*UPDATE: In-person tickets are currently unavailable through our website. Please email us for availability. Virtual tickets via zoom are still available.
This meeting will be held in person (circumstances permitting) but also available to stream online via Zoom. Anyone who would prefer to attend online is welcome to do so. For those who do attend, this meeting will look a little different:
In-person attendance may need to be limited, and we will update you along the way. Masks will be required during attendance, and social distancing enforced. As far as food/drink goes, we may be able to offer canned/bottled drinks, and members will be encouraged to bring their own drinks, as well. Food options will be limited to prepackaged items or ones that can be served in a safe manner. We will not be ordering extra food as usual, so we will need to know at registration whether you plan to attend online or in person.
The meetings will be recorded and uploaded to the MVMA portal to be available to the GSLVMA membership for a short period of time (based on contract with each speaker). Further instructions on how to access/get credit for attending will be coming later.
Dr. Bryden J. Stanley is Associate Professor and Head of Surgery in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 1982 from Murdoch University, Australia. Following a short stint in private practice, she completed an internship at Murdoch and a surgical registrarship at the University of Sydney. From 1987 to 1990, Bryden completed an ACVS surgery residency and master’s degree at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dr. Stanley’s first faculty appointment was at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland but she has been at Michigan State University since 1999. Stanley’s clinical interests are in all aspects of soft tissue surgery, particularly upper respiratory, wound management and cutaneous reconstructive techniques. Stanley runs two research labs – in upper respiratory diseases and wound healing – for which she runs numerous studies and clinical trials. Her current upper respiratory studies are laryngeal paralysis polyneuropathy in Labradors and Newfoundlands, Norwich terrier upper airway syndrome and the brachycephalic upper airway. Her current wound healing studies are in incisional negative pressure wound therapy, amniotic membranes and honey-based products. She publishes frequently, has received many teaching awards and lectures widely at a national and international level.