|Stem Cell Therapy in Dogs, General Principles in Surgical Oncology and Common Skin Tumours
Venue : YMCA, 41 Salisbury Road Tsim Sha Tsui
Time : 7:00pm - 10:30pm
Speaker : Dr Tania Banks and Dr Ben Clarke
- Members : $350
- Non-Members : $450
- Paid on that night
- Members : $600
- Non-Members : $600
Organizer : The Hong Kong Veterinary Association Ltd.
A yet another quality CPD event for the profession by your association. Drs Tania Banks and Ben Clarke will be presenting :
|7:00pm-8:00pm||: ||Registration & Buffet Dinner|
|8:00pm-8:50pm||: ||Principles of surgical oncology (TB)|
|9:00pm-9:20pm||: ||Stem cell therapy in dogs (TB)|
|9:40pm-10:25pm||: ||Cutaneous lumps and bumps- investigation and staging (BC)|
Early bird online registration and payment on or before 11:30 pm of 15th July 2012.
$350 (Members of HKVA and its affiliated associations), $450 (Others)
Registration and payment at the venue : $600 for allPlease register for congress online at the HKVA Website www.hkva.org
For enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there : Tint Naing & Ruan Bester : CPD Coordinators
Dr Tania Banks BVSc FACVSc (Small Animal Surgery)
Tania graduated from The University of Queensland in 1997, and then spent 18 months in small animal practice in Brisbane. An internship in small animal medicine at The University of Queensland was then followed by a residency in small animal surgery at The University of Queensland and at Veterinary Specialist Services (VSS) Underwood. Tania then spent three years in England at Veterinary Referrals in Cancer and Critical Care (VRCC) and co-authored a textbook with the director of VRCC (Susan North) titled "Small Animal Oncology: An Introduction", published in 2009. Tania was awarded a Fellowship in Small Animal Surgery (by examination) in 2005 and from 2006-2009 practiced as a specialist surgeon at Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre (BVSC) Albany Creek. Since 2010, Tania has been employed as a lecturer and consultant surgeon at The University of Queensland. Tania is also undertaking a PhD at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), involving adult stem cells for articular cartilage tissue engineering.
Clinical Interests : All aspects of small animal surgery with a particular interest in soft tissue surgery and oncology surgery
Research Interests : Clinical indications for stem cell therapies with particular attention to stem cells and their indications for the management of osteoarthritis.
Dr Ben Clarke BSc Hons BVSc MANZCVSc (Small Animal Surgery)
Ben graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Science in 1996, Honours degree in Parasitology in 1997, and Bachelor of Veterinary Science in 2001. Following graduation he worked in Mid-Canterbury New Zealand, in dairy practice for 2 years, before moving to the United Kingdom to work in a range of mixed and small animal practices. In 2004 he began work as a surgical resident in soft tissue and oncologic surgery at Dick White Referrals in Newmarket UK, followed by a period of 2 months working as a volunteer in the Cook Islands. In 2008 he commenced a European College of Veterinary Surgeons residency training program at Veterinary Referrals Cancer and Critical Care (VRCC) UK, gaining a wide experience in all aspects of cancer care and management. Ben completed his training in the United Kingdom and joined the team at North Coast Veterinary Specialists in March 2011, and became a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons in Small Animal Surgery by examination in 2011. Ben enjoys all aspects of small animal surgery, but has a particular interest in soft tissue surgery and cancer management.