Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) is a disease caused by a parasite that affects the central nervous system of a horse. Alisha Gruntman, DVM, DACVIM, PhD Candidate, and Clinical Assistant Professor will discuss the prognosis of EPM once it has been diagnosed.
When: February 3, 2016
Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Where: Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine – Agnes Varis Lecture Hall
Registration is just $20; only $5 for current 4-H, FFA, and Pony Club members!
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There is no fee for Cummings School students, faculty or staff to attend. Pre-registration is not required for members of the Tufts community, simply check in that evening with your Tufts ID.
Cummings School faculty provide the latest in surgical and medical education (CE) to the veterinary professionals and staff throughout New England. Leaders in research and teaching, they provide seminars, lectures, hands on labs, and online learning experiences that improve the care and treatment of all species.