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President's Message

As I begin my term as IVMA President, I would like to first and foremost, congratulate and thank Dr. Fales-Williams for being our president this past year. You persevered through an unprecedented pandemic situation and took on an additional leadership role at the College of Vet Med while you continued to do an outstanding job as president of the IVMA. So, congratulations on a job well done! I am both humbled and honored to become your next president. The IVMA has always been close to my heart throughout my career. All the way back from the beginning when I asked Dr. Joe Seng if I could serve on the PR committee and he agreed. That was the beginning of the long road with the IVMA to now becoming your president. Along that way I've had the privilege of meeting and working with so many great people, most of which I have had a long and enduring friendship with.  More...

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Bovine Preconditioning Research Proposals - Deadline 10/30/20
The Iowa Veterinary Medical Association announces the availability of grant(s) supporting clinical research in beef cattle. Proposals should be aimed at providing practical solutions veterinarians can utilize in beef production environments. Funding for this support is provided by the IVMA Bovine Committee from proceeds of the Iowa Green/Gold Tag Preconditioning Program. The IVMA is encouraging proposals from private practitioners and collaborative research projects between University faculty and private practitioners. Proposals must be received by IVMA office by Close of Business October 30, 2020.  Click Here for the Guidelines for the IVMA Bovine Research Proposals.
IDALS FAD Training Program - 2nd offering
The focus of IowaFADefense is to increase the state’s ability to rapidly detect, respond to, and contain foreign animal diseases. This is a second offering of the same program from last spring and based on feedback, webinars are now being offered over the course of several weeks instead of all during the same week. The program is entirely online and taught through a combination of webinars, interactive activities/modules, and video demonstrations. Veterinarians completing the entire program will earn 19 hours of continuing education credits. See the IowaFADefense flyer for more details. While to assist IDALS during a foreign animal disease investigation or outbreak a veterinarian will need to have their USDA category 2 accreditation this program is open to all veterinarians in Iowa! Click here to register.


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