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10:00-10:30 Dr. Snezhana Atanasova - Portosystemic shunts
10:40-11:10 Dr. Fausto Brandao - Laryngeal Collapse- one step further on BOAS approach
11:20-12:10 Dr. Nikola Katic -Advances in Small Animal Minimally Invasive Surgery - "The Sky is the Limit"
12:20-12:50 Dr. Takayuki Furukawa -Total bladder resection in lower urinary malignant obstructions; procedure of general cases and SUB case
13:00-13:30 Dr. Felipe Lillo Araya - Intracorporeal suturing: How to use a basic skill in advanced laparoscopic surgery
13:40-14:10 Dr. Maurici Batalla - Laser lithotripsy in dogs and cats
14:30-15:20 Dr. Chick Weisse - New insights into tracheal collapse and stenting
15:30-16:20 Dr. Allyson Berent- Treatment of Ureteral Obstructions in Veterinary Medicine: a new era of options
16:30-17:00 Dr. Jesus Villalobos - Endoscopy in Marine Mammals and sharks
17:10-18:00 Dr. Marilyn Dunn - Applications of interventional medicine to other species : rabbits, ferrets, lizards, farm animals
18:10-18:40 Dr. Roberto Properzi - Thoracoscopic thymectomy in the dog - our experience
18:50- 19:20 Dr. Gilles Dupre - A surgical glove port technique for laparoscopy
19:30- 20:00 Dr. Constantin Vasile Ifteme - Nasopharyngeal stenosis in cats
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DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Animal Medical Center New York -Interventional radiology and endoscopy
Dr. Allyson Berent graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She completed a one year rotating small animal internship at the University of Minnesota. She then completed her internal medicine residency at the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Following her residency she did a fellowship in interventional radiology and interventional endoscopy. Her research interests are in minimally invasive diagnostics and therapeutics including: endourology, laser lithotripsy, hepatic and biliary interventions and intrahepatic portosystemic shunting.
DVM, DACVS Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeons- Animal Medical Center New York -Interventional radiology and endoscopy
Dr. Chick Weisse completed his small animal surgical residency training at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. He then pursued advanced training through a customized fellowship in Interventional Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 2003. He held dual appointments in surgery and radiology as an Assistant Professor at both the veterinary and human hospitals (UPenn) before coming to the Animal Medical Center in 2009 as staff surgeon and Head of the Interventional Radiology Service. Educational interests include expanding minimally invasive veterinary interventional radiology (IR) techniques through describing new procedures and training veterinarians. Research interests include IR techniques for non-resectable and metastatic cancers, palliative stenting for malignant obstructions, vascular anomalies such as portosystemic shunts and stenting for tracheal collapse.
DVM, MVSc ,Diplomate ACVIM , Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine - Université de Montréal
Dr. Marilyn Dunn received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Université de Montréal in 1994 and did a one year internship at the small animal hospital of the Université de Montréal. In 1999, she completed a 3 year residency program in small internal medicine and a Master’s degree at the University of Saskatchewan. In 1999 she became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Dr. Dunn then worked in a private specialty practice in Montreal for 2 years. Since 2001, she is a professor of small animal medicine at the Université de Montréal in Saint-Hyacinthe. In 2008 she completed a Fellowship in interventional radiology and endoscopy at the University of Pennsylvania. Besides working at the small animal clinic, she teaches and is involved in a number of clinical studies involving urology and thrombosis. Since 2011, she had developed an interventional endoscopy service at Canada West Veterinary Specialists and Critical Care.
DVM, Cert. Spec. VEaMIS
Dr. Villalobos Gomez Jesus is graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He holds a diploma in Minimally Invasive surgery and microsurgery by the American British Cowdray Hospital, UNAM, IMSS in the human area, a diploma in Medicine and Surgery of small species SUA-UNAM and a Certification for the practice of endoscopy and veterinary endosurgery, granted by the Improve/European School of veterinary Postgraduate Studies. He is currently studying the Master of Science at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. Speaker and trainer in the area of endoscopy in national and international events (Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Chile, Ecuador, United States, Spain, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela). Advisor in the area of endoscopy of veterinary hospitals of small species, equine, wild Fauna and marine mammals.
