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Welcome at the 28th Annual Congress of the European Society and College of Veterinary Dermatology which will be held in collaboration with the International Society of Veterinary Dermatology, from 24 – 26 September 2015 in Krakow, Poland.
ESVD - ECVD 2015, 28th Annual Congress of the European Society and College of Veterinary Dermatology is starting on 24 September, 2015 and ending on 26 September, 2015.
The venue of the Congress has been elected as ICE Congress Centre.
ESVD - ECVD 2015, 28th Annual Congress of the European Society and College of Veterinary Dermatology is regarded as one of the considerable event on Medical, Skin, Health Care, Veterinary, Education, Animal Diseases and Animal Care categories.
28th Annual Congress of the European Society and College of Veterinary Dermatology is organized annually.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
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Over 36.000 m² of conference space, an Auditorium ready to host 2000 people, a spacious and multifunctional foyer adapted for activities such as hosting of exhibitions and sponsor and exhibition stands; additionally, the building’s excellent location in the centre of Krakow – these are only some of the assets of the multifunctional ICE Congress Centre in Krakow.
The centre is a modern world class building, meeting the requirements of international congress organisations, as well as the highest acoustic and stage mechanics standards. The building has been designed in such a way as to host various types of congresses, conferences, concerts, theatrical shows, exhibitions and other prestigious cultural and social events. The high standard of the building will place it among the most desired and exclusive congress centres in Europe.
In keeping with previous ESVD-ECVD congresses, the Scientific ProgramCommittee has organized two separate lecture tracks with an additional third track for free communications and poster presentations. We have been able to attract excellent speakers in medical and veterinary dermatology from around the world. The Continuing Education Programme features: the approaches to various clinical situations including pruritic and crusting dermatoses, the diagnosis and treatment of allergic disorders, infectious skin diseases - including an update on dermatophyte diagnostics, the diagnosis and treatment of caninealopecias, feline and equine dermatology and the diagnosis and treatment ofimmune-mediated skin diseases. There is also the traditional clinical-pathology correlation session. The Advanced Programme continues our commitment to relevant but high level science, this year exploring the skin microbiome, the immune response to bacterialinfections and multi resistant staphylococci and also allergen-based diagnosis and allergen-specific immunotherapy in both human and veterinary medicine. One day is organized by the International Society of Veterinary Dermatopathology (the planned format is similar to what was so successful in Brussels) and will include discussion of mystery slides as well as a keynote talk with excellent visual and practical tips regarding the histological diagnosis of the important dermatologicmycoses. Finally, we have many free communications and posters to showcase the very latest and very best findings in clinical and scientific dermatology.
Submission of abstracts
The Scientific Organising Committee for the 28th ESVD-ECVD Congress is pleased to announce the call for abstracts. The congress will be held in the ICE Krakow Congress Centre from 24 - 26 September 2015. Abstracts on any aspect of veterinary dermatology are welcome.
ICF is an Italian Company which is located in the province of Cremona. ICF has been in the market of veterinarian products for more than 25 years and has started making a name for itself introducing the micro encapsulation technique in the formulation of insecticide. This innovative technique combines an efficacy prolonged in time together with the opportunity to reduce concentration of the active principles. This means a very low impact for the environment! Continuous evolution of knowledge, research, constant clinical experimentation combined with experience and high quality production, has allowed us to develop a wide range of products, particularly focused on supporting dermatological therapy. Our mission is to follow not aggressive approaches that don’t foresee the usage of antibiotic like first choice therapy! This idea, combined with introduction on the market of products with very high quality standard, has brought ICF to achieve an excellent position in the field of care and welfare of pet as well in Italy as in Europe!
Royal Canin is known for its original approach to dietary management. Today, our Anallergenic diet, composed of feather protein, offers the highest level of hydrolyzation: 95% below 1,000 Daltons and the remaining 5% below 6,000 Daltons. It is also the first diet for which “DNA testing” (PCR) is used to assess non-contamination. Anallergenic is commonly used for the diagnosis and management of “food induced atopic dermatitis” in dogs.
Royal Canin is a long-term partner of ESVD and is committed to encouraging young vets to specialise in dermatology. Every year, free registrations are offered thanks to Royal Canin, on a first arrived first served basis, with quotas per country. The “happy winners” of these free registrations are also invited to a dinner on the Saturday evening at the end of the congress, where they can meet with more experienced specialists and share their passion for dermatology.