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Gall Bladder Mucocele: Treatment Approaches and Expected Outcomes

May 28, 2015 6:30 PM

Gall Bladder Mucocele: Treatment Approaches and Expected Outcomes 

Presented by Dr. Anastacia Davis

6:30pm registration and refreshments, 7pm Presentation
 

Class material is designed for veterinarians, all members of the veterinary team are welcome to attend.  There is no charge to attend this class in the SVS conference room.  This CE will be submitted to the veterinary board of governors for 1 hour of CE credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

Dr. Anastacia Davis initially grew up in the air force traveling all over the country until she moved to the western part of Washington State at the age of 11. She attended the University of Washington from 2005-2009 where she graduated with a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Biology with an emphasis on Physiology. After graduating she spent a year working in private practice as well as spending 6 months at Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom Veterinary Hospital as an intern. Dr. Davis then attended Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with her DVM in 2014. Her primary interests are surgery, zoological medicine, and cardiology. Her plan is to specialize in small animal surgery with the potential to pursue further specialization in treating exotic species in the late future. 
Dr. Davis has a wide variety of interests including outdoor activities such as running, hiking, tennis. She is also a nerd at heart spending time playing video games, watching Disney movies, and playing with her family’s three dachshunds “Tucker”, “Merrilee” and “Tink.”

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