Welcome to the Association of Primate Veterinarians!
Thank you for visiting our website! Please take the time to explore the site to learn more about our organization, access valuable educational resources and APV guidelines, peruse the membership directory, search for career opportunities, or navigate the links to relevant resources and sister organizations. If you are looking to join APV, please select the “Join” tab above to access the membership application.
Future Leaders, Please Apply!
Are you interested in serving APV? Now is your chance! The APV officer positions available for the 2014 elections are:
This position requires a four year (2015-2018) commitment to serve through Past President and requires provision of leadership and vision for APV, attendance at workshops, planning and attending BOD meetings at workshops, planning and participation in bimonthly and other teleconferences, planning of the 2016 workshop, and active service on standing committees, as required.
Trustees (two positions available)
This position requires a two-year (2015-2016) commitment, and requires attendance at BOD meetings at the workshop, participation in bimonthly teleconferences, and active service on standing committees, as assigned.
This position requires a minimum two-year (2015-2016) commitment, and includes attendance at BOD meetings at workshops, planning and participation in bimonthly teleconferences, and recording minutes as permanent records of business meetings. Service to standing committees may also be required.
All nominations are due April 15. Nominees will be announced May 1 and electronic elections will take place in June. To submit a nominee or for further information about the process or positions, please contact CJ Doane at email@example.com. Nominees must submit a candidate template form.
NHP Ultrasound Imaging Workshop Planned for March 19-21, 2014
On March 19-21, 2014 the Michale Keeling Center for Comparative Medicine & Research in Bastrop,Texas will once again host the APV Nonhuman Primate Ultrasound Imaging Workshop. The focus for the 2014 Workshop will be cardiovascular Ultrasound, but will also include a review of theory and basic technique. Both wet labs and lectures will be included, with a faculty of experts in the field and the opportunity to try the latest in ultrasound equipment tailored for use in nonhuman primates. Equipment vendors will be on hand to answer questions. Keep watch for additional details and registration information. If you have any questions contact Pablo Morales, Rusty Brady, or LaVonne Meunier.
APV on Social Media
Follow us on Twitter! @APVets
Request to join our group on LinkedIn by searching for “Association of Primate Veterinarians.” This group is limited to APV members or sponsors.
- Be sure to “like” us on Facebook! Visit https://www.facebook.com/APVets to find our page.