Zion National Park, Utah 2021
October 9 - 11, 2021
4 SEATS LEFT! Cardiology -Dr. Anne Kurosawa
Endocrinology/Internal Medicine - Dr. Daniel Langlois
Hampton Inn & Suites Springdale
Referring Code/Group Name: Group Code VVS using the online link Group Name VetVacations
Room Rate: $229+ 13.37% taxes for the nights of October 8,9,10
THE HOTEL IS SOLD OUT!!
Reservation includes hot breakfast, high-speed internet, and fitness center, views of the towering Red Rocks and the Virgin River. The Hampton Inn is one mile from the Zion National Park entrance with a tram stop in front of hotel and close proximity to Bryce Canyon.
McCarran International Airport Las Vegas (LAS)
Distance from Hotel:145 mi.
Drive Time:2 hr.
St. George Municipal Airport (SGU)
Distance from Hotel: 54 mi.
Drive Time:1.15 hr.
Taxi, rental car, limousine service and public bus service are all available from both airports.
Dr. Anne Kurosawa DVM MVetMed MRCVS DipACVIM (Cardiology)
I am originally from New York City where I was born and raised. I attended Purdue University for both my undergrad and veterinary schools and really enjoyed my time living in the midwest. I adopted my dog Nola (who I got from New Orleans, hence her name) during my second year of vet school who has travelled with me all over the world. We lived in Baton Rouge, LA during my internship at LSU then in East Lansing, MI during my research fellowship at MSU and finally all the way across the pond in London for my cardiology residency. My current job as a cardiologist is very exciting and unique because we are one of only 2 places in the world that perform open heart surgery. We also have veterinary student teaching/mentorship responsibilities as well as clinical research which are great perks of the job.
1. Puppy murmurs: How can we better differentiate pathologic from non pathologic murmurs
2. Approach to heart murmurs in cats
3. Approach to the dyspneic cat
4. Aortic thromboembolism in cats
5. Approach to the dyspneic dog part I (mitral valve disease).
6. Approach to the dyspneic dog part II (cardiomyopathy)
7. Approach to the syncopal animal
8. ECG review
Dr. Daniel Langlois, DVM, ACVIM
Dr. Daniel Langlois is a tenured associate professor at the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is originally from Baton Rouge, LA, and he received his DVM from Louisiana State University in 2009. He then completed a 1-year internship at The Ohio State University which was followed by an internal medicine residency at Michigan State University. He obtained board certification from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in 2013, and he has been an MSU faculty member since that time. Daniel has strong clinical and research interests in companion animal endocrinology and canine hepatology. He has authored peer-reviewed manuscripts in these fields, frequently lectures on these subjects, and routinely serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for various veterinary journals.
1. Hyperadrenocorticism: Recognition and Diagnostic Testing (50 minutes)
2. Hyperadrenocorticism: Medical Management and Monitoring (50 minutes)
3. Approach to the Complicated Diabetic (50 minutes)
4. Mystery Endocrinology Cases (50 minutes)
5. Copper-Associated Liver Diseases (50 minutes)
6. Updates on Hypoadrenocorticism (75 minutes)
7. Feline Adrenal Disease (50 minutes)