September 01, 2007
From Opening Session to a series of special meetings, the one-health concept was an overarching theme throughout the 144th AVMA Annual Convention, held July 14-18 in Washington, D.C.
Windows on Washington - Who's Who at the 144th AVMA Annual Convention
- HOD to begin holding two regular sessions - September 1, 2007
- Passing workforce expansion bill Hammer's top priority - September 1, 2007
- AVMA budget impacts halls of Congress to clinical practices - September 1, 2007
- AVMA delegates elect Cook, Hendrix to key posts - September 1, 2007
- The votes are in for AVMA councils and HAC - September 1, 2007
- Corry and Brown throw hats into ring - September 1, 2007
- Opening Session illustrates global health interconnections - September 1, 2007
- Veterinarian, physician collaboration focus of AVMA convention - September 1, 2007
- Members of one-health task force named - September 1, 2007
- Board makes appointments - September 1, 2007
- Lands' End plus AVMA equal savings for members - September 1, 2007
- Panels reflect on recalls of pet food - September 1, 2007
APHIS names acting administrator Printer-friendly version The Department of Agriculture has appointed Cindy Smith as acting administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Smith is acting as a replacement for Dr. W. Ron DeHaven, who retired from APHIS Aug. 3 after 28 years with the service. He had served as the administrator since 2004. On Aug. 9, Dr. DeHaven joined the AVMA staff as the new executive vice president. Smith began her career with APHIS in 1979. Later, she earned her bachelor's degree in microbiology and a master's degree in business management from the University of Maryland. Smith has held positions in APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine and APHIS Wildlife Services, including associate deputy administrator ...
More than 350 veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and guests gathered in Alabama's Orange Beach, June 28-July 1, to celebrate the Alabama VMA's 100th Annual Convention.