where she completed a 3-year residency to become … Read More

Rhodococcus equi infections in foals

Dr. Devaya Achappa Graduated with a Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc) from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India. He has over 28 years of experience working with horses in different equine settings. Dr. Devaya’s previous roles have ranged from the management, treatment, and breeding of horses at stud farms, to providing medical and surgical … Read More

Metabolomics of the endurance horse under desert conditions

Dr. João Oliveira obtained his DVM from UTAD, Portugal, in 2016 and has since worked in a number of equine practices. He started as a large animal veterinarian before completing two, year-long equine internships at the UCD Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Equine Veterinary Medical Center, Qatar. Dr. João’s main areas of interest are internal medicine … Read More

Treatment of equine digital osteochondroma in a foal

Dr. Machiel Ysebaert, graduated from the University of Ghent, Belgium in 2013, and gained his Master’s degree in Veterinary Science in 2016. Dr. Machiel has completed several equine internships including a 6-month internship at the Veterinary Clinic Saint Roche, France and a one-year internship at the Veterinary Clinic Grosbois, France. He joined EVMC in March … Read More

Shoeing around the Coffin Joint

Mr. Rodney King, an Associate of the Worshipful Company of Farriers UK, has been a farrier for the past 25 years. Rodney’s farriery career has been focusing on sport horses. He completed a 3 year period at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky (USA). After that period he began focusing on therapeutic farriery, working … Read More

Juvenile Guttural Pouch Empyema in Arabian Foals

Dr. Nicole Van der Vossen obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Ghent in Belgium in 2017 and then worked as an intern at the Equitom Equine Clinic in Belgium for one year. Dr. Nicole has just completed a one year equine internship at EVMC, where she has been rotating through … Read More

Equine emergency triage – initial treatment of the emergency patient

Ms Sarah Glynn is a veterinary nurse who graduated in June 2019, from University College Dublin, Ireland. Although a new graduate, Sarah has spent her whole life being around horses, working on stud farms in Ireland and New Zealand as well as working as a travelling groom from a young age. Her main interests are … Read More

What’s your Neuroanatomical diagnosis?

Dr. Melissa Fenn received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona and then went on to graduate from Cornell University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Following veterinary school, she completed a rotating internship at the Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center before returning to Cornell for a 3-year residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine. Read More

How can we treat tendinopathies effectively?

Dr. Endrigo Pompermayer graduated from the Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil in 2008. Following graduation, he worked for two years in the same institution as a clinician in the teaching hospital. He also completed a master’s degree during this time in neonatology and pharmacology. Read More

ANTIBIOTIC STEWARDSHIP

Dr. Camilla Jamieson obtained her veterinary degree from the University of Nottingham in 2011. She then completed an internship at a large sports medicine clinic south of London before returning to the USA for a residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine, in Oklahoma, where she achieved her Diplomat status of the American College of Veterinary … Read More

Predicting Pregnancy Outcome: The untold story

Dr. Stefania Bucca, graduated from the University of Torino, College of Veterinary Medicine, Italy, in 1977. She practiced in Ireland, Italy and Australia as a resident stud veterinarian, and in equine first opinion and referral private practices, as an equine reproductive consultant. In September 1987 she was awarded a certificate in equine artificial insemination, embryo … Read More

Equine Sarcoids

Dr. Devaya’s previous roles have ranged from the management, treatment, and breeding of horses at stud farms, to providing medical and surgical care to horses in equine hospitals. Dr. Devaya currently works as an Internal Medicine Veterinarian at Equine Veterinary Medical Center. Read More
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