Registration and abstract submissions are now open! Please join us in beautiful Vancouver, BC October 14-16, 2024 for the 8th ISCAID Symposium.
Take the time to network with colleagues at the Vancouver Aquarium for a Welcome dinner, the exhibit hall, and evening poster reception.
Stay tuned for more information on lodging. Find out more about research abstract submission here.
Highlights of the program include updates on the ISCAID canine pyoderma and UTI guidelines, developments in the treatment of FIP, new data on antimicrobial use and resistance in companion animals as well as a ‘How I’ series including feline aspergillosis, feline leukemia and canine acute diarrhea.
Each day will offer a mix of cutting-edge infectious disease CE, panel discussions, and research abstracts. In addition to a clinician-focused track and scientific track on Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ve added an Antimicrobial Stewardship program Monday morning to run concurrently with the scientific program. Early registration ends June 30th, so make sure to register soon for the best value!
This is a full registration that provides access to all scientific sessions including the Clinician’s program and Antimicrobial Stewardship.
For non-ISCAID members, the system will ask you to create a my.ISCAID.org username before registering. Please allow 24 hours for this username to be approved. After approval, you can return to the site to complete registration.
Join us for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program where you will hear from researchers about the developments in the world of antimicrobial use surveillance, resistance and stewardship practices. These sessions are planned for individuals that are seeking advanced training in best practices for antimicrobial stewardship.
Please note, this limited registration is limited to the Antimicrobial Forum Program which will be held on Monday, October 14.
Join us for the Clinician’s Program where you will hear from leading clinician scientists about the cutting edge of companion animal infectious disease. These sessions are planned with the practitioner in mind and will deliver practical and focused information about testing, treatment and outcomes for animals with infectious disease.
Please note, this limited registration is limited to the Clinician’s Program which will be held on Tuesday, October 15 and Wednesday, October 16.