The 27th International Ornithological Congress will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia this August. Dr Echols will present on the Grey Parrot Anatomy Project and present his film ‘The Guacamayeros: Gatekeepers to Tambopata’s Macaws’. For more information, go to the IOC website.
As chair of exotic animal medicine and lecturer, Dr Echols will be in attendance at the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) Expo in January, 2019. NAVC is the largest veterinary conference in North America. For more details, go to the NAVC website.
Because of the development of BriteVu and Dr Echols’ work with a large variety of research projects that have included humans, he will be working with military researchers at the Military Health System Research Symposium in Orlando, Florida this August. For more details, go to the MHSRS website.
ExoticsCon has become the largest conference in North America centered specifically on the veterinary care of exotic animal species. Dr Echols has been involved with ExoticsCon since its inception and will continue to do so as a lab instructor and lecturer. To find out more, go to the ExoticsCon website.
Dr Echols will host the Vet Clinic Live section of the 2018 AVMA conference. This 3 day (July 14-16) special section will be held in the convention hall and will showcase new imaging technologies such as digital radiography, CT imaging, virtual reality, augmented reality and the engineering tools and steps that will make it all come alive. To find out more, go to the AVMA’s conference website and look for the ‘Vet Clinic Live information. Better yet, join us at the conference!