FORT COLLINS –The Translational Medicine Institute at Colorado State University is partnering with Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to host the Veterinary Innovation Summit, which aims to provide attendees with a look at the future of veterinary medicine.
Launched at Texas A&M in 2017, this year’s summit on Sept. 27-29 is designed for veterinarians, innovators, entrepreneurs, clinicians and visionaries.
Aaron Massecar, assistant director for continuing education at the Translational Medicine Institute, said the summit will cover new advances in medicine, including outside-of-the-box ideas as well as business model development in veterinary medicine.
Experts will also share the latest on advances in education, artificial intelligence and telemedicine.
Prior to joining CSU, Massecar was an adjunct faculty member at Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine, where he helped to establish the office of Veterinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship and launch the first Veterinary Innovation Summit.
CSU’s Dr. Mark Stetter, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Eleanor Green, dean of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, will provide opening remarks on Saturday, Sept. 28.
Alan Rudolph, VP for research at CSU, and Dr. Wayne McIlwraith, a University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at CSU and founder of the Orthopedic Research Center, will also deliver brief talks on translational medicine.
Translational medicine refers to procedures or medications that work for animals, which can be applied to human health and vice versa.
For registration and other information, visit : tmi.colostate.edu/events
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