Philip R. FoxDVM, MSc, DACVIM and DECVIM (Cardiology), DACVECC

Dr. Philip Fox is certified by the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the American Collagen of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. He is also Director of the Caspary Research Institute of the Animal Medical Center, Director of Educational Outreach, and Head of Cardiology. He received a BS degree from Marietta Ohio, and MSc and DVM degrees from the Ohio State University. He completed an internship in medicine and surgery, as well as a cardiology residency, at the Animal Medical Center in NY City. Dr. Fox is a well-recognized international speaker, has given more than 1000 hours of continuing education lecture, and has received numerous honors including awards including TNAVC Speaker of the Year, an award from the Ohio State University as Distinguished Alumnus, an award of merit bestowed by the City of NY for work done with search and rescue dogs during 9/11, and a lifetime achievement award by the ECVIM. He has published extensively including two cardiology textbooks, more than 175 peer-reviewed journal articles and scientific abstracts, and has been a co-founding editor of The Journal of Veterinary Cardiology and for Seminars in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (Small Animal). Research interests include congestive heart failure, feline and canine cardiomyopathies, evidence based medicine, and cardiovascular pathology.

Sep 28
8:15-9:05 The History and Physical Examination. Best Kept Secrets Revealed (Part I)
9:10-10:00 Effective Techniques to Improve Your Physical Examination (PART II)
10:40-11:30 Feline Cardiomyopathy: How to Diagnose And Manage
11:35-12:25 What is New in Arterial and Pulmonary Thromboembolism
Sep 29
8:15-9:05/9:10-10:00 Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs and Cats With Cough And Dyspnea (Radiography, Ct, Echocardiography) Part I & II
10:40-11:30 New Strategies to Diagnose, Stage,?and Successfully Treat Canine Heart Disease
11:35-12:25 New Epidemiologic Findings- Causes & Risks for Cardiac and Noncardiac Death