Upcoming events in veterinary anatomy
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Recent events in veterinary anatomy
Young generation of veterinary anatomists
The Ninth Meeting of the Young Generation of Veterinary Anatomists (YGVA) was held in Brno, the Czech Republic, from July 12 - July 14, 2017.
YGVA congresses are open to young researchers interested in the field of morphology. Traditionally, the main focus of the YGVA is to promote the latest developments in research and teaching in the field of veterinary morphology. The meeting in Brno focussed in particular on practical training, with a broad spectrum of workshops.
Full details of the meeting are available on the webpages of the YGVA.
American Association of Veterinary Anatomists (AAVA)
The latest meeting of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists (AAVA) was held from June 29–July 1, 2017, at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A.
The next main meeting of the association will be held in 2019..
The 1st International Veterinary Anatomy Congress of Turkey and the 10th National Veterinary Anatomy Congress
This congress of the Veterinary Anatomy Association of Turkey was held at Afyon/Sandıklı, Turkey, from the 13-16th of September 2017
Full details of the meeting are available at the following website:
Job announcements in veterinary anatomy
Anatomy position at Ross University, St. Kitts
The Department of Biomedical Sciences at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, St.Kitts, invites applicants for a full-time faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor. A candidate is required to be an experienced anatomist with a passion for teaching to lead further development of an anatomy program in comparative vertebrate and gross anatomy.
You will find full details of the position here.
Position for veterinary medical illustrator
The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) is seeking a veterinary anatomist who is also a certified medical illustrator for an atlas project on swine anatomy in English. Ideally, such a person would be affiliated with a university for the use of facilities in swine necropsy and would speak and write in English.
For further details, please contact
Nicole Duffee, DVM, PhD,
Director, Education & Scientific Affairs
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
If your institution has or intends to announce a vacant position, please contact the Secretary-General.