[MARMAM] Sea Vet II - spots still available for June 10-16, 2007

Iske Larkin LarkinI at vetmed.ufl.edu
Tue May 22 07:35:52 PDT 2007


Sea Vet II is being developed as a truly advanced short course in aquatic health at the University of Florida. Emphasis will be on advanced medical management of marine mammals, sea turtles, and crocodilians, with special consideration of species native to Florida.

Sea Vet II, June 10-16, 2007, University of Florida

The course in intended for veterinarians, veterinary students, graduate students and professionals with significant responsibility for the care of captive aquatic animals. Acceptance into to he course is limited and will be based on demonstrated experience and need for professional development in this area. Applicants should be able to document at least one year of experience working with these species, or sufficient classroom training (ie. Sea vet I, Aquavet, Marvet etc.) to be prepared for the advanced nature of the curriculum. Due to the short period of time before the first offering of this course is scheduled to begin, applications will be evaluated as they come in and students will be notified of their acceptance status within a day or two. Once the course if full no further applications will be accepted. The course will be offered again in 2009.

For more information and registration go online to: www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ame/seavet2 

Iske L. Vandevelde Larkin, Ph.D. 
Assistant Scientist
Education Coordinator
Aquatic Animal Health Program
Large Animal Clinical Sciences
& Dept. of Zoology
University of Florida
2015 SW 16th Ave.
CVM - PO Box 100136
Gainesville, Fl 32610
(Ship to zip - 32608)
USA

Phone (352) 392-2212 ext 5168
Cell (352) 494-1742
Fax (352) 846-1171
e-mail: Larkini at vetmed.ufl.edu






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