Diagnostic Hematology and Cytology for Technicians

 Thursday, October 18th

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This workshop is included in the registration fee and open to all technicians.

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Synopsis of the Workshop:

Microscopy, including both cytology and hematology, is among one of the most common diagnostics in primary and specialty care veterinary hospitals. The veterinary technician can play a significant and important role in diagnostic microscopy, including sample collection, sample preparation and quality assurance, and sample analysis. This session will focus on techniques to maximize the diagnostic value of a sample and provide instruction on the microscopic interpretation through the use of representative case examples.  Samples will include peripheral blood films and cytology preparations and instruction will be provided by a board-certified veterinary clinical pathologist.

 

 

 

Dr. Davis Seelig

Dr. Davis Seelig

Presenters:
Dr. Davis Seelig is a board-certified veterinary clinical pathologist at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. He earned his DVM degree from Tufts University in 2003 and completed his Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residences and PhD at Colorado State University. At the University of Minnesota, in addition to his clinical pathology service and teaching, he runs a diagnostic flow cytometry laboratory and conducts research into the bystander effects of radiation on the brain, lungs, and cardiovascular system.

 

 

Dr. Daniel Heinrich

Dr. Daniel Heinrich is a board-certified veterinary clinical pathologist at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. He earned his DVM degree from the University of Wisconsin in 2010 and completed a Rotating Medicine and Surgery internship at the VCA Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. After 2 years of private practice, he completed a clinical pathology residency at the University of Minnesota in 2016. In addition to his clinical pathology service, he is engaged in teaching, laboratory management, and collaborative research.