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Learn about the transformative science of gut microbiome and empower positive change


Day 1 Lectures

  • Opportunities from the human microbiome and Human Microbiome Project in veterinary science

    Speaker:
    Curtis Huttenhower

  • Relevance of carbohydrate and protein fermentation on gut health

    Speaker:
    Megan Shepherd

  • Assessment of the intestinal microbiome

    Speaker:
    Jan Suchodolski

  • Microbiome research at Hill’s Pet Nutrition: Past, present, and future

    Speaker:
    Jennifer Radosevich

  • The power of microbiome: Feline constipation

    Speaker:
    Susan Little

  • The irresistible magic of story

    Speaker:
    Jessica Vogelsang

  • The Big Benefits of a Social Media Savvy Team

    Speaker:
    Danielle K. Lambert

  • Social media hacks for the modern vet

    Speaker:
    Caitlin DeWilde

  • Live session: Tips and tricks to be a social media wizard

    Speaker:
    All social media speakers

  • Afternoon Speaker Panel Discussion -- Moderator

    Speaker:
    All speakers

On-demand Webinars

  • ENGLISH
    Chronic Diarrhoea - Tips + Tricks to Resolve Lingering Problems

    Speaker:
    Dr Clint Yudelman
    Registered Specialist in Small Animal Medicine

  • ENGLISH
    Liver Disease – Investigation and Dietary Considerations

    Speaker:
    Dr Elizabeth Dill-Macky
    BVSc MANZCVS DACVIM-SAIM

  • THAI
    Dietary Management of Chronic Diarrhea in Small Animals

    Speaker:
    Dr Siram Suvarnavibhaja DVM MS DTBVM
    Department of Veterinary Medicine,
    Faculty of Veterinary Science,
    Chulalongkorn University

  • JAPANESE
    Understanding in 35 minutes! The world of microbiome~How does it change with digestive diseases, probiotics and dietary fiber?

    Speaker:
    Dr Akihiro Mori

Day 2 Lectures

  • Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) in Human Patients: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

    Speaker:
    John DiBaise

  • Gut dysbiosis in dogs and cats

    Speaker:
    Nick Cave

  • Prebiotic and probiotic therapies for gut dysbiosis in humans

    Speaker:
    Kelly Tappenden

  • Interventions to modulate gut microbiome in veterinary patients

    Speaker:
    Stanley Marks

  • Harnessing the power of nutrition to improve gut health in adult cats and dogs

    Speaker:
    Susan Wernimont

  • Results of using a novel nutritional solution for management of canine chronic colitis

    Speaker:
    Dana Hutchinson

  • The gut-kidney axis

    Speaker:
    Jan Suchodolski

  • The gut-brain axis

    Speaker:
    Professor Caroline Mansfield

  • Gut microbiome and obesity/DM

    Speaker:
    Joseph Bartges

  • Practical communication tips for partnering with clients in framing their nutrition truths

    Speaker:
    Jason Coe

  • Live Session: IDEAS: Role plays - hire actreses to play different type of clients. OR present real case scenarios.

    Speaker:
    Jason Coe

This year, Hill's Pet Nutrition is proud to be supporting the Iqaluit Humane Society with our live-stream fundraising efforts.
The Iqaluit Humane Society is a dedicated and compassionate group of volunteers working every day to protect and enhance the quality of life of animals in Iqaluit and from many Nunavut communities. This is Nunavut's first and only animal shelter, providing shelter, care and finding forever homes for dogs and cats in this remote area of northern Canada.

Hill's will donate $1 for every live-stream attendee to the Iqaluit Humane Society to support their continued efforts to enrich the lives of domestic animals and people through re-homing services, medical care, education and advocacy for the prevention of cruelty to animals in the Territory of Nunavut.

Please join us on the live stream for some world-class continuing education and to raise funds for this very worthy cause!