Saratoga Springs, NY
Dr. Julia Gloviczki completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Vermont, followed by a Master’s degree at the UC Davis, and then graduated from Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She has been with Rood & Riddle Saratoga for over 4 years as an Ambulatory Veterinarian and her clinical interests include lameness and all aspects of sport medicine and management. Dr. Gloviczki enjoys riding horses and has competed up through the intermediate level of eventing.
Oklahoma City, OK
Dr. Craig is an equine technical services veterinarian with Merck Animal Health & author for The Horse. In his professional career prior to joining Merck Animal Health, Dr. Craig owned and operated a private equine veterinary practice for six years before joining the Lazy E Ranch in 2005. At the Lazy E, he served as the head veterinarian for the broodmares, stallions, and young horses at the ranch for six years. Craig’s areas of focus include herd health, lameness/sports medicine, and reproduction.
Territory Manager, Social Media Coordinator, PulseVet
Liz was born and raised in Camden, Delaware and started riding horses at age five. A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Liz was a four-year member for the UK Equestrian Team, a regional qualifier and a senior team captain. She has interned at the Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center located at the Kentucky Horse Park, re-schooling Off The Track Thoroughbreds. Liz’s experience also includes working in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry as a sales representative, where she excelled at offering exceptional customer service to her equine and canine clients. Her background and passion makes her a great addition to the PulseVet sales team.
RVT, Representative MinXray
Joni attended Texas State Technical College in Waco, Texas, graduating in 1978 as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Following graduation, she joined Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in the radiology section of the department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. After 5 years, she transferred to the department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery allowing her to combine her love for radiology with her passion for horses, where she spent the remainder of her professional career (26 years) teaching students the art of equine radiographic imaging and providing high quality radiographs of patients admitted to the large animal clinic of Texas A&M’s veterinary medical teaching hospital. Since 2017, she has been employed by MinXray Inc. as a lecturer and laboratory instructor for radiation safety and imaging techniques as well as sales consultant. She has presented numerous lectures on radiographic imaging at the local, state, and national level.
9:00A – 4:30P
The Saratoga Hilton
Dr. Mark Baus
Dr. Mike Pownall
8:00A – 8:30A
Coffee, breakfast and snacks will be served during Registration
8:30A – 12:30P
RLT Laser Lab
9:30A – 11:30A
Instructor: Dr. Julia Gloviczki
11:30A – 12:00P
This concludes the AAEVT’s wet lab day!
You are welcome to join the DVM’s at the Fairgrounds for the NEAEP Wet Labs: Lameness, Podiatry, Internal Medicine as a Spectator (or possibly even as an Assistant!) if you would like.
The NEAEP will welcome our attendees to all of their social events and the conference exhibit hall.
NOTE: NEAEP Symposium Lectures begin Thursday, Sept. 25 and are a separate registration fee. (Discount for AAEVT members)
To register, visit www.theneaep.com/symposium-2020
The Saratoga Hilton