New Study Recruiting Samples and Information about Australian Border Collies!

An exciting new study is underway at the University of Sydney. 

For further details look under Clinical Trials in the Chapter Repository!

Science Week Abstract NOW AVAILABLE!

Oncology Abstract now available

Looking forward to science week?

Visit the Oncology Chapter Repository NOW to get a sneak peak with abstracts from our presenters.

Have you ever wanted to find a veterinary oncologist in Australia?

If you have ever wondered who is a board certified veterinary oncologist and where they practice in Australia then head to our repository page.

There you will find all veterinary oncologists listed by the state they work in and their area of expertise. 

Oncology Clinical Trials

Did you know?

Members of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists are actively involved in clinical research. This research aims to improve the quality of life and outcome of pets with cancer. Across the globe veterinary oncologists are partnering with colleagues in the human cancer research due to the increased recognition that studying pets with cancer can lead to improved treatments and outcomes for humans!

For more information about current clinical trials and Australian Veterinary groups involved in cancer research please visit out Chapter Repository Page. 

Dr. Philip Bergman to present at Science Week 6 July - 8 July 2017

We are excited to announce that Dr. Philip Bergman DVM, MS, PhD,  will be joining us at Science Week 2017!

Dr. Bergman is the Director of Clinical Studies for Veterinary Centers of America. He is the principal veterinary investigator for the recently fully licensed canine melanoma vaccine (Oncept). Dr. Bergman is an adjunct faculty member of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Prior to Dr. Bergman joining VCA, he served as the Chief Medical Officer for BrightHeart Veterinary Centers from July 2007 to August 2011; from 1999 to June 2007 he was the head of the Donaldson-Atwood Cancer Center at AMC. After finishing veterinary school from Colorado State in 1990, he was an intern at Kansas State (90-91) and returned to CSU for his medical oncology residency (91-94) and then completed a PhD Fellowship in human cancer biology from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston (94-99). He was previously Chair of the ACVIM Board of Regents and President of the Veterinary Cancer Society.

Dr. Bergman is a wonderful speaker and his presentations are sure to entertain and educate!