Dr. Ford Bell to Address Veterinarians at 2013 ACVIM Forum

Dr. Ford Bell to Address Veterinarians at 2013 ACVIM Forum

Dr. Ford Bell

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Ford W. Bell, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (Oncology), will deliver the keynote address, “From Prostate Cancer to Museums: A Veterinary Journey," on June 14 at the 2013 American Colleve of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum, taking place today through June 15 in Seattle, Wash.

Bell is president and CEO of the American Association of Museums, and is a board-certified veterinary oncologist. He has more than 30 years of experience as a nonprofit executive, board chair, donor, trustee, and educator.

The 2013 ACVIM Forum will feature expert presentations for more than 3,000 veterinarians on all aspects of veterinary internal medicine. Veterinarians, veterinary specialists, technicians, and students from around the world gather to gain insights on key research, attend in-depth presentations on cutting edge diagnosis topics, and discuss current issues with leading experts.

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the ACVIM Forum will provide the most current information and research available on the five ACVIM specialties, including cardiology, oncology, neurology, small animal internal medicine, and large animal internal medicine. Sessions will include:

  • June 12Specialty symposium (pre-forum) for ACVIM diplomates and candidates focused on issues relevant to each of the ACVIM’s five specialties
  • June 13-15Scientific sessions with research focus lectures, comprehensive review lectures, post-graduate courses, and clinical workshops
  • June 13-15Interactive sessions including case discussions, workshops, and special interest groups
  • June 13-15Technician program

Susan White, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM (Large Animal Internal Medicine) and 2013 ACVIM Forum program chairperson says, “The ACVIM Forum is the veterinary profession’s premier internal medicine continuing education event, attracting the best and brightest in the veterinary industry. More than 3,000 veterinarians and technicians from 45+ countriesincluding the world’s leading practitioners and educatorsensure the opportunity for a healthy exchange of information.”

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