European Society of Veterinary Dermatology (ESVD)
1984-09 Hamburg Germany FR
Sep 1984, Hamburg (Germany FR), when 1st meeting was held as part of 9th World Congress of the B-XC3580 - World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA). Registered UK Charity.
Further scientific progress in veterinary and comparative dermatology; coordinate research in veterinary dermatology; provide an exclusive organization for dedicated individuals who devote a significant portion of their professional activity to research, teaching, or the practice of dermatology in animals; further dermatological education by encouraging adequate dermatological training in veterinary colleges and providing, by means of meetings, seminars and courses, the opportunity for graduate veterinarians to carry on advanced studies in dermatology; encourage and promote improved methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin diseases in animals; provide for the exchange of information on comparative dermatology through affiliation with human dermatology organizations.
Events2024-07-09 | Boston, MA USA – World Congress
2020-10-20 | Sydney, Australia – World Congress
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Executive Board, comprising President, Past-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Publications and ESVD Grants Secretary and Further Education and Meetings Secretary.
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