5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference
With conference registration: $395
Wet lab only: $595
This seminar series and combined wet lab are designed for veterinarians who want to further their training in small animal ultrasound. Lectures will briefly review ultrasound physics and artifacts, and assist the participants in fine-tuning the image. Normal intra-abdominal structure will be reviewed and abnormal intra-abdominal pathology will be emphasized. Wet lab participants will gain experience in completing a routine small abdominal ultrasound examination, knowledge of normal sonographic anatomy and appearance of commonly identified pathologies. Some of the more challenging intra-abdominal structures to image will be emphasized. Interaction between the radiologist and the participants will be encouraged and the attendees will have an opportunity to address personal areas of concern in their understanding of abdominal ultrasound scanning techniques.
Veterinary Imaging Consultants
Dr. Jason Arble is from southern New Mexico and graduated from New Mexico State University before attending the School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University. Dr. Arble spent three years practicing small animal and exotics medicine and surgery in Las Vegas, NV and Phoenix, AZ before training in veterinary radiology at Ohio State University. After completion of his residency and earning a concurrent master’s degree Dr. Arble was a faculty member at Oklahoma State University for two years before moving to Denver and establishing Veterinary Imaging Consultants. In July 2014 Dr. Arble made the move to the Sunshine State and is currently one of the radiologists at Affiliated Veterinary Specialists in Orlando.
Saturday, December 2
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
AXIS – Animal Cross-Sectional Imaging Specialists
Dr. Holmes attended veterinary school at Ontario Veterinary College, completed a rotating internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists and her radiology residency at Washington State University. She recently worked as an Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Presently, she is the founding radiologist of AXIS – Animal Cross-Sectional Imaging Specialists, but also works as a consulting radiologist for the Animal Medical Center in NYC, Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, Missouri University, and The Ohio State University. Her primary professional interests are neuroimaging, canine and equine musculoskeletal imaging. She lives in Georgia with her 3 chihuahuas Julio, Macarena and Eduardo and her cat Fitzgerald.
Dr. Elizabeth Watson, a native Floridian, is a graduate of the University of Florida (DVM 1988), the University of Georgia (MS in Anatomy and Radiology 1994) and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. Dr. Watson spent several years as a staff radiologist in the Pacific Northwest before returning to Florida and founding Veterinary Imaging, a diagnostic imaging consulting practice. Dr. Watson, a charter member and the President of the Florida Keys Veterinary Medical Association and President-Elect of the American College of Veterinary Radiology, enjoys teaching diagnostic imaging to students and veterinary professionals. She lives in the Florida Keys, is an avid fly fisher, and a master fly casting instructor.
North Florida Veterinary Radiology
My name is Dr. Kathleeen Gelatt-Nicholson, DVM, DACVR; I am a Radiologist who founded my business North Florida Veterinary Radiology. I live in the Morriston, FL area and most of my business as a private practioner is in the Gainesville-Ocala and outlying areas. I completed my Bachelors degree in Animal Science at the University of Florida. I received my DVM from North Carolina State University and, after a year in private small animal practice in Orlando, FL, entered my Radiology residency at the University of Florida. I became board certified in 1998. I spent about 4 years as a Clinical Radiologist at the University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine and then spent nearly 5 years working for a private radiologist group in the Cleveland-Akron area. I locumed at the University of Florida for 2 years to help maintain their Radiology program and then decided to start my own private business. I have a teenage son and various pets including 3 rescue dogs. I enjoy spending time with my family, going fishing, going to my son's baseball games, and reading a good book.
Senior Veterinary Technician III
University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals
My name is Danielle Mauragis and I am a certified veterinary technician in the Diagnostic Imaging department at the University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals. For the past 26 years, I have had the privilege of working with and teaching veterinary students all aspects of the physics of diagnostic imaging, quality control of radiographs, positioning of small and large animals, and radiation safety. My other duties include performing ultrasounds, CT’s, and assisting with nuclear medicine and fluoroscopy. I have co-authored a radiographic positioning text for technicians and radiographic positioning articles for Today’s Veterinary Practice. My hobbies include competing in agility with my crazy terrier, nature photography, and Gator Football. Go Gators!
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