When Dr. Michelle Hawkins of the Companion Exotic Animal Medicine & Surgery Service of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine expressed interest in an encore presentation of the Grey Parrot Anatomy Project for veterinary medical students, Dr. M. Scott Echols and LafeberVet were happy to oblige.
Veterinary medical educators (in appropriate time zones) and their students were invited to attend this free, interactive, web-based seminar featuring incredible avian anatomy images, video clips that enhance our understanding of anatomy, and an exciting research update.
Thoroughly depressing webinar – I used to think I knew something about avian anatomy, and now I realise just how much I don’t know and how much more I have to learn! ☺
…Brilliant images, brilliant work. I can’t wait to see the avalanche of papers that come out of this project…Thanks to everyone for a well-presented webinar. –Bob Doneley, VSc FANZCVS (Avian Medicine) CMAVA Registered Specialist in Bird Medicine; Associate Professor, Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine University of Queensland
In 2014, Lafeber Company made a contribution to the Grey Parrot Anatomy Project. Click here to make a donation to this worthy project today.
Just a sample of the many video clips featured in the webinar recording above:
Video 1. Computed tomography of a parrot skull
Video 2. Palatine luxation lateral cutaway in a macaw
Video 3. Magnetic resonance imaging (T2) of a grey parrot
Video 4. Myocyte mapping of a parrot heart
Echols MS. Grey parrot anatomy project veterinary webinar. December 4, 2014. LafeberVet Web site. Available at https://lafeber.com/vet/grey-parrot-anatomy-project-veterinary-webinar/