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2008 MVMA 116th Annual Convention

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Linda Van den Berghe, executive staff assistant for the College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Student and Alumni Affairs, greets Mike Gruendler, Schering-Plough territory manager, during the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention Trade Show, held Jan. 25-27 in Branson.
CVM Associate Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs and Development Director Dr. Ron Cott (left) makes a canine friend as he chats with exhibitors at the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention.
Novartis was among the several dozen exhibitors who offered Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention attendees information about their services and products.
Mary Westrich of Desoto offered information on how to give effective and enjoyable presentations about animals to children.
The Veterinary Business Management Association sponsored a speed networking event that brought together MU CVM students with practicing veterinarians at the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention.
Dr. Gregory Hammer( left), AVMA president, is pictured with newly elected Missouri Veterinary Medical Association officers (from left) President Dr. Steve M. Strubberg, President-elect Dr. Scott A. Fray, Vice President Dr. Bruce P. Whittle, Secretary/treasurer Dr. Shelia L. Taylor and Chairman of the Board Dr. Michael Pfander.
Dr. George F. Fischer of Amity, Mo., and his wife, Doris, received the Missouri Veterinary Medical Foundation Distinguished Service Award.
Dr. Gregory Hammer, AVMA president, served as the keynote speaker during the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Awards Banquet.
Following the Awards Banquet, Missouri Veterinary Medical Association convention attendees enjoyed games and dancing.
MU CVM students take a break from their studies to enjoy a game of foosball at the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention Awards Banquet After-party.
MU CVM student Kacie Ulhorn plays a game during the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention Awards Banquet After-party.
The darts boards were a popular place for veterinary students and practitioners to relax during the MVMA Convention Awards Banquet After Party.
The MVMA Convention Trade Show provided the CVM Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital faculty and staff an opportunity to answer questions about the services offered at the hospital.

The College of Veterinary Medicine hosted an alumni breakfast on the final day of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention. CVM Department heads offered attendees updates on their programs. Pictured (from left) are: Director of the Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory Director Dr. Alex Bermudez, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. John Dodam, Dean Dr. Neil Olson, Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital Acting Director Dr. David A. Wilson, Associate Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs and Development Director Dr. Ron Cott, and Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery Acting Chairman Dr. R.S. Youngquist.

 

Dean Dr. Neil Olson addresses the attendees during the CVM alumni breakfast on the final morning of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association Convention.

 

 

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