Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association


Join us for the

WVMA Winter Meeting

December 9-10, 2022

Casper, WY

Lectures will be available to view online
after the meeting for all registrants!


REGISTRATION is OPEN!

Register online HERE.

  • Online registration will be available through December 4th.
  • A printable registration form can be found below as part of the brochure.

SCHEDULE - View the schedule and printable registration form - 2022 WVMA Winter Meeting - Brochure.pdf

CE PROGRAM

WVMA CE offered: 12 hours

  • CE topics will include 4 hours of small animal, 4 hours of large animal, and 4 hours of case studies from the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory.

  • VIRTUAL OPTION: A basic recording of each presentation will be available for all registrants to view December 15 - 31, 2022. These recordings will be eligible for the same CE credits. A CE certificate will be available for download after the meeting.
Additional 3 hrs. of CE:  
      • Three (3) APHIS accreditation modules will be offered on Friday, December 9th at 6 PM. No pre-registration or fees required. You do not need to be registered for the WVMA meeting to attend.

      • Please note: The Wyoming Livestock Board Trichomoniasis Certification will not be offered during this meeting. The WLSB will host a virtual training session on December 1. Register HEREPlease contact Teckla Webb, DVM, Assistant State Field Veterinarian, with any questions at 307-286-1447 or teckla.webb@wyo.gov .

    HOTEL & CONFERENCE LOCATION

    Take advantage of discounted hotel rates for conference attendees!

    Ramkota Hotel
    800 N Poplar St
    Casper, WY 82601
    (307) 266-6000

    Request discounted room rate “Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association”
    $85/night.

    SPEAKERS

    SMALL ANIMAL
    Sarah Shropshire, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM)
    Colorado State University - Fort Collins, CO
    Dr. Shropshire is an Internal Medicine faculty member at Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr. Shropshire completed her DVM degree at Colorado State University. Dr. Shropshire then completed an internship at the University of Georgia, followed by a small animal internal medicine residency and PhD at Colorado State University.  Dr. Shropshire is mostly involved in clinical duty for the hospital and clinical trials.  Dr. Shropshire’s research interests include liver disease, immune thrombocytopenia, coagulation, and proteinuria.


    Canine chronic hepatitis 

    Canine copper associated hepatitis

    Vascular and biliary disorders in dogs

    Canine protein-losing enteropathy



    LARGE ANIMAL

    Brad B. Nelson, DVM, PhD, DACVS-LA
    Colorado State University - Fort Collins, CO

    Dr. Brad Nelson, DVM, PhD, DACVS is currently an assistant professor of Equine surgery at Colorado State University. Dr. Nelson graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a D.V.M. in 2009, and then completed an equine internship in surgery and medicine at Washington State University, followed by a residency in equine surgery and lameness at CSU. He also received a master’s degree in clinical sciences as part of the residency program. Following residency, Dr. Nelson completed a PhD focused on articular cartilage imaging using a novel contrast agent with computed tomographic imaging in an equine model. Dr. Nelson’s research interests are in the detection of articular cartilage injury and osteoarthritis using advanced diagnostic imaging modalities and preclinical surgical models of orthopedic disease. He became an assistant professor of Equine Surgery in 2019 and is a principal investigator in the Orthopaedic Research Center and Preclinical Surgical Research Laboratory.

    No foot no horse: A review of equine foot conditions

    Musculoskeletal and joint disease treatment review - what is the evidence?

    Developmental orthopedic disease conditions in the horse


    WYOMING STATE VETERINARY LABORATORY 
    WSVL Director, Kerry Sondgeroth, DVM, PhD, DACVM et al. - Case studies

    Dr. Kerry Sondgeroth received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from Colorado State University in 2006 and was a post-DVM graduate student from 2006-2013 at Washington State University, in Pullman, Wash., receiving her Ph.D. in veterinary science in 2013. She grew up in Wyoming and is an alumna of Jackson Hole High School.



    EXHIBITORS

    Thank you for your interest in the WVMA! You are invited to attend the 2023 WVMA Summer Meeting held in Laramie, June 11-13, as the Winter Meetings do not include an exhibit hall. More information will be available in February 2023. Thank you!




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