Speakers, Topics and Schedule of Events

Thursday, May 18th       5-7 pm cocktails (hosted bar), hors d’oeuvres and poster session

Friday, May 19th            8 am-5 pm lectures

Saturday, May 20th        10 am-2 pm Equine Ultrasound Wet Lab 

2017 Program

Dr. Greg Grauer, Kansas State University

Summary of on-going regenerative studies at Kansas State University

Dr. Keith Clement, Private Practice, NY

My experience with stem cells in a small animal clinic: 200 clinical cases and counting

Dr. Scott McClure, Private Practice, IA

Extracorporeal Shockwave: understanding the science and clinical applications

Dr. Corey Orava, Enso Discoveries, KS

A Primer for regenerative medicine: definitions and basic mechanisms of action

Dr. Jamie Textor, Private Practice, CA

PRP: platelet rich plasma – a review of the literature and clinical application

Dr. Jamie Textor (collaborator with Dr. Dori Borjesson, UC Davis)

Mesenchymal stem cells for wound healing in horses

Dr. Ashlee Watts, Texas A&M 

Bone-marrow derived stem cells in veterinary medicine

Dr. Cooper Williams, Private Practice, MD

Use of regenerative therapies in an equine ambulatory practice – focus on extracellular matrices and platelet rich plasma.

This symposium provides up to 12 hours of CE.
For veterinarians licensed in Kansas, that each contact hour of attendance that enhances the veterinarian’s level of knowledge, skill, or abilities to practice veterinary medicine would qualify as one clock hour of CE pursuant to the Kansas Veterinary Practice Act.