Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association Inc.

Continuing Education

November 11, 2014

Literature Pearls: Clinically Relevant and Helpful Articles for the Practitioner

Sponsored by:

Caeley Melmed, DVM, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)

Dr. Melmed grew up in Dallas and later attended Texas A&M University for both undergraduate and veterinary school degrees. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Thereafter, she attended The Ohio State University for an Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery.

Dr. Melmed then returned to Texas A&M University to pursue a residency in Internal Medicine. Following completion of her residency in 2004, she returned to Dallas and has practiced Internal Medicine in the D/FW area since that time. Dr. Melmed's particular interests include hematology, immune mediated disease, renal disease, hepatic disease, as well as critical internal medicine cases.

Next CE Meeting

The Young, The Old and The Restless: A Team Approach to Your Patients' Eye Problems- Come spend an evening talking about ophthalmic diseases we all face and what developments are on the horizon

Presented by:
Chris Nettune, DVM, Resident in Ophthalmology (The Young) and Bob Munger DVM, DACVO (The Old) and You (The Restless)

Sponsored by:
Animal Ophthalmology Clinic

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CE Location

The Alfred William Harris Faculty-Alumni Center
(AW Faculty Alumni Club)
5323 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75390

Member DVM: Free
Non-member DVM: $60
Non-DVM's: $25

A light dinner buffet is served at 7pm