In order to help students to better master the basic knowledge of oncology, a representative group of three graduate students and two undergraduates of our college attended the Canine and Feline Oncology & Case Consultation course organized by IAVM International Veterinary College from April 16th to April 19th.
The course lasted for 4 days and involved basic knowledge of oncology such as tumor biology and pathology, cytological diagnosis, characteristics of chemotherapy drugs and their application principles, and focused on the diagnosis and treatment of the common tumor diseases, such as canine/feline lymphoma, mastocytoma, breast tumors, angiosarcoma, and skills of communication with the owners of animals with tumor diseases.
Our students attended the Neurology and Neurosurgery course organized by IAVM International Veterinary College
In order to help the students to learn the advanced basic theoretical knowledge of the neural system in the world, College of Veterinary Medicine recommended two graduate students to attend the Neurology and Neurosurgery course offered by the International Veterinary College of IAVM from April 23 to April 26, and the students successfully completed the course.
The four-day course included teaching and practice in such field as basic neurological theory and wet neurosurgery and hemilaminectomy, helping the students to uncover the secret of neurology, to learn differential diagnosis of neurological diseases, to acquire knowledge of long-term management of epilepsy, IVDD and other diseases, and to master the skill of the most commonly used neurosurgery.
The participation in this course not only broadened the students’ academic horizons, but also offered them the opportunity to diagnose and apply theoretical knowledge of neurology and neurosurgery to clinical practice appropriately and confidently.