Register for the 2024 Mexican Equine Veterinary Congress  
The annual event takes place Feb. 21-23 in Guadalajara and features a wide variety of speakers and topics.
Guadalajara, Mexico, the location of the 2024 Mexican Equine Veterinary Congress
The Guadalajara Cathedral and the Municipal Palace in Jalisco State, Mexico | Getty Images

The Mexican Association of Equine Veterinary Doctors (AMMVEE) is hosting the 45th edition of its annual congress Feb. 21-23, 2024, in Guadalajara, Jalisco. The event will take place at the Hotel Presidente Intercontinental and features three days of presentations on a variety of topics. Speakers and topics include: 

  • Laryngeal Ultrasound – Dr. Katherine Garrett 
  • Dermatology – Drs. Stephen White, Juan Carlos Tinoco Magaña, and Maria Amelia Lizcano Mata 
  • Veterinary Practice Management and Profitability – José Luis Villaluenga, Dr. Jesús Ricardo Aké Villanueva 
  • Respiratory, Surgery – Drs. Claude Ragle, Antonio Cruz, and Rames Salcedo 
  • Respiratory, Internal Medicine – Drs. Macarena Sanz and Oscar Daniel Ornelas Casillas 
  • Anesthesia – Drs. Zazil Ku, Enrique Nuñez, and Martin Suárez 
  • Musculoskeletal – Drs. Antonio Cruz, Rames Salcedo, José Casillas, Maria Masri Daba, and Jesús Valdez Miranda 
  • Podiatry – Drs. Raúl Bras and Stephen O’Grady 
  • Ophthalmology – Drs. Aytzee Piñon and Amelia Lizcano Mata 

Practitioners and veterinary students can view the program for the 2024 Mexican Equine Veterinary Congress in its entirety and register to attend on the Congress website

The host state of Jalisco is recognized worldwide for its rich cultural heritage, vibrant arts scene, influence on mariachi music, and prominent technology industry. The city of Guadalajara is famous for its colonial architecture, historic cathedral, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality, making it an attractive destination and an important center for innovation and tourism in Mexico. 

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