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Feline Coronavirus and FIP Diagnosis and Prevention

In this webinar Dr. Diane D. Addie, former Senior Lecturer and Head of Diagnostic Virology at the University of Glasgow Veterinary School discusses how to diagnose and prevent FCoV/FIP, plus differences and similarities between COVID-19 and FCoV/FIP.

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Dr. Diane D. Addie

PhD, BVMS, MRCVS

Diane D. Addie is a veterinary virologist whose PhD and main focus of research is on feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Her dream is to eradicate feline coronavirus (FCoV) and therefore FIP. She is a former Senior Lecturer and Head of Diagnostic Virology at the University of Glasgow Veterinary School. She is a member of the European Advisory Board of Cat Disease (ABCD): although ABCD meetings are sponsored by Merial / Boehringer Ingelheim and Virbac, ABCD members receive no remuneration for their ABCD work and fiercely guard their independence of their sponsors. She currently practices online as a consultant in suspected FIP cases. Diane’s website—www.catvirus.com—is dedicated to making FIP, feline chronic gingivostomatitis, and other difficult to source information freely available to veterinarians and the public.

Dr. Albert Ahn

Biogal Medical Adviser

Dr. Ahn graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine with a DVM degree. Following an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center in New York City, he completed a small animal medicine residency at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine Foster Hospital for Small Animals.

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Who is it for?

The webinar is primarily aimed at veterinarians who are interested in Feline Coronavirus and FIP Diagnosis and Prevention. Dr. Addie covers everything, so even if you've never delved into this topic, you'll be able to quickly catch up.

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