The VTCS Workshop

It is with great pride and pleasure that we welcome you to the 2020 Veterinary Cancer Society’s Technician Workshop in Daytona, Florida.

Although plans for the 2020 workshop are still underway, we are happy to announce the return of the ever popular cytology lab presented by Drs. Davis Seeling and Deniel Heinrich.  This lab is historically known to be educational and informative for beginner and veteran oncology nurses alike, and provides the knowledge needed to keep slide-reading skills up to date!

We strive to offer a conference experience geared towards all types of oncology nurses, whether you’re in your first year of practice, or seventeenth! For this reason, we will continue to offer the advanced and beginner tracks.  There will be a wide range of CE lectures offered through both tracks, and all are welcome to attend whatever lectures you find most interesting and suitable to your unique career needs. You may attend the entirety of either track, or mix-and-match throughout the day!

We are continuing to build a unique, educational, and FUN technician workshop based off of YOUR feedback from the 2019 conference.  Please continue to check back for updates.

Hope to see you there!


Your 2020 Technician Workshop Program Chairs

 

Aspen Schreiner, a native to the Mid-West, grew up on a hay farm raising and training American Quarter Horses.  Her love for animals (big and small) eventually lead her to a career in veterinary medicine.  In 2012 Aspen moved to Jacksonville, Florida, where she graduated from Sanford Brown Institute with an AS in Veterinary Technology. While in school Aspen worked for Banfield Pet Hospitals, and after achieving CVT status in 2014, she began her career as an oncology technician at Southeast Veterinary Oncology and Internal Medicine (SEVO-Med).  In 2015, Aspen founded the Sisterhood of Cancer Knowledge (SOCK) nurse training rounds at SEVO-Med.  “My main career goal is to continually grow and develop my knowledge base and skill set.  I believe that through learning and growing as a technician, I can offer the highest quality care to my patients and their human family members.” Aspen lives with her fiancé (an ER veterinary technician), two year old daughter (aptly named Denver), two dogs, and two cats.  She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and can often be found exploring the Jacksonville Zoo and the Museum of Science and History.

Aspen Schreiner, CVT
Oncology Technician

 

Casey Mobley, is a proud, native Floridian, who grew up with a love and passion for caring for animals.  She attended Sanford Brown Institute where she graduated with an AS in Veterinary Technology in 2014, and achieved CVT status shortly thereafter. After a few years working in general practice, Casey joined the team at Southeast Veterinary Oncology and Internal Medicine (SEVO-Med) in 2015 as an oncology technician. In 2019 Casey spear-headed the clinic’s involvement in an osteosarcoma clinical trial.  Her compassion for her clients and their fur-children has sparked Casey’s interest in grief counseling and motivated her thirst for continual learning and growth as a technician.  Casey enjoys spending time at the beach, fishing, camping and boating with her family, her boyfriend Jacob, and her beloved beagle, Ninja.

Casey Mobley, CVT
Oncology Technician