4th Latin American Congress of Veterinary Dermatology
June 13th to June 16th 2018, Merida Yucatan
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Welcome to SLDV4, the 4th Latin American Congress of Veterinary Dermatology to be held in Merida, Yucatan, capital of the Mayan World from June 13th to June 16th, 2018!
We are very happy to announce this Congress, and with the support of the WAVD, World Association of Veterinary Dermatology we have an ambitious plan to gather more than 1000 veterinaries and to impulse their careers into this 4 days full of activities.
The Executive Organizing Committee has already started to work and prepare an attractive and innovative program, with outstanding social events, educational sessions and conferences with experts in modern subjects to apply to our patients. At the same time we will have cultural activities to know the amazing places in Merida and Yucatan Peninsula, mixing the culture around us with a professional environment.
Merida is a beautiful city with Mayan roots and sober colonial monuments. Its construction from the end of the XIX century, have made Merida a captivating mix of cultural influences, Merida is also known as: white city, because of its clean streets and buildings.
The city was founded in 1542, by Francisco de Montejo, over the remains of an ancient maya city called Ichcaanziho or T-hó. Merida is considered one of the most interesting cities in Mexico because of the amount of attractions it has.
The New Congress Centre is a modern and well adapted facility (perfect for us!) located at the hotel zone of Merida, with space for more than 6,000 people and very close to the historical Paseo de Montejo Avenue.
In short, this will be a wonderful SLDV in terms of both content and ambience!
Please save the dates and make plans now to attend this exceptional event.
Dr. Alberto Martín Cordero
President of the Latin-american Congress of Veterinaty Dermatology 2018
Merida, Abril 2016
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The 4th Latin-american Congress of Veterinary Dermatology is organized under the auspices of the World Association for Veterinary Dermatology.