MYOS Presents: FREE Veterinary CE Course - October Dates Available
Small Animal Sarcopenia: A Neglected Syndrome of Importance to Cats and Dogs
The course, Small Animal Sarcopenia: A Neglected Syndrome of Importance to Cats and Dogs is accredited by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) for inclusion in their Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) programs.
Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians will receive credit for 1.00 hours of CE upon successful completion of this course.
The course will be offered on September 3-4, 2020. There is no fee to register. The lecture will be delivered via the Zoom Platform. To register, go to the links below:
- Muscle Health & Longevity – Discussion of Key Veterinary and Human Clinical Trials.
- Diagnosis of Canine Sarcopenia – Muscle Condition Score, CT Imaging, 6 Minute Walk Test
- Clinical Studies in Dogs and Cats – Muscle Mass Changes over Lifespan
- Frailty Related Phenotype
- Impact of Muscle Mass on Chronic Heart Failure Survival in Dogs
- Impact of Muscle Mass on Chronic Kidney Disease Survival in Cats
- Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials to Address Muscle Wasting in Dogs and Cats
- Nutrition Clinical Trials to Address Muscle Wasting in Dogs and Cats
Neerav D. Padliya, Ph.D.
Prior to joining MYOS, Dr. Padliya was a Sr. Applications Scientist at SCIEX/Danaher where he worked closely with Scientists in the Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and CRO sectors to solve challenging problems related to protein characterization and systems biology. At Celgene/Bristol-Myers Squibb, Dr. Padliya established a state-of-the art Proteomics Laboratory and contributed to the issue of 6 U.S. and European Patents in cellular therapeutics. Dr. Padliya graduated with a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the State University of New York at Buffalo and has co-authored 7 peer reviewed publications. He completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland.