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Bioiberica’s Veterinary Traumatology Courses

21 Apr 2016
Companion Animal Health

Bioibérica’s Veterinary Division will hold a series of joint arthroscopy and musculoskeletal echography courses in Málaga, Valencia, and Barcelona

These courses will be taught by some of the best experts in veterinary traumatology and chondroprotection, will deal with arthroscopy, echography and cell therapy for joint problems. Some of the experts include Carlos Huelva, honorary professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), where, among other teaching activities, he collaborates with the master’s degree program in Traumatology and Orthopedics; Hernán Fominaya, director of the diagnostic imagine department of the Los Madrazo Veterinary Hospital, and associate professor of the Department of Medicine and Surgery of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of UCM; and Luis Mariñas, who won the 2009 “Young Researcher” prize awarded by the European Respiratory Society, and winner of the Biocampus program (representing Centauri) of the Genome Spain Foundation and FECYT.

These are selected courses designed for an audience of approximately 50 veterinarians. With this course, Bioiberica wants to reinforce its bid for  scientifically solid training on an ongoing basis.

The courses will last for one day, and will be held on the following dates:

  • Malaga 21 April
  • Valencia 19 May
  • Barcelona 8 June

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