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Attend CSC 2024

North America's Premier Canid Science Conference

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Thank you to our sponsors!

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U Washington

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Colgate U

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Canine Science Collaboratory

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Nestlé Purina

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Travel Info

All the info you need for smooth Seattle travels.

Presenters

Oral presentation slots will be 15 minutes long. Presenters should plan on talking for ten minutes followed by five minutes of discussion. Slides should be prepared in PowerPoint format and uploaded to the conference computer in the morning of the day the presentation is scheduled. Please review the conference schedule to learn your placement.

For poster presenters, we will be using two-sided poster boards that are 4 feet high by 8 feet wide (120 by 240 cm), and there will be two posters on each side. This means that you should have posters not exceeding 4' (120 cm) in width to prevent overlap. They can be a little higher than 4' if need be, but that will mean that they will hang down over the poster stand's lower edge, so it may also be advisable to keep them at 4'/120 cm height. Push pins to attach your posters will be provided. Upon arrival, you will find numbered labels attached to each board; these labels reference each presenters poster number. Please refer to the Conference Schedule to find your poster number.

Posters should be put up in the morning of Friday 6/21 and taken down by the end of the conference on Sunday 6/23. Presenters should plan to be present to discuss their posters during the poster sessions starting at 5:00 pm Friday and Saturday.

Registration

Canine Science Conference 2024
Canine Science Conference 2024
8 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Jun 21, 2024, 8:00 AM PDT
Seattle
The canid conference of the year. You’re not going to want to miss the opportunity to meet some of the most respected figures in all fields of canine science.
Dr. Laura Prugh

Dr. Laura Prugh

Associate Professor of Quantitative Wildlife Sciences;
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington

Dr. Jaume Fatjó

Dr. Jaume Fatjó

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine | Chair at Autonomous University of Barcelona

Dr. Matt Kaeberlein

Dr. Matt Kaeberlein

Chief Science Officer at Optispan, Inc., Affiliate Professor of Oral Health Sciences at the University of Washington, and Co-Director of the Dog Aging Project.

Dr. Elizabeth Head

Dr. Elizabeth Head

UCI Professor, Vice Chair for Research; Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Director, Experimental Pathology Program

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