Equine/Large Animal

Minimally Invasive Diagnostics and Treatments of Equine Sinus Disease
Seminar: Updates on Equine Head and Sinus

Saturday, October 14
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Location: Grand Ballroom 2, Level 3

James Carmalt, MA, VetMB, MVetSc, PhD, FRCVS, DABVP(Eq), DAVDC(Eq), DACVSMR, DACVS-LA

Professor of Equine Surgery
Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan

James Carmalt MA, VetMB,MVetSc, FRCVS, DABVP(Eq), DAVDC(Eq), DACVSMR, DACVS-LA; Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

After graduating from the University of Cambridge in 1998, Dr. Carmalt did an internship in Large Animal Medicine at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), University of Saskatchewan. After working in general mixed practice (Tasmania, Australia) he returned for two back-to-back residencies in equine practice and large animal surgery. Dr. Carmalt then spent one year in Australia at an equine specialty practice focused on Thoroughbred broodmare and foal surgery. He returned to Canada in 2007 and joined the WCVM's Department of Large Animal Sciences where he is the director of the ACVS large animal surgery residency program. Dr. Carmalt travels extensively to work in private practices and academic institutions internationally. He has authored more than 70 peer-reviewed publications and has presented his research findings at more than two dozen international conferences. His main areas of research are equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID or Cushing's disease), the focus of his ongoing PhD; equine dentistry (temporomandibular joint disease or TMJ) and evidence-based medicine.

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