2023 AAVA Conference

February 7, 2023 in News

Thank you to all who attended. Conference Reports When July 20-23, 2023. Starts with a welcome reception on Thursday evening/night and ends around 1 PM on Sunday. Download the 2023 AAVA Conference Schedule (PDF). Where Conner Ballroom, Billingsly Student CenterMissouri Southern State University3950 E Newman Road, Joplin, MO 64801 Registration Details All attendees, including presenters,… [ Read More ]

2019 AAVA Meeting Follow-up

August 7, 2019 in News

The 2019 AAVA Biennial Meeting in Banff, Alberta was superbly hosted by our members and their support people from the University of Calgary. Attendance was great with both members and non-members hailing from around the globe.  It was wonderful to meet new colleagues, reconnect with members and hear the interesting work that they and their… [ Read More ]

2017 AAVA Meeting Follow-up

July 13, 2017 in News

The 2017 AAVA meeting in Auburn, Alabama (June 29-July 1) was wonderful! The meeting began with a well-attended embalming demonstration on Thursday, it’s amazing all the little tips one can learn when you are watching it in real-time. Friday offered a wide array of interesting research topics. That day’s presentations ended with the story of… [ Read More ]

2015 AAVA Meeting Follow-up

October 27, 2015 in News

The 2015 AAVA meeting in Pullman (July 17-19) was a great success. The weather was outstanding, there were enjoyable pre- and post-meeting excursions to locations around the Palouse, and plenty of good discussion about anatomical research and teaching during the meeting (link to conference proceedings). The Outstanding Veterinary Anatomist Award was presented to Dr. Baljit… [ Read More ]

2015 AAVA Meeting

February 4, 2015 in News

The 2015 AAVA meeting is fast approaching. It will be held July 17-19 at Washington State University in Pullman, WA. The meeting will consist of oral and poster presentations as well as round-table discussions focused on research and teaching of veterinary anatomy. More information about registration and program details coming soon! If you have general… [ Read More ]

2012 AAVMC Veterinary Educator Collaborative Symposium

August 9, 2012 in News

In late July, several AAVA members attended the 2012 AAVMC Veterinary Educator Collaborative Symposium at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. This year’s symposium theme was titled From Novices to Experts: Supporting Students’ Development of Professional Skills. Each day’s concurrent tracks featured nationally and internationally renowned veterinary educators describing their work in the classroom and… [ Read More ]

2011 AAVA Annual Meeting Follow-Up

September 16, 2011 in News

The anatomy faculty at the University of Cornell hosted the 2011 AAVA meeting. The meeting was a great success both academically and socially. Attendees enjoyed visiting with fellow anatomists as well as sharing in research and educational achievements. A brief summary of the meeting follows: On the afternoon of Saturday, August 6, a number of attendees convened at the Cornell… [ Read More ]

2009 AAVA Annual Meeting Follow-Up

July 28, 2009 in News

Dear Colleagues, I want to thank all who attended the AAVA meeting in Corvallis last week. It was a pleasure to host such a great group of anatomists. I would like to thank the OSU anatomy group for their help and support with the organization and hosting of this meeting. Special thanks go to Kathy… [ Read More ]

2008 AAVA Annual Meeting Follow-Up

September 1, 2008 in News

The 2008 AAVA Annual Meeting was held July 22-24, 2008 at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences hosted the meeting, which was organized by Louise Abbott. Approximately 42 faculty and students attended all or part of the meeting and 16… [ Read More ]

2007 AAVA Annual Meeting Follow-Up

August 7, 2007 in News

The 2007 AAVA Annual Meeting was held on August 10 and 11 at the University of Prince Edward Island. The hosts were Susan Dawson, Balaji Ramanathan and David Sims. Attendance varied between 10 and 15; representatives of 6 veterinary colleges attended, and were joined for the business meeting by colleagues at Kansas State (Judy Klimek)… [ Read More ]