Animal & Veterinary
AVMA Members Participate in Interactive Aquaculture Lab at CVM
FDA Veterinarian Newsletter 2007 Volume XXII, No III
The aquaculture research staff at the Center for Veterinary Medicine’s Office of Research conducted a veterinary interactive lab July 17 for members of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), who were in nearby Washington, DC, attending the association’s annual convention. The lab was held at the CVM’s research facilities in Laurel, MD.
[PHOTO 1] Here, the AVMA members are touring the research facilities.
[PHOTO 2] A demonstration of fish anesthesia techniques during the veterinary interactive lab.
[PHOTO 3] CVM’s interactive lab showed the visiting veterinarians practical techniques used in aquatic animal medicine. Here, Dr. Renate Reimschuessel (right), director of aquatic animal research at CVM, demonstrates a necropsy exam to AVMA member Dr. Kathye Kerwan.
[PHOTO 4] AVMA members participating in the veterinary interactive lab at CVM’s aquaculture research facilities try out what they have learned about conducting a fish necropsy exam. Workshop faculty member Dr. Lester Khoo (right) is assisting Dr. Paul Gibbons.
Photographs courtesy of Craig Harms, D.V.M., Ph.D., Diplomate ACZM, North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine.