Clinical Pathology Seminar | Centre for Veterinary Education

Clinical Pathology Seminar

Clinical Pathology Seminar

Through the looking glass – practical cytology for veterinary practitioners

Can you pick those common tumours in skin? What can you glean from a cytological smear made from a body cavity effusion? 

Let one of the most experienced clinical cytologists in Australia answer these questions and more whilst helping you improve your cytology skills for your vet practice. You will walk away with practical tips and an approach to diagnosing disease from fine needle cell aspirates of lumps and bumps, harvesting cells present in body fluids, as well as cells obtained from special procedures on special sites.

The following topics will be covered throughout the day:

  • Getting the basics right for cytopathological diagnosis when looking down the microscope.
  • Cytopathological diagnosis of disease present in common sites: skin and lymph nodes. 
  • Interpreting cells in body fluids.
  • Cytopathological diagnosis of disease present in internal organs. 

This is a not to be missed opportunity to hear from one of the preeminent specialists in the field Emeritus Professor Paul Canfield!

Seminar

Wednesday 2 October 2019
8.30 - 5.00
6
Early Bird
20 August 2019
Centre for Veterinary Education
Veterinary Science Conference Centre
Camperdown NSW
Australia

Speaker/s

DVSc PhD GradCertEdStud FACVSc FRCPath MRCVS

Paul Canfield is Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney. He was Professor of Veterinary Pathology and Clinical Pathology, and a Councillor for the Centre for Veterinary Education (CVE), University of Sydney from 2005 to 2013. He is committed to continuing education for the CVE and avidly presents workshops and lectures on all aspects of laboratory diagnosis of disease for the veterinary profession. His research interests include host-pathogen-environment interactions in wildlife and domestic animal disease, haematological and biochemical disturbances in companion animals, and diagnostic reasoning. He is committed to supporting and mentoring young students and veterinary graduates.


Course Fees

*Member includes: Practice, Professional and Academic members