Speaking Engagements & Media appearances – Jan-July 2017
All three of us regularly lecture at continuing education conferences for other veterinarians, present our research at scientific meetings, and speak at events for pet owners. We also frequently give interviews to the media. Here are some of our more recent speaking engagements and media appearances.
Dr. Lisa Freeman
Dr Freeman gave three lectures at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum in Washington, DC, in June. Her lectures included a research talk and two talks on nutritional management of pets with heart disease.
She also spoke on prevention and treatment of muscle loss in senior pets and nutritional support for pets with kidney disease at the North American Veterinary Conference, in Orlando, FL, in February and at the Western Veterinary Conference, in Las Vegas, NV, in March.
She also spoke at the Association for Clinical and Translational Science Annual Meeting in April in Washington, DC on the topic of One Health – human health professionals and veterinarians working together to solve health problems that affect both.
Dr Freeman was quoted in an article on vegan pet food for the New York Times and was featured in an article on health benefits of pets for the Daily Herald. She was also recently interviewed on Steve Dale’s Pet World show, although the show hasn’t yet been posted online.
Dr. Cailin Heinze
Dr. Heinze has been busy teaching veterinary students this spring, but is scheduled to speak at a meeting of the Metro New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association in September.
She wrote a popular article on the sustainability of pet food for The Conversation and was featured on The Pet Doctor podcast for PetLifeRadio.com. Dr. Heinze talked about pet food myths with Julie Rose for a segment on her live BYUradio show, Top of Mind with Julia Rose. She was also recently quoted in an article on pet food sustainability in the Washington Post.
Dr. Deborah Linder
Dr Linder was quoted recently in a New York Times Magazine article on obesity in pets.
Dr. Linder provided educational lectures to veterinarians on a variety of nutrition topics at the Central Veterinary Conferences in Virginia Beach and Kansas City this spring and was the host speaker for the New England conference for veterinarians on small animal clinical nutrition.
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