Fausto Brandão, DVM, MSc., Cert. Spec. VEaMIS ,International Consultant and Instructor in Veterinary Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery
Graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal, 2000. Master Degree in Laser Surgery, 2013. Specialty Certificate in Veterinary Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery, 2013. Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Porto, Portugal, 1999-2000. Worked as referral clinical in private practice 2001-2009. Professor and Director of Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Service at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal, 2009-2013. Joined KARL STORZ ENDOSKOPE in 2014, to date, for Veterinary Department. Author of several articles and book chapters. International lecturer and instructor.
1) DVM degree - Russian University of People Friendship, Agricultural Faculty, Veterinary medicine department, 2000-2005
2) PhD degree – department of Anatomy and Histology, Moscow State Academy of Veterinary Medicine and Bioscience named by K.I.Skryabin, 2016-present
1) Senior Assistant in Anesthesiology Department VC Biocontrol the division of Russian Oncologic Science Centre, 2003-2006, Moscow
2) Veterinary Anesthesiologist in Veterinary Rehabilitation Center, 2012-2013, Moscow
3) Head of Anesthesiology and Critical care departments in VC "Swans", 2013-2015, Moscow
4) Head of Anesthesiology Department and ICU in VC "SvoyDoctor", 2015-2016, Moscow
5) Scientific Chief of Anesthesiology and Critical care departments in VC "Svoy Doctor" and "Innovative Veterinary Centre" of Moscow State Veterinary Academy, 2016-2017, Moscow
6) Leading anesthesiologist and expert in "Innovative Veterinary Centre" of Moscow State Veterinary Academy, main practice with DVM Anton Lapshin in Soft tissue surgery, interventional radiology and endoscopy department, 2017 - present, Moscow
7) Chief of Veterinary Medicine Journal "Veterinary Clinic", 2017-present
1) Lions spay program of Veterinary Endoscopy School, Anesthesiologist, Georgia, Tbilisi, September 2014
2) Polar Bear Program in Arctic, Anesthesiologist, Russia, September 2016
3) Scientific program of Russian Neurology Scientific Institute "Burdenko", Department of child neurosurgery, Veterinary anesthesiologist and expert, Russia, Moscow, October 2014, November 2015, November 2016
4) EVENDOC 2017, Anesthesiology assistance, Lithuania, Vilnius, June 2017
1) Acute traumatic pain syndrome after laparoscopy, 12th Annual Russian Anesthesiology Meeting, Moscow, April 2016
2)Anesthesiology management of patients with acute kidney disease, Annual National Veterinary Meeting, Moscow, November 2016
3) Anesthesiology management of patients with chronic kidney disease, 25th Annual Moscow Veterinary Meeting, Moscow, April 2017
Russian Veterinary Anesthesiology Society (VITAR)
Anesthesiology Veterinary Association (AVA)
POST GRADUATE EDUCATION
1) Equine Anesthesiology, Duelmen, Germany, April 2005
2) Externship program in Anesthesiology and Critical care departments, Kovet Veterinary School by Israel University, Tel Aviv, Israel, September - October 2013
3) Anesthesiology of wild cats, Longleat Safari Park, GB, June 2014
4) Masterclass Vet Labs Endourology 2 , Animal Medical Center, NY, USA, 6-7th May 2017
5) Visiting program in Interventional Radiology and Endoscopy department of The Animal Medical Center, NY, USA, August 2017
Dr. Lillo graduated from Universidad Santo Tomás, Chile. He is diplomate in Intensive Care Medicine of Medical School of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and is PhD candidate in Veterinary Medicine for the Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile. After several years of surgical and neurosurgical practice, Dr. Lillo was trained in minimal invasive surgery in the Medicine School of Universidad Andrés Bello becoming instructor in this academic unit. Later, he founded and led the Veterinary Minimally Invasive Surgery Service as faculty member and Chief of Surgery in the Veterinary Medicine School of the Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile. Also, Dr. Lillo has participated in several research projects related to translational medicine and experimental surgery. Nowadays, he is Director of Veterinary Medicine at Viña del Mar branch of the Universidad Andrés Bello, is a member of Veterinary Endoscopy Society (VES) and Vice-president of Latin American Veterinary Endoscopy Society (SLEV).
