VMX 2024 to Feature World-Renowned Veterinary Presenters and the Latest in Disease Management and Diagnostics for Animals of All Kinds


Breakthrough drugs that can save the lives of thousands of diabetic cats, new approaches to help veterinarians and pet owners recognize and treat illnesses unique to French bulldogs, and how to better care for bearded dragons, America’s most popular pet reptile, are just a sample of the more than 800 continuing education sessions that will be offered at the 41st annual Veterinary Meeting & Expo (VMX).

Presented by the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC), VMX is the largest global veterinary conference and sets the direction each year for the $104 billion animal health industry. This forum for the latest advances and innovations in animal health will be held January 13 -17, 2024 in Orlando, Florida.

“VMX is the world’s most comprehensive veterinary conference. As the first veterinary conference of the year, it is where remarkable advances are announced and the newest lifesaving techniques are presented,” said Dana Varble, DVM, CAE and NAVC Chief Veterinary Officer. “The global conference attracts the most distinguished veterinary leaders who will share and teach exciting breakthroughs taking place today across the industry. VMX 2024 will look at new medications, many designed specifically for animals, and how technology is transforming how we diagnose and treat animals. It’s a very exciting and promising time to be in veterinary medicine.”

Set to a veterinary-style World’s Fair backdrop, this year’s “Show of Shows” theme will offer attendees more than 1,000 hours of continuing education and feature exhibits on the latest in animal healthcare products and diagnostics from more than 600 companies and organizations from around the world in the award-winning VMX Expo Hall. The Expo Hall will also feature headlining entertainment, events and activities, including a carousel, a live miniature horse and carnival games.


Source: VMX


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