Meetings

Previous Symposia

Since 2010, the Society has had a symposium every 2 years at a location that varies worldwide. The 1st Symposium of ISCAID took place in September 2010, in Toulouse, France, and consisted of a pre-congress (ISCAID) day followed by a Congress day in conjunction with the European Society for Veterinary Internal Medicine (ESVIM) program. The following symposia were 2.5-day meetings held in the fall.

Locations have been San Francisco, California (November 14-17, 2012); Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada [October 19-22, 2014; also the first meeting to be held in conjunction with the International Feline Retrovirus Research Symposium (IFRRS)]; Bristol, England (October 16-19, 2016); and Portland, Oregon (September 30 to October 3, 2018).

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our plans for the 2020 in-person symposium were replaced by our first virtual ISCAID Symposium (September 10-11, 2020).

The 6th symposium was held at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, UK from September 4-7, 2022.

ISCAID also organizes specialty tracks at the annual ACVIM Forum and ECVIM-CA Congress in coordination with these specialty colleges.


Past Proceedings

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Attendees at the 2022 ISCAID Symposium held at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, Scotland.

Attendees at the 2022 ISCAID Symposium held at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, Scotland.

Winner of the IDEXX/ISCAID poster abstract award, Evelyne Kuhlmeier (right) from the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich with ISCAID President, Jonathan Dear (left). Dr. Kuhlmeier’s abstract was entitled ‘Detection, Molecular Characterization of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant and Specific Immune Response in Companion Animals’

Winner of the IDEXX/ISCAID poster abstract award, Evelyne Kuhlmeier (right) from the Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich with ISCAID President, Jonathan Dear (left). Dr. Kuhlmeier’s abstract was entitled ‘Detection, Molecular Characterization of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant and Specific Immune Response in Companion Animals’

Winner of the IDEXX/ISCAID oral abstract award, Sally Coggins (left) from the University of Sydney with ISCAID President, Jonathan Dear (right). Dr. Coggins’ abstract was entitled ‘Feline Infectious Peritonitis Treatment with Compounded Parenteral Remdesivir and/or Oral GS-442524’

Winner of the IDEXX/ISCAID oral abstract award, Sally Coggins (right) from the University of Sydney with ISCAID President, Jonathan Dear (left). Dr. Coggins’ abstract was entitled ‘Feline Infectious Peritonitis Treatment with Compounded Parenteral Remdesivir and/or Oral GS-442524’