Dr. Dana Varble: October 13, 2020


Learn the latest news and technological advancements and how they impact our pets

World’s leading experts in veterinary medicine to converge for Veterinary Meeting & Expo 2021 in person and, for the first time, virtually!



Chief Veterinary Officer, The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC)


COVID-19 has changed the way the world operates and has affected the way veterinary medicine is practiced. Like other medical professionals, veterinarians have had to pivot to curbside visits, telemedicine, and adhere to social distancing guidelines when assessing a patient’s health.


This will be one of many timely topics at NAVC’s annual Veterinary Meeting & Expo (VMX) 2021, the industry’s largest global conference. VMX 2021 will take place January 16-20 Live in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center and, for the first time, virtually anywhere through the new VMX Virtual platform, featuring interactive learning sessions and a unique 3D Expo Hall experience.


VMX provides the forum for veterinarians worldwide to learn and stay abreast of advances in animal medicine that are helping our pets live longer, better quality lives. Veterinary professionals will learn from the world’s most renown veterinary leaders on a wide range of topics including: cardiology; cancer diagnosis and treatment; acupuncture; caring for geriatric horses; neurological emergencies; tackling behavior challenges; medical marijuana and pets; how to conduct ultrasound exams on reptiles, and more.


On October 13, Dr. Dana Varble of the NAVC will be available for interviews. She will discuss veterinary medicine during the age of COVID-19, advancements in technology, what to expect from VMX 2021 and discuss the unique features and benefits of the event’s first-ever virtual platform.



For more information please visit: www.NAVC.com  




Dana Varble, DVM, has practiced clinical medicine in exotic pet, small animal general practice and emergency medicine and continues to serve as an associate veterinarian on a limited basis for Chicago Exotics Animal Hospital in Skokie Illinois and as a relief veterinarian for emergency services. She has spoken locally, nationally, and internationally at conferences and seminars on herpetological and exotic animal medicine and surgery and has written several publications in the same field. Dr. Varble joined the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) in 2003, served on the board of directors from 2008 to 2014, and was the president of ARAV from 2012 to 2013. She is also a member of American Veterinary Medical Association and the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians. In January 2015, she joined NAVC as the Executive Director of ARAV and in January of 2020, she was named Chief Veterinary Officer. Dr. Varble shares her home with a mixed-up brown dog named Hannah, a large Leoberger named Kody, four ball pythons, Phil, Jake, Hickok, and Saffron and a school of cichlid fish.


PRODUCED FOR: North American Veterinary Community


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