5th European College Day, Veterinary dermatology lectures The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Univer
5th European College Day, Veterinary dermatology lectures The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of ZagrebPredavači: Douglas J. DeBoer, DVM, DipACVDProfessor of Dermatology Department of Medical Sciences, School of Veterinary MedicineUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin USA Thierry Olivry, DrVet, PhD, DipACVD, DipECVDProfessor of ImmunodermatologyDermatology Section ChiefAssistant Head Department of Clinical Sciences North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine Raleigh, North Carolina, USA5th European College DayThe European College Day was founded 5 years ago with the main reasonfor promotion the specialist level of the clinical veterinary sciencein Croatia. Usually we provide well-known specialists from the field ofveterinary dermatology furthermore we organize lectures about internalmedicine and other specialist topics. The meeting is very popular and free of charges for vet students andveterinarians. Young and active practitioners, specialists, interns, residents and final year students are very welcome to participate in our annual meeting. This year we will have two lectures, first one about diagnosis and second about therapy in canine atopic dermatitis (one of the most common canine skin diseases). Finally, we can proudly present our speakers for this year, Prof. Doug DeBoer, diplomate of ACVD and Prof. Thierry Olivry, diplomate of ECVD and ACVD, pioneers and experts in the field of allergy and clinicalimmunology (more about authors you will find on the link at the home page).Both lectures will be presented and worldwide shared as videoconferences. For the first time, we will give a video signal to the rest of the world,and participants can watch the lectures trough ordinary Internet program andsend us some questions via web at the end of lecture. We have greatequipment and possibilities together with our partner CARNet and it will begreat challenge for us. We expect up to 2000 practitioners.