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Tue, Feb 13


Far Western Tavern

Equine Reproduction Spotlight

Equine Reproduction Spotlight: In Vitro Fertilization – What is available, success rates, process of aspiration, IVF compared to ET and what happens in the ICSI lab.

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Equine Reproduction Spotlight
Equine Reproduction Spotlight

Time & Location

Feb 13, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Far Western Tavern, 300 E Clark Ave, Orcutt, CA 93455, USA

About the Event

Join us as Lisa Metcalf, MS, DVM, DACVT and Etta Bradecamp, DVM, DACVP (Rood and Riddle) discuss the latest in In Vitro Fertilization

Oocyte aspiration and the in vitro production of embryos: dollars and sense?

This evening lecture will touch on the nuts and bolts of building oocyte aspiration into practice, costs compared to embryo transfer, and rates of success of in-vitro embryo production and pregnancy.  

Dr Lisa Metcalf is the owner of Honahlee, PC, a clinical equine reproductive practice that she built and ran for 30 years until 2018, and since 2011, an equine IVF practice located in a human OB GYN Fertility department of Oregon Health Science and University in Portland Oregon. She received her DVM degree from The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and her MS in Endocrinology from UC Davis. Dr Metcalf is board-certified in theriogenology. Devoted during her entire career to the AAEP, she has had the pleasure of serving on its reproduction, abstract review, educational programs, scope of practice, research, disaster, foundation advisory, finance committees, as well its board of directors and executive council.

Both a researcher and a clinician, spanning both academic and clinical appointments, she has authored and published more than 35 peer-reviewed journal articles and more than 10 text book chapters on many areas of interest in equine reproduction.

Where:  Far Western Tavern  300 E Clark Avenue, Orcutt

When:  Tuesday February 13th

                Happy Hour:  6:30pm

                Dinner & Presentation:  7:00pm

CE:  1 hour of CE 

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