IVFSA 2015

Activity Details

$75.00
IVFSA 2015 - Part 3
2/1/2014
2/28/2020
Any time

Contact Information

352-265-0680, ext. 72047
352-265-9904
4800 SW 35th Drive
Gainesville , Florida 32608

Welcome to the IVFSA 2015 Conference Series, part 3!
This program is divided into 3 sections.

 

Part 1: Lectures by the following speakers, $75 (05:38:30)

  • Patricia Norris, DVM - Two Different Cases, One Cause of Death (36:24)
  • Ketaki Deshpande, MSFS - Major histocompatibility complex as additional markers in wildlife conservation (37:45)
  • Alison Howey, LLB (Hons) - Prosecution of Dangerous Dogs: England & Wales (38:54)
  • Dee Dee Hawk, MS - Wildlife Forensics, The Society for Wildlife Forensic Science and the International Wildlife Trade (52:07)
  • Lauren Martin, BS - A Methodological Comparison to Detect Horse Coat Color SNPs (28:58)
  • Joe Richichi, BS - Reptiles & Scientific Illustration (25:37)
  • Christina Lindquist, MS - Using Animal DNA to Strengthen Cruelty Investigations (36:16)
  • Jim Crosby, CBCC-KA - Police Use of Force - Veterinary Forensic Concerns (47:52)
  • Kristen M. Webb, PhD - Local mitochondrial DNA databases needed for populations that have experienced founder effect (34:37)

Part 2: Lectures by the following speakers, $75 (05:22:00)

  • Robert Reisman, DVM - Another Way of Looking at Non-accidental Injury in Animals: Who Is the Perpetrator (36:05)
  • Randall Lockwood, PhD - "The Link" in Court (23:07)
  • Chih-Chin Hsu, DVM - Study on postmortem changes of multiple organs in rats under different temperatures (44:16)
  • Nida Intarapanich, V'16 - Characterization and comparison of injuries caused by accidental and non-accidental blunt force trauma (21:06)
  • Laurel A. Neme, PhD - Animal Investigators (22:26)
  • Tabitha Viner, DVM DACVP - The Role of Lead in Avian Wind Turbine Fatalities (19:33)
  • Wei-Hsiang Huang, DVM - Veterinary Forensic Case Studies of Metropolis in Taiwan (41:26)
  • Erika Geraldo, DVM, Msc - Veterinary Lesionology (45:10)
  • Lisa Jorgensen, BS - The Nature of Poachers and Solutions to Wildlife Trafficking (25:16)
  • Ken Goddard, Lab Director, US Fish & Wildlife Forensics Lab (Keynote) - Wildlife Forensics, An Evolving Tool for Combating Wildlife Crime (43:35)

Part 3: Lectures by the following speakers, $75 (04:11:22)

  • Anita Zannin, MSFS - Estimating Blood Volume from Photographs (17:37)
  • Nancy Bradley, DVM, MNM - A Drowning Case (13:55)
  • Beverly McEwen, DVM, PhD - Ginger: Tale of a Tenacious Terrier (19:57)
  • Alexandra Brower, DVM, DACVP - Veterinary Forensic Pathology: Bridging the Training Gap (40:10)
  • Grant Miller, DVM - Body of Evidence: An Equine Forensic Case Investigation (33:11)
  • Nida Intarapanich, V'16 (with commentary and case discussion by Randall Lockwood, PhD, and Rachel Touroo, DVM) - Characterization and comparison of injuries caused by spontaneous vs. organized dogfighting (40:10)
  • DeEtta Mills, PhD - Illegal Slaughter of Horses in Miami - Dade and Broward Counties: Case Report (35:43)
  • Adam Leath, BS, GCVFS - The Do's and Don'ts of Investigating Animal Abuse (50:39)

Each section requires an additional purchase to gain access.

This entire series of videos will take you approximately 15 hours to complete. Upon completion, you must pass a quiz. After successfully passing the quiz, you will be able to return to QuickReg and print a certificate.