Date(s) - 30 Nov 2023
7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Comparative Medicine Symposium at ASU Skysong
30th November, 2023 at ASU Skysong
1475 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
7:30am-5pm: General Sessions | 5pm-6:30pm Reception
Overview: The excessive translational failure rates of pre-clinical laboratory animal model studies calls for alternative approaches which can better inform on the development of biomedical innovations. Compared to laboratory animals, companion dogs are a phenotypically diverse population which naturally develop neoplastic, cardiovascular, infectious, metabolic, neurological, orthopedic, and autoimmune diseases with similarity to humans. This symposium focuses on the increasingly important role of dogs and veterinary clinical studies in the development of drugs, biologics, diagnosticsand devices with parallel applications for human and veterinary medicine.
Scheduled Speakers & Moderators*
Emily Bray PhD; Arizona Canine Cognition Center, UA
Valerie Harris PhD; Knowledge Enterprise Core Facilities, ASU
Evan MacLean PhD; Arizona Canine Cognition Center, UA
Matthew Miller DVM, MS, DACVIM; Black Mountain Veterinary Cardiology
George Poste DVM, PhD; The Institute for Future Health, ASU
Noah Snyder-Mackler PhD; Center for Evolution and Medicine, ASU
Rachel Venable DVM, MS, DACVIM; Pet Cancer Care Consulting
Craig Woods DVM, MS, MBA; The Institute for Future Health, ASU
Hayley Yaglom-Hemmelgam MS, MPH; TGen North
*Speaker profiles coming soon, additional speakers will be updated.
This is a free in-person event for academic researchers, healthcare professionals, veterinarians, students, industry professionals and others focused on translational research and development of biomedical products. Breakfast and lunch provided with hors d’oeuvres and refreshments during evening reception. Free parking.