Join Us for the VOS 2018 Conference!

VOS 2018 Conference
March 10-17, 2018
Snowmass Village, Colorado

Join us in 2018 in Snowmass Village! Online conference registration is now open at the VOS Store.

 

We also have opened reservations for lodging, lift tickets, and other transportation needs. To receive a discount on your registration, you must reserve your lodging with Ski.com.

For travel questions, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of Ski.com, at penny.smith@ski.com or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.


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Register for the Biologics Lab Hosted by Arthrex

2018 VOS Biologics Lab, Hosted by Arthrex Vet Systems
Monday, March 12, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Snowmass Westin Hotel and Conference Center

The Biologics Course (sponsored by Arthrex Vet Systems) will summarize current research on canine platelet-rich plasma (PRP) preparation, activation, and evidence for clinical application in dogs. Participants will obtain hands-on practice preparing PRP using both the ACP and ANGEL PRP preparation systems and will also practice activating PRP using clinically-applicable activation protocols. In addition, participants will get to practice ultrasound guided injections on canine cadaveric limbs after receiving mini lectures introducing the basics of musculoskeletal ultrasound using the new Synergy Musculoskeletal Wireless Ultrasound System.

 

Conference Details

To learn more about the conference schedule, please see the conference program (updated 1/17/18).

 

 

 

 

 

To learn more about registration and accommodations, read the VOS 2018 Conference brochure.

For questions or travel reservations, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of Ski.com, at penny.smith@ski.com or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.

More information about the VOS 2018 conference will be posted in the months ahead.

 

 

2018 Jacques Jenny Lecturer

Dr. Scott Banks is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida. Although you may not initially make the leap to veterinary orthopedics based on his department, he has been active in veterinary and human orthopedic research his entire career. Scott's research interests include joint biomechanics in animals and people in the healthy, diseased, and replaced states. His lectures in 2018 will likely include topics including radiographic measurement of dynamic skeletal motion, robotics in the operating room, and comparing human and dog knees. Scott has attended the VOS meeting in years past so he is familiar with the format and comradery of our scientific sessions.         

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