DVM , Member of: GEA, SLEV, VES, VIRIES , EVENDOC . President MINIMAL
President of MINIMAL, Asociación Ibérica de Mínima Invasión Veterinaria. Founding member and member of the scientific committee of the European Veterinary Endoscopy Clinical Cases Conference (EVENDOC). Member of the Endoscopy and Endoscopic Surgery Group of the Association of Spanish Veterinarians Specialists in Small Animals (AVEPA, GEA). Member and representant of Spain of the Latin American Society of Veterinary Endoscopy (SLEV). Member of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society (VES). Member of the Veterinary Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy Society (VIRIES).
DVM , Diplomate ECVS
Dr. Nikola Katic is a diplomate of European College of Veterinary Surgeons. He is a consummate small animal surgeon with special emphasis on minimal invasive surgery. He graduated from University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna in 2002 where he subsequently completed his doctoral thesis and the ECVS residency program. He served as a senior lecturer in small animal surgery at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna before he changed into private practice. He currently holds the position of chief of surgery at AniCura Tierklinik Hollabrunn, which is one of the busiest referral clinics in Austria. He is the first author and co-author of various publications in the field of small animal surgery and regularly takes part as speaker and instructor on different national and international conferences and courses. Dr Katic is husband and father of two boys.
DVM, Diplomate ECVS, Professor for small animal surgery and Head of the clinic for small animal surgery, ophthalmology, dentistry, physical therapy and rehabilitation - University of Vienna, Austria
Gilles Dupré graduated in 1980 in France. His surgical training happened in France and in the USA where he was resident in small animal surgery.After being co-head of surgery in a referral practice in Paris for 17 years, he was appointed by the veterinary medicine University of Vienna as Professor for small animal surgery and Head of the clinic for small animal surgery, ophthalmology, dentistry, physical therapy and rehabilitation. With this, he is currently leading a team of more than 50 people that became over time a state of the art and internationally recognized small animal surgery clinic.University Professor, doctor Med. Vet. Gilles Dupré is Diplomate of the European college of Veterinary Surgeons and Diplomate of human interventionnal pneumology and thoracoscopic surgery. He is currently appointed by many universities throughout Europe and further to provide support to the establishment and development of surgical training programs. Besides his ESAVS responsibilities, he is also board-member and regent of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons (ECVS). His activities as lecturer, speaker or teacher make him travel all over the world holding conferences about his main topics of interests: Mini-invasive surgery, oncologic surgery, upper airways and soft tissue surgery in general.Professor Dupré has published more than 120 articles in peer-reviewed journals, supervised many thesis and dissertations and written many surgery book chapters.
In 1995 he received the Degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Perugia (Italy) under the mentorship of Prof. Mario Battistacci. From 1996 to 2002 he worked at the Clinic of Dr. Giorgio Bagnasco in Bogliasco, Italy, as resident first, and then as associate. In 2002 he set up his own Veterinary Clinic in Rapallo, Italy. He is the author of several scientific articles, mainly in the surgical field. He has presented numerous dissertations at specialized international conferences organized by VES, SICV, SIOVET, SICEV, SLEV and EVENDOC. In 2009 and 2011 he participated in 2 courses in Caceres (Spain) at CCMIJU, the Center of Minimally Invasive Surgery Jesus Uson. He mainly practises orthopaedic and minimally invasive surgery and is particularly keen on laparoscopy, thoracoscopy and arthroscopy. He is an associate member of the following organizations: VES, SIOVET, SICV, SITOV, ESVOT, SLEV and SICEV.
Is the founder and owner of Centru de Endoscopie si Chirurgie Minim Invaziva Veterinara ( Endoscopy Center and Minimally Invasive Veterinary Endoscopy ) Vet Endoscopy Training Center ( VETC ) , and Veterinary Tehnician School in Bucharest , Romania .
With a experince more then 10 years on minimally invasive endoscopy , he is one of the pionners in Romania on respiratory endoscopy , upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy , of ear canal , endourology , laser lithotripsy and ablation of bladder , interventional endoscopy , interventional radiology , laparoscopic , brahycefalic syndrome , surgery and open surgery ( soft tissue) .
Author of numerous scientific articles, lector , trainer and organizator for national and international conferences and workshops .
His most important project in 2018 is “ Brahycefalic Pacient “ he developed in Romania, where he lectured for more then 1000 vets . Founder of the "Science and Socialization" Continuing Education Program , member of VES, VIRIES and ARCE, has carried out multiple stages of continuous training in the field of endoscopy, laparoscopy, surgery and emergency medicine beeing the only veterinarian in Romania who participated in all workshops organized under the aegis of ARCE in human medicine .