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The European College of Veterinary Pathologists was established in 1995 to advance veterinary pathology and promote high standards within the specialty in Europe. The European College of Veterinary Pathologists represents an organised effort to establish criteria for training and experience to qualify as a specialist in veterinary pathology. The organisation encourages veterinarians entering veterinary pathology to acquire training and competence based on approved standards.

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  • JVDI call for submissions on Lagomorph disease investigations

    JVDI call for submissions on Lagomorph disease investigations

    We are inviting submissions to a JVDI special section on Lagomorph disease investigations to be guest edited by Drs. Javier Asin, CAHFS, UCDavis; Denise Imai-Leonard, Comparative Pathology Laboratory, UCDavis; and Fábio Abade dos Santos, National […]

     
  • Innovation and new technologies Taskforce : Mission & Webinars

    Innovation and new technologies Taskforce : Mission & Webinars

    Upcoming webinars   Τhe task force mission Accelerate the transition to veterinary pathologist 2.0 Getting new generations of veterinary pathologists “digitally” ready Increase the exchange between pathologists and other specialists working with digital pathology (hardware […]

     
  • Veterinary Pathology: Announcing “Diagnostic Challenge in Veterinary Pathology”.   

    Veterinary Pathology: Announcing “Diagnostic Challenge in Veterinary Pathology”.   

    Dear colleagues, Over the years many of us have enjoyed “Diagnostic Exercises” in the journal Veterinary Pathology, designed to inform readers about conditions not often encountered by veterinary pathologists in the diagnostic routine or to […]

     
  • European Forensic Veterinary Pathology Comes of Age

    European Forensic Veterinary Pathology Comes of Age

    The CFVP Steering Group just published a commentary about the increasing importance of forensic veterinary pathology in Europe. Please find the full article on website of the Journal of Comparative Pathology: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0021997520300955 Find here more […]

     
 

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