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Multi-species approach to LAPAROSCOPY & ENDOSCOPY assisted reproductive procedures

Date:  6th December 2019

Time: from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Venue: Sharjah Equestrian and Racing Club, Sharjah, UAE

Audience: Equine, Ruminants and Exotics/Wildlife - Veterinarian

Price: AED 200

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Keynote Speakers;

Dr Guy Delhomme, IMV Technologies, France

Dr Peter Wiemer, Lingehoeve Dgk, The Netherlands

Dr Urban Besenfelder, VetMedUni

Dr Julián Santiago-Moreno, INIA Madrid, Spain

Professor Twink Allen, Sharjah Equine Hospital

Dr Florencia Rigali, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

Dr Mahmoud Salama, Sh. Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum farm

Dr Mieke de Rijck, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

Dr Sandra Wilsher, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

Emma A. Gómez, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Spain.

Dr Clara Malo, Camel Reproduction Centre, UAE

Dr Nisar Ahamad Wani,Scientific Director, Reproductive Biotechnology Centre, Dubai

Dr Cyriel Ververs, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

Dr Chris Lloyd, 2feet4paws, UAE

Dr Ana Salbany, Atlantis The Palm, UAE

Dr Barbara Arca Ruibal, Al Aseefa Falcon Hospital, UAE

 

 

Agenda

- 8.00 -8.30: Registration

- 8.30-8.35: Welcome and introduction by the chairman. 

Chairman of the day: Professor Twink Allen, Sharjah Equine Hospital 

- 8.35-9.20: “Semen processing and laparoscopic insemination in sheep” 

Presented by: Dr Guy Delhomme, IMV Technologies, France

 

- 9.20-9.40: “The challenges of recovering the largest cell in the body -the oocyte- from different species” 

Presented by: Dr Florencia Rigali, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

 

- 9.40-10.00: “Implementing laparoscopy-assisted techniques in a breeding programme for small ruminants in the UAE”

Presented by: Dr Mahmoud Salama, Sh. Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum farm

 

- 10.00-10.30: Coffee break

 

- 10.30-11.15: “Equine laparoscopy in the field of reproduction; what are the benefits and limitations” 

Presented by: Dr Peter Wiemer, Lingehoeve Dgk, The Netherlands

 

- 11.15-11.35: “Uterine endoscopy in the horse”

Presented by: Dr Mieke de Rijck, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

 

- 11.35-12.00: “Intraperitoneal insemination: Is it possible in the horse?”

Presented by: Dr Sandra Wilsher, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

 

- 12.00-13.00: Lunch 

 

- 13.00-13.40: “Endoscopic access to the oviduct in different species”

Presented by: Dr Urban Besenfelder, (BOKU) Agriculture University

 

- 13.40-14.00: “Uses of endoscopy in human reproduction: What can we learn from human practice?”

Presented by: Emma A. Gómez, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Spain.

 

- 14.00-14.20: “Challenges with camel semen quality; could endoscopic- or laparoscopic-assisted insemination offer solutions?”

Presented by: Dr Clara Malo, Camel Reproduction Centre, UAE

 

-14.20-14.40: “Assisted reproduction in camels: What is the current status and what are the future challenges”

Presented by: Dr Nisar Ahamad Wani,Scientific Director, Reproductive Biotechnology Centre, Dubai

 

- 14.40-15.00: Coffee break

 

- 15.00-15.40: “The use of laparoscopy and reproductive technologies in the conservation of threatened wild ruminants”

Presented by: Dr Julián Santiago-Moreno, INIA Madrid, Spain

 

- 15.40-16.00: “Semen collection and endoscopic artificial insemination in large felids”

Presented by: Dr Cyriel Ververs, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

 

- 16.00-16.20: “Laparoscopic Ovari(hyster)ectomy in large felids”

Presented by: Dr Chris Lloyd, 2feet4paws, UAE

 

- 16.20-16.40: “Endoscopy for reproductive purposes in dolphins”

Presented by: Dr Ana Salbany, Atlantis The Palm, UAE

 

- 16.40-17.00: “Avian endoscopy” 

Presented by: Dr Barbara Arca Ruibal, Al Aseefa Falcon Hospital, UAE

 

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