Join ISFM for three days of stimulating and engaging online talks as we take an in-depth look at the path to diagnosis of the cat.
For the first time ISFM will be welcoming Professor Kenneth Simpson from Cornell University as our keynote speaker. As a renowned expert on infectious causes of pancreatic, liver and intestinal disease, he’ll share his world-leading research in a series of enlightening talks and panel discussions.
Joining him are over twenty international feline experts who will consider all angles, from imaging and clinical pathology to histology, for an in-depth look at the ‘ever-complex cat’.
New for 2021 are live panel sessions taking place every day over the virtual congress weekend, where you’ll have the opportunity to join the speakers as they grapple with the latest topics in feline medicine.
ISFM World Feline Congress is an opportunity to gain knowledge from leading feline experts, boost your career with clinical skills and CPD, connect with veterinary professionals from many different countries, and play your part in building a Cat Friendly World.
It’s a learning experience like no other!
Early Bird ISFM member: £70
Early Bird ISFM Non-member: £90
Calling upon his award-winning research and expertise as Chief of the Section of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Cornell University, Professor Kenneth Simpson (BVM&S, PhD) will be delivering inspiring talks on his specialisms over the congress weekend, including:
Kenneth will also be participating in our interactive Q&A panel sessions, allowing you to get closer to expert discussion on key feline topics.
|Day 1 Key Themes||Day 2 Key Themes||Day 3 Key Themes|
|The pancreas; endocrine/exocrine and the impact of obesity||Gastro-intestinal disease, therapeutics and clinical problem solving and Key Note speech||Liver disease, future horizons of gastro-intestinal research and renal disease|
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Research abstracts presenting novel information (or highly unusual case material) of relevance to feline clinical practice are invited for the virtual 2021 ISFM World Feline Congress.
Accepted abstracts will entitle the presenter to a complimentary place at the virtual congress and will be published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. All accepted abstracts/posters will also be considered for the Scientific Committee Best Abstract Award and Delegates’ Choice Best Poster Award.
The deadline for submissions is 31 March.