The AABP Edwin Robertson Beginning Embryo Transfer Seminar will be held August 13-15, 2018, at The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, Va. With support from the American Embryo Transfer Association, this three-day ET seminar for beginners will help you learn embryo transfer help you if you are struggling with the process and techniques. You will be taught the most up-to-date techniques by a staff with years of experience at your side.
Superovulated cows will be provided for each student to collect, and then search for, evaluate and freeze embryos on their own. Microscopes, freezers, and all ET equipment will be provided, but you are welcome to bring any equipment with you. All techniques will be discussed and demonstrated on donor cows before you begin your work on the practice cows. Superovulation, collection, freezing, transfer, estrus synchronization, donor scheduling, embryo morphology, and semen quality evaluations will all be discussed in detail. Transferring fresh and frozen IVF-derived embryos will also be discussed.
A highly qualified faculty of experts teaching the seminar include: Randall Hinshaw, DVM (Ashby Genetics); Sam Edwards, DVM (Harrogate Genetics International); Greg Schueller, DVM (Sunshine Genetics); Matt Iager, DVM (MD-West-View Genetics); Tony Hutchins, DVM (Farm Veterinary Services); and Bill Croushore, DVM (White Oak Veterinary Clinic). In addition, 24 CE credits will be available through AABP for this hands-on seminar.
Registration opens April 1. Register here for the ET seminar by July 27, 2018.
For those flying into Roanoke, Va., efforts will be made to provide transportation if needed. A rate of $108 per night at the Hilton Garden Inn Blacksburg (walking distance to the seminar) has been secured. Call 540-552-5005 with “AABP” code or click here to make a reservation by July 28, 2018 to get this reduced rate.
Contact Dr. Randall Hinshaw at 540-246-2697 or e-mail email@example.com, for more information.